JOB: Museum Technical Curator, Royal Signals Museum, UK

The Royal Signals Museum tells the story of military signalling through the ages from visual
signalling to modern digital battlefield communications and information technology. Located
within the Royal Signals training facility at Blandford Camp in Dorset, the Museum is open
to the general public and plays an important role in the lives of serving and retired military
personnel.  The Collection includes Main, Reserve, Loan and Handling Collections.  There
is an extensive Archive covering all aspects of military signalling and matters relating to the
Royal Corps of Signals and its antecedents.  
The Museum has a small team of staff and volunteers who work well together.
This is a new post and will be a senior position within the Museum.  The post holder will be
responsible for the Main Collection and for using it to present an image of the Royal Signals
to the general public and serving soldiers that is consistent with the Corps’ position as a
professional body operating at the leading edge of communications technology.  The post
holder will report to the Museum Director and will work closely with the Museum Curator
(General) who is responsible for the management and care of the Museum’s Reserve and
Loan Collections.
Deadline 30 November 2015.  See for further details and to apply.

Dr Elizabeth Bruton
Co-curator / Researcher, Harry's Story: A Scientist Lost to War
Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford, Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3AZ
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