Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Archive Curator: Post-1968 Contemporary British Art. Tate. Open until 29 January 2010

Employer: Tate
Job Title: Archive Curator: Post-1968 Contemporary British Art
Department: Library and Archive
Location: Millbank, Central London
Salary: £27,150 + benefits
Contract Type: Permanent

A unique opportunity has arisen to help acquire, catalogue and disseminate paper-based and born-digital archives from British artists and institutions active after 1968. Tate Archive is part of the world’s largest repository of British art from 1900, housed in the Hyman Kreitman Reading Rooms at Tate Britain.
You will have a degree and post-graduate qualification in Archive Administration or equivalent and relevant subject knowledge in British art from this period, as well as experience of acquiring, preserving and making more widely accessible personal and/or institutional archives.
You will be joining a small, enthusiastic and friendly team of Archivists, all of whom participate in the delivery of research services to Tate staff and external researchers in the Reading Rooms at Tate Britain. You will, therefore, have good communication and interpersonal skills with experience of delivering excellent customer service.
Tate offers excellent fringe benefits and opportunities for training and development in one of the world’s foremost public galleries.
Contact Details/How to apply: For further information and to download an application pack, please visit our website at If you’re unable to access our website please email quoting ref: 9116. Closing date: 29 January 2010.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks to my colleague Tom Adami ( for the info


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