Property Curator

National Trust: Mount Stewart

Applications by: 10 July 2022

The National Trust is seeking to appoint a Property Curator. The role of Property Curator will be central in developing the vision for Mount Stewart, maintaining and enhancing the quality of presentation and interpretation, enhancing access and participation, building on existing and generating new research, and working collaboratively with all the key stakeholders. This will require energy, enthusiasm, vision, diplomacy, leadership, good art historical and history of design knowledge, conservation awareness and people management skills

What you'll be doing

We aim to improve our collections care, deepen audience engagement with our collections and interiors, and diversify the appeal of our houses and collections through the high quality and innovative research, presentation and interpretation that we deliver.

Working as part of the Property Leadership team at your property, you will help to develop the vision for the house and garden in collaboration with the other members of the property leadership team.

You'll provide leadership to the collection and house team, developing a lively and engaging house experience, delivering high quality presentation, interpretation and collections work with our consultancy teams who provide specialised expertise in geographical regions. You'll be responsible for all elements of the visitor experience programme at your property where it relates to the cultural assets within the property or portfolio.

This new role, provides a great opportunity for you to bring your expertise to help us deliver curatorial change at our internationally significant, museum quality collections at the National Trust's internationally significant historic properties. These operational roles will require the postholder to be on site regularly and are based at the properties.

Salary: £35,022 per annum.

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