Job Opportunity – Curating for Change – Digital Consultant – DEADLINE EXTENDED

Job Opportunity - Curating for Change

Digital Consultant - Deadline Extended to 6th July

Screen South is seeking expressions of interest from Digital Consultants to research and produce detailed plans for the digital elements of the delivery phase of Curating for Change project. 

We welcome applications from D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse people and are happy to discuss support for applications if required.

Curating for Change: D/deaf and Disabled People Leading within Museums, will tackle the serious under representation of disabled people working within the museum sector through a curatorial led targeted work placement programme, peer to peer mentoring and sector wide forums.

Screen South have recently been awarded £116,400 from National Lottery Heritage Fund to undertake a development phase for the project.  Part of this development will include producing a digital engagement strategy for the delivery phase of Curating for Change.

We also would like the consultant to reflect on the digital activities that have taken place during the Covid 19 pandemic, including how best to bring people together via digital platforms as well as ways to engage audiences remotely with heritage, and embed some of this learning into the longer term strategies of the project.  This might include tools such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams or Google Hangout, reflecting on the benefits and drawbacks of these platforms. 

During this time, Accentuate has also pioneered a partnership with Hastings Contemporary to utilise a telepresence robot double   we would like to explore more ways this tool could potentially be used. The digital consultant will outline plans for how to deliver the main digital outputs for the project.

The Details

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Project Timeline

The role will run from July 2020 through to February 2021.

Deadline Extended

6th July 2020

How to apply

Applicants are required to send a CV with covering letter in which they outline how they would address the brief.