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Species Surveillance Support Officer, National Museums NI

National Museums NI is a leading cultural institution and is responsible for ensuring that its significant collection is developed, cared for and accessible to the widest possible audience. Almost one million people enjoy our four museums each year, and through loans, research, community activity and digital programmes we engage a much wider audience than those who physically visit our museums.

Our mission

  • Developing, managing and caring for the collections

  • Playing a leading role in the economic and social wellbeing of this place

  • Making collections accessible to the widest possible audience

  • Building an organisation where people feel valued.


The post holder, building on CEDaR’s established role in environmental data capture, collation and mobilisation, will champion as part of a growing team the innovation and enhanced delivery necessary to mainstream the use, understanding and impact of such data for policy, operational and legislative delivery and reporting.


Working with others across relevant sectors, e.g., government and non-government organisations and citizens, etc., the role will result in streamlining and enhanced visibility as to how biological data is captured, collated, verified, interpreted and shared. 


Corporate Headquarters, Cultra


£30,721 - £31,352

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Generous annual leave allowance & flexi-time scheme.

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Full time

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