Job: Head of Exhibitions, Research and Public Programmes

Work with us to reinvent the natural history museum for the biological century in Munich.

At a time when, on the one hand, we are facing unprecedented environmental challenges, and on the other hand we are experiencing revolutionary developments in the life sciences, it is more important than ever to invite the public into a new kind of conversation about the future of life on our planet.

Nurturing human curiosity, inspiring cross-species empathy, and stimulating personal agency in response to key environmental challenges, BIOTOPIA will be a new kind of museum and forum where visitors are invited to “explore life”.

Situated in the exceptional setting of Nymphenburg Palace in Munich, adjacent to the 200 hectare Schlosspark and Munich’s botanical gardens, Biotopia: Naturkundemuseum Bayern is being developed through a major investment of €95 million from the Free State of Bavaria and additional private support, at the heart of a Bavaria-wide network of natural history museums and other key institutions focussed on environment and life sciences.

BIOTOPIA is currently seeking to identify an outstanding creative leader as BIOTOPIA’s Head of Exhibitions, Research and Public Programmes.

 

Apply by November 15, 2017 to Dr. Ulrike Rehwagen.

 

Please find more information and full description of the responsibilities and requirements in the attachment below.

 

Further information is also available on our website.

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BIOTOPIA - Naturkundemuseum Bayern

Over the next few years, BIOTOPIA - Naturkundemuseum Bayern will be developed as a 21st century museum of life sciences and the environment under the leadership of its founding director, Professor Michael John Gorman in Munich, Germany. BIOTOPIA will take a bold new approach to engaging people with some of the most critical issues of our time. It aims to become a world-class destination for the understanding and appreciation of nature, the promotion of science communication and the dialogue between art and science.

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