The Jewish Museum Berlin is one of the outstanding institutions within the European museum landscape. Its new core exhibition that opened in 2020, its temporary exhibitions, collections, events program, and the W. Michael Blumenthal Academy, as well as its digital and educational offerings, make the museum a vibrant place for dialogue and reflection on Jewish past and present in Germany. ANOHA, The Children’s World of the Jewish Museum Berlin, tells the story of Noah’s Ark in a playful way geared towards children.

The Jewish Museum Berlin
– a German federal foundation under public law –

is looking to appoint as soon as possible

a Director of Collections (male/female/diverse)
Salary group 15 TVöD (federal government), full-time (39 hours per week), initially limited to two years (fixed-term probationary period) with the option of permanent employment thereafter.

 

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