February Job Vacancies From AIM Members

Gilbert White & The Oates Collections
Gilbert White & The Oates Collections

The following are the latest vacancies from AIM member museums across the UK.

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Learning & Engagement Officer – Hogarth’s House

You will be part of the Borough’s Heritage and Arts Team which works strategically and operationally to deliver and develop culture in Hounslow. This post is a really exciting opportunity to refine, grow and deliver the learning offer at Hogarth’s House and our new learning centre and interpretation garden (opening summer 2019). Your role will include delivering the approved Heritage Lottery Fund Activity Plan for the site. If you would like an informal conversation regarding the position, please contact aretha.george@hounslow.gov.uk. Applications close 13 February and a full role description can be found in the following link (please place ‘Learning’ in search box)

Learning & Engagement Officer – Hogarth’s House

Director – Ripon Museum Trust

You will head the management team currently comprising the Volunteers and Operations Manager, the Learning and Outreach Manager, the Curator and the Marketing and Development Manager. As Director you will be responsible for overall management of operations including physical, financial and human resources.  You will work directly with the Board of Trustees and its committees: Business and Operations, People, Finance & Marketing, and Learning and Curation to provide information and ensure good governance. Applications close 15 February and a full role description can be found at:

Director – Ripon Museum Trust

Curator – Chesham Museum

Since its inception in the early 1990s the Museum has acquired a substantial archive of images, artefacts, documents and audio material. Now at an important milestone in its development, the Museum has left its former home and is actively seeking new permanent premises. While these are being sought, we are looking to recruit a volunteer Curator to help shape the new Museum for when we reopen to the public. Project-related work will be on a fee-paid basis. Applications close 15 February and a full role description can be found at:

 Curator – Chesham Museum

Learning Manager & Volunteer Co-ordinator – Boston Manor House

You will be part of the Borough’s Heritage and Arts Team which works strategically and operationally to deliver and develop culture in Hounslow. This post is a really exciting opportunity to refine, grow and deliver the learning offer for our completely refurbished Boston Manor House site (opening spring 2021) including the approved Heritage Lottery Fund Activity Plan. If you would like an informal conversation regarding the position, please contact david.stockdale@hounslow.gov.uk. Applications close 15 February and a full role description can be found in the following link (place ‘Learning Manager’ in search box)

Learning Manager & Volunteer Co-ordinator – Boston Manor House

Events and Marketing Manager – Arundells

Arundells is seeking a dynamic, part-time, Events and Marketing Manager to join our small and closely-knit team. The post holder will build upon and extend the exciting programme of small and medium scale events, administering this process from start to finish and taking responsibility for successful ‘front of house’ delivery. Arundells is one of the key tourist attractions within the beautiful and historic City of Salisbury. Lead responsibility for promoting this enjoyable and interesting heritage property to visitors from far and wide will be one of the core aspects of this job. Applications close 22 February and a full role description can be found at:

Events and Marketing Manager – Arundells

Fundraising Manager – Gilbert White & The Oates Collections

The Fundraising Manager will join Gilbert White & The Oates Collections at an exciting time of the museum’s development as we celebrate the major redevelopment project and aim to build on this success to grow supporters. We will look to this position for leadership of a new fundraising department and appropriate strategy to deliver year-on-year growth in voluntary income. We are looking for an experienced individual with a good track record in fundraising for charities, particularly in writing successful and engaging grant proposals from trusts and foundations, and of cultivating relationships with funding bodies and individuals. Applications close 24 February and a full role description can be found at:

Fundraising Manager – Gilbert White & The Oates Collections

Weddings & Events Manager – Gilbert White & The Oates Collections

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the team at Gilbert White & The Oates Collections as our wedding and special events manager. You will be responsible for the whole wedding package, from enquiry through to ceremony. This will involve, marketing, taking bookings, costing packages, raising invoices, acting as wedding co-ordinator for each wedding and providing any necessary aftercare. This role will carry responsibility for smooth running of the charity’s key events, working with the team to stage exciting and profitable larger-scale events. Please contact the duty manager for an application pack.

Weddings & Events Manager – Gilbert White & The Oates Collections

Curator – Burgh House and Hampstead Museum

The Curator at Burgh House and Hampstead Museum is responsible for Burgh House’s collection, the permanent displays, temporary exhibition programme and education and outreach work. Working as part of a small management team at Burgh House, which comprises a Director, Deputy Director and Front of House Manager, the Curator will also be closely involved with the day-to-day running of this historic building and will therefore be involved in a wide range of other tasks.  The job is perfect for an enthusiastic, motivated curator who can take this role and make it their own. Applications close 1 March and a full role description can be found at:

Curator – Burgh House and Hampstead Museum

Director Of Creative Services – SS Great Britain

In the Director of Creative Services, SS Great Britain seeks candidates with experience in marketing, digital services, interpretation, fundraising or audience engagement who have the breadth of experience and ambition to deliver the best possible experience for broad and diverse audiences.  Entrepreneurial and collaborative, they will be highly audience focussed, with a strong enthusiasm for the content and interpretation of SS Great Britain, the ship and its collections. They will be strong on both leadership and management skills, able to inspire their team to take some risks in their pursuit of an exceptional experience whether or not they come with prior museum experience.  This is a unique opportunity requiring outstanding skills, both strategically and in delivery. Applications close 6 March and a full role description can be found at:

Director Of Creative Services – SS Great Britain

Head of Communications and Audience Development – The Charleston Trust

We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated individual to lead on all of Charleston’s communications, devising and implementing a strategy and leading on all marketing campaigns for the House, Garden, exhibitions, events, shop, venue hire, restaurant and festivals. This role also includes developing our audiences and working in close consultation with the Audience Development strategy and other key Heads of department across the organisation. Applications close 25 February and a full role description can be found at:

Head of Communications and Audience Development – The Charleston Trust

Operations Manager and Visitor Experience – The Charleston Trust

We are seeking a highly organised individual with excellent customer service experience to join the busy front of house team ensuring that all of Charleston’s day to day operations are running smoothly.  This role also includes the management of a team of Guides and Volunteer House Stewards who work in the house providing tours and in-depth information about Charleston. This role also promotes, coordinates and manages group visits to the house. Applications close 26 February and a full role description can be found at:

Operations Manager and Visitor Experience – The Charleston Trust

Heritage Engineering Manager – Brooklands Museum

As Heritage Engineering Manager you will be responsible for the planning and delivery of key projects.  These will range from routine maintenance of our historic car and motorcycle collection to the development and co-ordination of preservation works on our aircraft.  You will work closely with our teams of volunteers, providing direction and ensuring all activities are carried out to the highest possible standard.  The Heritage Engineering Manager will play a vital role in the live running of key historic vehicles and aircraft, which we use to bring the site to life in a safe and enjoyable way for our visitors. Applications close 3 March and a full role description can be found at:

Heritage Engineering Manager – Brooklands Museum

Cultural Outreach Officer – Bucks County Museum

Bucks County Museum and the Bucks Cultural Partnership have a fantastic opportunity for a museum and heritage or creative industries professional with significant experience in the heritage or cultural sector working with different organisations to create meaningful partnerships and cultural offers that impact on people’s lives. Working with the Chair of the Bucks Cultural Partnership and steering committee partners, you will develop the new Bucks Cultural Strategy and work with Bucks individuals and organisations to create new opportunities to participate in and experience culture in non -traditional ways. You will have great advocacy and project management skills, along with creativity and innovation and a sound understanding of the cultural and heritage sectors. Applications close 27 February and a full role description can be found at:

Cultural Outreach Officer – Bucks County Museum

 

 

 

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