Project Marketing Administrator – Hollycombe Steam In The Country
Lead on the marketing of all Museum activities, including regular and special events and tours; school and group visits; venue hire and other audience development initiatives. Promote and sell the Museum as a venue for events ranging from weddings receptions and parties to business meetings and children’s birthday parties. Support the implementation of the volunteer development plan. Develop an effective internal communication strategy to include a newsletter. Applications close 14 June. Please see the full role description in the following link:
Volunteering Development Officer – Hollycombe Steam In The Country
The Volunteering Development Officer will help support the Museums volunteering strategy to increase volunteering opportunities and ensure our volunteers have a meaningful and enjoyable experience. You will be responsible for creating and help deliver a volunteering strategy for the collection that responds to need, adapts to the changing trends in volunteering, and maximises opportunities for volunteers. The post will also involve creating a training programme to upskill the volunteer body and implementing health & safety for the volunteer staff. A key part of the role will be working with other staff members to aid increased recruitment and retention of new volunteer. The role will be responsible to the fairground controller on all fairground training matters and will involve regular weekend/evening work. Applications close 14 June
We are looking for a Head of Communications to develop and implement a communications strategy that matches our core purpose and will ensure that AIM’s digital and print communications keep our members well informed and connected.
We are looking for someone who can develop our communications team, brings a strategic overview along with proven copywriting and marketing skills and can quickly build strong, effective working relationships with colleagues, members, partners, advertisers and sponsors.
This is an exciting new role and it will be based at AIM’s office at the historic National Waterways Museum in Ellesmere Port. Closing date Wednesday 26th June (5pm). Interview date Friday 26th July.
Library Curator – The National Motor Museum Trust at Beaulieu
The National Motor Museum Trust at Beaulieu is a charitable organisation dedicated to engaging and inspiring people with the story of motoring through world class collections. There are over 250 vehicles and extensive object, photographic, archive and library collections, all of which have Designated status. This is an exciting opportunity to join an enthusiastic and proactive Collections Team within an Accredited museum and take responsibility for the Reference Library Collection. The ideal candidate will be educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant field with demonstrable museum and collections management experience. Applications close 18 June at 12 noon Interview Date: Wednesday 3 July 2019.
Project Manager – National Holocaust Centre & Museum (Nhcm)
The NHCM has received a stage 1 pass from Lottery Fund for our project “Reaching new and diverse audiences with stories of survival and safe refuge in the UK” and wishes to appoint a Project Manager to support the preparation of a second-round application. The Development Phase will involve developing activity and interpretation plans and carrying out detailed design specification including mechanical, electrical and structural design for conservation, repair, building and exhibition works to RIBA stage 3. Phase 1 involves: creating a new immersive gallery to house a rejuvenated Journey Exhibition for engaging with larger and more diverse audiences. It will also hold a Collections Store and Development Suite for working with testimony, artefacts and digital content for sharing and a reception area and toilets for school groups and general office space for staff. Freelance contract until 31 October 2020 (completion of development phase) with potential to extend into delivery phase. Closing date 17:00 Friday 21 June 2019
Are you an experienced and successful fundraiser with a proven track record in search of a new challenge? The River & Rowing Museum is a dynamic independent museum celebrating its 21st anniversary this year. We need your fundraising skills to help deliver our new Forward Plan and vision to bring the river to life. The role is for three days per week. Applications close 24 June. A full job pack can be downloaded from:
Business Development Manager – Castle Bromwich Historic Gardens
Castle Bromwich Historic Gardens is a Grade II* rescued formal garden – a piece of baroque 18th century countryside on the edge of a 21st century city. It is run by a Charitable Trust, a very small team of employed staff and over 100 volunteers. It opens to the public over 300 days per year, runs formal and informal outdoor learning programmes, a series of cultural and leisure events and supports a small café and shop. Mindful of decreasing public revenues it is rapidly developing and trialling newer business models to support its continued survival and positive growth. The Business Development Manager will report to the General Manager and work with a very small staff team and willing volunteers. Your role will be to develop existing and new commercial activities into sustainable, profitable income streams, which also enhance the Gardens’ brand. Applications close 19 July.
Resonate Project Officer – Leonard Cheshire, Derbyshire
You will assist our Archivist to deliver a National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) supported project to digitise our historically important sound collection. You will be responsible for project administration, liaising with suppliers, volunteers and funders and will lead on the recruitment of project volunteers. You will help manage volunteer training, the digitisation process, assist with curatorial input and also give awareness talks to our supporters and administer the delivery of a final exhibition and event. Applications close 7 July
Development Coordinator (Maternity Cover) – Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery
We have an exciting opportunity to join the Programme & Development Team at Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery as a Development Coordinator. The role focuses on developing access to funding from grants, trusts, foundations and sponsors, whilst building partner relationships across a diverse range of stakeholders.
We are looking for someone who is efficient, organised and able to undertake independent research. Our ideal candidate will be highly diligent and able to interpret funding criteria to write draft project proposals. A knowledge of funding bodies that support cultural initiatives would be advantageous but is not essential. Candidates will need to enjoy collaborating with external partners and be an enthusiastic advocate for the museum. Applications close 8 July 9am, with interviews taking place Monday 15 July. For a full job description please visit: