Heritage of London Trust restores a huge range of historic sites across the city, places listed and unlisted and unrivalled in their variety and range. As their work expands, they are looking for an experienced project manager to help design and deliver projects, maintaining the highest standards of conservation, liaising with varied stakeholders and ensuring maximum public and community benefit.
Fundraising Development Manager – British Motor Museum
Reporting to the Head of Commerce, this role is aimed at developing new income streams and is an opportunity for a fundraising specialist to help build the Trust’s charitable profile and to contribute to their vision – to be one of the world’s outstanding museums and the focal point of Britain’s automotive history and culture.
Lowewood Museum is seeking to appoint an energetic and experienced project officer with a track record of success to help deliver the Your Heritage, Your Museum project’; a three-year National Lottery Heritage Fund project due to conclude in March 2025.
Celtic Harmony is looking for new junior education officer to support our education team and assist with activities and customer service on our innovative education and events programme for school groups and visitors at Celtic Harmony Camp, the Prehistory settlement, near Hertford.
We are looking for a project officer with compassion and care to lead in working with key target communities, to collaborate with them on understanding our stories and themes that resonate most strongly, and in designing interpretation that will fill two rooms within the main hall, and spread across the gardens and grounds.
Evaluator/Audience Research Tender Pack, Kiplin Hall and Gardens
Kiplin has received a grant to develop our approach to interpretation and we are looking for an evaluator/researcher to help us assess our audiences’ thoughts on our interpretation and to undertake evaluation.
Keswick Museum wishes to appoint a part-time Community Curator to plan and deliver a 2-year programme of community-led exhibitions, identify potential groups and individuals to work with, and develop a good working relationship with participants, helping them to overcome any barriers to participation.
Public Programme Manager – Port Sunlight Village Trust
You will lead the development and delivery of a high quality and inclusive public programme – indoors, outdoors, and on-line – to engage existing and new audiences in meaningful cultural experiences that unlock PSVT’s vision, collections and heritage assets, and story.
Marketing & Communications Manager – Port Sunlight Village Trust
You will raise the profile of PSVT and Port Sunlight, grow and diversify PSVT’s audiences, ensure Port Sunlight’s village residents, businesses, groups, and other key stakeholders are communicated with effectively, and support income generation and fundraising activity.
Adult Learning Coordinator – Pallant House Gallery
This role will facilitate the delivery of the Gallery’s Adult Learning Programme; a diverse and inclusive learning and engagement programme, which appeals to both new and existing audiences and enables the Gallery to play a part in the creative lives of our community.
This new role will be an important addition to the Audiences & Development team, actively contributing to the Gallery’s Development strategy to secure the necessary support and funding from individuals and companies.
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is looking for a self-motivated and ambitious Marketing and Communications Assistant to play an active role in delivering an exciting and varied multi-disciplinary marketing and communications strategy.