Administration and Finance Officer
Closing date: 29th January
Job type: Full time
Salary: £20,000

This is an exciting opportunity to play a crucial role in supporting the day to day running, as well as the development, sustainability and growth, of Sulgrave Manor Trust. In this role you will report to the CEO of Sulgrave Manor Trust.

Additional Information: 3-month probationary period, stakeholder pension scheme, 28 days holiday entitlement including bank holidays

Main Purpose of this Job is to assume responsibility for: 

1. Financial administration and inputting 

2. Systems related to policies and procedures 

3. General administration and tasks 

For more information and to apply for the job, please click here.


Erewash Museum: Collections Officer
Closing date: 20th January
Job type: Full time, job shares will be considered

Salary: £18,560 – £21,057 

Erewash Museum Service is looking to appoint an experienced museum professional who is enthusiastic about enabling wider access to the museum and its collections through exhibition and event programmes.

The role will have a strong focus on the development of our education and community service. The position offers an opportunity for contributing to and supporting the Museum Service Manager in developing an inspiring and quality service.

You should have a degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline and you need to be organised, enthusiastic, and flexible, self-motivated and have good team and communication skills.

For more information please click here.


Project Director – Other Stories, LGBT History Project
Closing date: 17th January
Job type: Freelance contact
Salary: £24,000

Derbyshire LGBT+ is the longest established and foremost advocate for the LGBT+ community in and around Derbyshire; representing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and other communities of sexuality and sexual identity.

We have recently begun work to establish a history project and are seeking a talented, motivated and experienced individual to lead and successfully manage the project on a freelance basis.

The successful applicant will have significant project management experience and an excellent understanding of both heritage projects and the LGBT+ community.

They will be expected to devote as much time as is necessary to ensure successful delivery of the project; implementing the project plan and meeting key agreed milestones.

The successful appointee should note that the time requirement for the role is likely to vary significantly to accommodate peaks in activity (e.g. LGBT history month), however overall we estimate this to comprise an average of 2-3 days/week throughout the project period.

The project will be based at Derbyshire LGBT+ premises in Derby and involve frequent evening and weekend work in and around Derby and Derbyshire, the East Midlands and nationwide.

– Project duration – 2 years. Extension of the appointment beyond the project period will be subject to funding.

– Location – the project will be delivered from the Derbyshire LGBT+ office in Derby with activities taking place around Derby and Derbyshire requiring frequent travel around the county and beyond. The successful applicant will be expected to work from the Derbyshire LGBT+ office at least once per week.

– Remuneration – £24,000 per annum fixed fee (excluding reasonable travel and expenses).

– Application deadline – applications must be received by 9am on 17 January 2016

Applicants are requested to submit their CV together with a supporting statement outlining how they meet the criteria for the post (2 sides maximum) to Andy Brown, Chair, at AndyB@derbyshirelgbt.org.uk

 

Project Support Office – Lincolnshire County Council
Closing date: 15th January
Job type: Full time
Salary: £21,745 – £23,935

The project, entitled ‘Lincolnshire: Bastion in the Air’, has an opening for a Project Support Officer to work on the project management and exhibition programme related to this World War One project.

To work within own area of responsibility to develop and deliver the exhibition programme. To be responsible for the co-ordination of the touring exhibition programme creating and co-ordinating a calendar of activity by working collaboratively with partners. Be responsible for developing new partnerships and venues for the exhibition programme.

This role may support multiple projects and will require a pragmatic mind set, a commitment to delivering quality and an ability to prioritise and problem solve.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Museum Consultant – Stoke Bruerne
Closing date: 13th Jan
Job type: Freelance

An Invitation to Tender dated 22 December 2016 will be issued to Consultants and Organisations who may be interested in providing consultation services to the Canal & River Trust in scoping an informed and costed Interpretation Strategy to be used for future applications to the Heritage Lottery Fund, for the development of Stoke Bruerne Canal Corridor and a Forward Plan, to be used to apply for museum accreditation for the Stoke Bruerne Canal Museum.

The project will run to 31 March 2017.

Full details are available by emailing: sarah.brown@canalrivertrust.org.uk.


Barrow Hill Roundhouse – Volunteers Opportunities
Closing date: On going
Job type: Volunteer

As part of our exciting project funded by Heritage Lottery, we are looking to recruit new volunteers onto our team.

We have a range of roles on offer including:

  •  Learning volunteers
  •  Costumed interpretation
  •  Events volunteers
  •  Site maintenance

Volunteers will also get the chance to be involved with projects at the Chesterfield Canal Trust Hub in Hollingwood.

If you are interested and would like to find out more, please contact Grace Escott Tebbutt.

Email: learning.barrowhill@gmail.com>

Tel: 01246 281635

Or download our leaflet: volunteer leaflet Barrow Hill


Board Member – Health and Safety: Nottingham Industrial Museum
Closing date: 20th Jan
Job type: Board Member – Volunteer

We are looking for a Board member to support/lead and execute our Health & Safety policies.

– To immediately implement the policies we have in place across the museum.

– To refresh them as and when new legislation arises.

– To advise on additional policies, considerations or areas of risk as our museum’s collection, and events schedule, develops.

– To be the first point of contact for any Health & Safety related issues or concerns.

The right candidate should have willingness to commit time for board meetings, implementing the policies in hand themselves and by delegating tasks to other volunteers.

Someone who listens well, is thoughtful in considering issues, and enjoys working with a diverse group of people.

The right candidate needs experience & knowledge of Health & Safety in the workplace (not specifically a museum, though that would be ideal), and have completed a NEBOSH / ISOSH qualification.

We are a newly formed Board, and one of the first museums in the East Midlands to be 100% volunteer-run and established as its own company, so this is a truly an exciting time to join us.

If you’re not sure it’s for you, ring us for a friendly, no commitment chat. Contact: Helen Bowen nim.marketing.comms@gmail.com

Do look at our website at  (please note its currently being upgraded)

If you’d like to apply, please send us a brief overview of your experience and skills, and why you’d like to undertake this opportunity.


Visitor Welcome Assistant – Delapre Abbey
Closing date: 20th Jan
Job type: Seasonal
Salary: £7.20ph

The Visitor Welcome team at Delapre Abbey will be the first people to meet and greet our new visitors as we open our newly restored building to the public for the first time in its 900 year old history.

Your role will be to make sure all our visitors are met with a warm welcome. You’ll mainly be working in our visitor reception or ‘Visitor Welcome’ space where you’ll be sharing your knowledge and enthusiasm for Delapre Abbey and its stories and actively promoting our events and activities.

About you:

– You’ll have excellent customer service skills

– You’ll enjoy speaking to the general public, children and young people

– You’ll have some experience of working in a shop and/ or heritage environment

– You’ll have some experience of handling cash and working with tills/ EPOS systems

– You’ll also be a team player

– You’ll have a passion for history and sharing your enthusiasm with others

Further information about the Abbey and the jobs, please visit our website.

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