Job opportunities (11.7.2022)


Junior Exhibitions Project Manager, DESIGN MUSEUM

The Exhibitions team is seeking a dynamic individual to work on the delivery of temporary displays and exhibitions across the museum. This will include exhibitions and displays on the Balcony Gallery, Atrium, Huth Gallery and Gallery 2.

The Junior Project Manager works closely with the Curatorial, Learning, Collections, Events, Development, and external design teams to ensure the production and installation of every element of the temporary displays and exhibitions is successfully delivered, to museum standards, on time and to budget. They are responsible for the delivery from concept development through to opening and post-opening maintenance.

They are also responsible for the effective organisation and delivery of specific touring exhibitions including prospecting, communications with national and international venue partners, the management of tours including logistics, contracts, schedules, and budgets.

The role will suit an individual with experience in coordinating museum exhibitions and experience supporting project managers in the delivery of major exhibitions. They will be an excellent communicator, adept at developing strong working relationships, both internally and with external delivery partners to deliver engaging and commercially successful exhibitions and displays.

Experience, skills, and knowledge

  • Demonstrable experience of working on exhibitions with throughout all stages of a project, including accurate forecasting and cost management/engineering.
  • Experience of using and maintaining risk management tools, such as risk assessments and risk registers.
  • Previous experience in the gallery and museums sector working on exhibition projects from concept to completion.
  • Experience of working on tendering processes for external contractors and service providers.
  • Experience of supervising teams and mentoring and supporting the development of others.


  • Knowledge of museum practice related to the management of objects, loans, and transport arrangements.
  • Understanding of the technical aspects of exhibition project management, such as the conversion of design concepts to construction drawings, object handling and display specifications, visitor flow in public areas, production techniques and contract/design management.
  • Knowledge of touring exhibitions nationally and internationally with an understanding of why touring exhibitions is valuable for the museum.
  • An understanding of interpretational tools in museums with a commitment to delivering exhibitions that are accessible to diverse audiences.
  • A good understanding of digital media available in exhibition displays.


  • Ability to manage several projects concurrently, maintaining a flexible approach when working under pressure.
  • Good leadership and people management skills; able to lead and motivate teams during exhibition installation and de-rig.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to develop and manage internal and external relationships.

Media Officer, MUSEUM OF LONDON 

From before the Romans to present day ravers, we tell the story of London and its people.

This is a particularly exciting time to join the museum's friendly team, as we prepare to launch our new site at West Smithfield and celebrate 20 years of the Museum of London Docklands.

Supporting the PR Manager, the Media Officer will play a primary role in championing activity at the Museum of London Docklands, drive awareness of our closing programme at London Wall, and help us grow the museum's profile as we move towards the launch of an iconic new museum in the capital.

This role is for someone who has an eye for a story and loves to hit the headlines. If you're a creative, motivated and enthusiastic media officer who loves everything London, we'd love to hear from you.

For more information about this role, please see the Job Description. To know more about what it's like to work in the Museum of London and to get some top tips on how to make the best of your application visit the museums website.

If you would like to apply for this role, please click 'apply' where you will be directed to our online recruitment system. Applications are by application form.The closing date for applications is Sunday 24th July 2022. Successful candidates will be invited to an interview on Thursday 4th August 2022.

The Museum of London is committed to equal opportunities and diversity. We particularly welcome applications from disabled, Black, Asian and ethnically diverse candidates, who are currently under-represented in our organisation.


Audience Insight Officer, Tate

Our Audiences Insight team combines the power of data analytics and market research and plays a key role in informing strategic decision making across the organisation to help us better fulfil on our mission, to reach new audiences and to better serve our existing ones.

You'll support the Audience Insight Manager in running our visitor survey which forms the basis of our insight, as well as supporting on other ad hoc and regular quantitative and qualitative research projects including Tate Lates evaluation and the Tate Collective online community. The role also importantly involves regular, fast turnaround research data analysis in excel and provision of insights to departments around the organisation to inform strategy and planning. You'll play a pivotal part at Tate, as you help us make our audience broader and more diverse through research and intelligent insight.

You'll come to us with experience in running research projects, working with research agencies, and analysing and interpreting research data to inform decision making. You will also have experience presenting these insights backs to a variety of stakeholders.