Job opportunities (12.12.2022)

2022-12-12

Director of External Affairs, Museum of London 

The Museum of London is a home for learning, exploration and adventure, we aspire to be a force for good in London as London must be for the world. We are here to enrich the understanding and appreciation of London and all its people - past, present, future.

As Director of External Affairs, you will harness the power of our brand and relationships to help drive forward a series of major capital fundraising campaigns that will deliver transformational change for the Museum and get Londoners from every walk of life behind these projects. This is a significant role which will help the Museum realise its vision to become one of the most well-known and innovative cultural destinations in the UK and worldwide and offers a real opportunity to make a long-lasting and very real difference for London.

We're looking for an ambitious, driven and well-connected leader with significant experience and a track record of working on game-changing projects with high profile organisations. A key member of the Executive Team, you will work closely with the Director and the Board to build support, income and partnerships and significantly increase our brand awareness and audience participation. With ready contacts from across government, funders and the media you will be willing to leverage these relationships on behalf of the Museum.

We believe that diversity, inclusion and creativity go hand in hand. Having people with a diverse range of experiences and views mean that we are able to provide museums which are meaningful to a wider range of visitors and creates a more welcoming environment to a wider range of people. We particularly welcome applications from disabled, Black, Asian and ethnically diverse candidates, who are currently under-represented in our organisation.

Head of Collections and Archives, BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL 

With its world-beating festivals, thriving music scene, amazing architectural and engineering heritage, and thriving creative and media sector, Bristol is a city full of energy and imagination. At Bristol City Council we're committed to harnessing the full potential of our rich culture and creative industries to boost the local economy, encourage community cohesion and generate wellbeing.

Within our Culture and Creative Industries Service (C&CI), we are passionate about inspiring communities and visitors with stories that inspire wonder, ignite curiosity and reveal significance and meaning in our amazing collections and the world around us. As our new Head of Collections and Archives, you will work with our five museums - Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, M Shed, Red Lodge, Georgian House and Blaise Museum - to promote curatorial and research excellence across an ambitious public programme of cultural activities and display projects.

Community Partnerships and Events Manager, SCIENCE MUSEUM GROUP 

Do you have experience leading teams to plan and deliver high-quality, engaging and accessible community events? Do you want to engage with communities, businesses and colleagues to inspire futures?About usAt the Science Museum Group STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) engagement is at the heart of what we do. We use the concept of science capital to shape our work and provide us with research-based insight into what influences and shapes people's engagement with, and attitudes towards, science. We inform, inspire and encourage learning on-site, as well as through outreach and online. We ignite curiosity around STEM by assisting discovery through active participation and social interaction.We are now recruiting for a Community Partnerships and Events Manager to join the Learning team at the National Railway Museum in York, on a full-time, permanent contract.About the roleAs Community Partnerships & Events Manager, you will be a key part of delivering our new ten-year Learning Strategy with an approach that is equitable, evidence-based, collaborative, relevant, agile, efficient and sustainable. By working with local communities and through the events and programmes you create for and with them, you will develop STEM experiences which are inspired by our world class collection and are based on our extensive learning and audience research.Leading a small team of staff, supported by volunteers, you will engage with local communities new to the museum, following the principles of the SMG Equity framework and museum community engagement plan with the long-term aim of supporting people to become confident, independent museum visitors in the future.You will engage with local community organisations and businesses and collaborate with colleagues and other departments across the National Railway Museum and SMG to plan, produce and deliver high quality, accessible and equitable events and programmes including outreach activities, community events and festivals.

Head of Philanthropy, THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES TRUST 

Job Title: Head of Philanthropy

Reporting to: Executive Director of The National Archives Trust (NAT). NAT is an independent charity (reg. Charity no. 1187839) which is separate from The National Archives, a non-ministerial government department.

Location: Flexible; homeworking with regular visits to The National Archives site in Kew.

Salary and pension: £45k per annum; this is a full-time, permanent role. The National Archives Trust holds a generous pension contribution scheme.

Holiday Entitlements: 30 days holiday per year plus bank holidays.

Overview:

From Domesday to Downing Street tweets, The National Archives is a treasure trove that reveals the millions of stories that form our nation's past. The National Archives Trust (NAT) is an independent charity which aims to engage funders and the public with the nation's archives and documentary heritage, both through The Archives site in Kew and at venues across the country.

The Trust is seeking an experienced and dynamic philanthropy and grants professional to join a small team in a vital role responsible for the charity's fundraising activity. Working closely with the Executive Director, the charity's Board of Trustees and the Operations Manager, the Head of Philanthropy will build and manage a portfolio of funders across all income streams, principally trusts, foundations and private individuals. This busy role covers both grants and major gifts and will work to a strategic vision which aims to establish a network of funders to support a broad range of public engagement work, from education activities for young people and communities, exhibitions and national touring to capital projects which enhance audience visits. This is a unique opportunity to shape an important role from inception in a new charity which is underpinned by the robust reputation and unparalleled collection of The National Archives.

Closing Date: 5pm Monday 9 January 2023

Relationship Manager Visual Arts (MBF11), ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND

 Contract: Fixed term until 31 March 2024, working 35 hours per week (Arts Council also recognises the benefit of flexible working as a valued part of the way we work, and welcome applications from individuals who require flexibility)

Salary: £33,708 per annum plus benefits including a final salary pension scheme, generous annual leave, and flexible and hybrid working.

Location: Nottingham, (The role will be based at the Nottingham office; however, we are operating a hybrid way of working and support our staff to make use of remote working options when combined with regular on-site contact days with other members if the team, normally 1-2 days a week)

Arts Council England is looking for a passionate and experienced Relationship Manager to join our inclusive and collaborative team. This full-time Relationship Manager role is based in Nottingham and offers an attractive salary of £33,708 and a benefits package. You will be working with a portfolio of organisations that we fund through our various investment programmes, helping those organisations to contribute successfully to deliver the Arts Council's strategy and achieve their growth and development objectives.

As our Relationship Manager, you will act as the primary conduit and point of contact between these organisations and the Arts Council. You will broker internal and external relationships to ensure that funded organisations have access to appropriate sources of expertise and knowledge to support them in achieving great art in meeting their business plans and operating effectively.

Relationship Manager, Museums (MB12), ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND

Contract: permanent, working 35 hours per week (Arts Council also recognises the benefit of flexible working as a valued part of the way we work, and welcome applications from individuals who require flexibility)

Salary: £33,708 per annum plus benefits including a final salary pension scheme, generous annual leave, and flexible and hybrid working.

Location: Birmingham (The role will be based at one of the offices listed; however, we are operating a hybrid way of working and support our staff to make use of remote working options when combined with regular on-site contact days with other members if the team, normally 1-2 days a week)

Arts Council England is looking for a passionate and experienced Relationship Manager to join our inclusive and collaborative team. This full-time Relationship Manager role is based in Birmingham and offers an attractive salary of £33,708 and a benefits package. You will be working with a portfolio of organisations that we fund through our various investment programmes, helping those organisations to contribute successfully to deliver the Arts Council's strategy and achieve their own growth and development objectives.

As a Relationship Manager, you will act as the primary conduit and point of contact between these organisations and the Arts Council. You will broker internal and external relationships to ensure that funded organisations have access to appropriate sources of expertise and knowledge to support them in achieving great art in the context of meeting their business plans and operating effectively.

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