Job opportunities (16.1.2023)
Chief Executive, Shakespeare's Globe
Shakespeare's Globe is a world-renowned theatre, education centre, and cultural landmark on the bank of the River Thames in London. Shakespeare's Globe is an independent educational and artistic charity, year to year operating without any regular subsidy or Arts Council England funding. The funds generated by its activities are invested in the ongoing work of the Shakespeare Globe Trust.
The Globe is a unique organisation. Its wooden 'O' so meticulously and beautifully designed, transports us and connects us to 400 years of treasured history - providing illumination and inspiration for what the next centuries can hold, not only in its cultural offer, but in its spirit.
We are seeking an exceptional individual to join as our new Chief Executive and seize the opportunity to lead this fantastic organisation with creativity and confidence. This is undoubtedly a turbulent time for the arts sector, and while we have continued to deliver creatively for our diverse audiences, we need a strong leader who can build upon the platform of resilience that is being established by the Globe's leadership team and drive our ambitious plans forward with dynamism and energy.
Our new CEO will be passionate about our mission and values, fostering a culture of respect and inclusion; a leader who is approachable, visible, and committed to diversifying, empowering, and developing those who work and volunteer at the Globe. We need an inspirational leader who will be innovative and collaborative. We want a CEO who can advance our vision for the years ahead, encourage audience development and seek to break down barriers that exist for public access to, and appreciation of Shakespeare.
The CEO needs to be passionate about driving artistic, cultural, academic, and educational excellence. We are seeking a leader experienced in leading change and growth who has operated at a senior level within a creative or customer-focused organisation of significant complexity and scale.
Our sector will continue to be faced with challenges and in order to achieve our ambition to ensure the Globe is a cultural powerhouse for generations to come, we need someone who is confident in being an ambassador for the charity, with a track record in fundraising and building partnerships.
Audience Diversity and Inclusion Lead, NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
- Experience of creating successful strategies and plans to enhance diversity and inclusion of audiences within a museum, cultural venue or visitor attraction
- Significant experience of providing expert advice to different teams,
- Highly developed influencing skills, able to deliver change through others
- Excellent communication skills with the ability to adapt the style to meet the needs of the audience
- Ability to prioritise and work across multiple activities
- Experience of commissioning research and leading consultations.
- Ability to make decisions based on sound judgement and to act at pace
- Works collaboratively across all departments in order to deliver effectively and to the benefit of the Museum
- Strong analytical skills and ability to translate metrics, research, and trends into strategy and action
- Experience of working with a broad range of audiences including families, adults and young people
Library Assistant (Permanent & Fixed Term), WELLCOME TRUST
Wellcome Collection is a free museum and library that aims to challenge how we all think and feel about health. Through exhibitions, collections, live programming, digital, broadcast and publishing, we create opportunities for people to think deeply about the links between science, medicine, life and art.
Here at Wellcome we believe great ideas can change the world and improve health for everyone. We help great ideas to thrive by supporting scientists and researchers, taking on big problems, fuelling imaginations and sparking debate.
Wellcome is a global charitable foundation. We improve health for everyone by funding science, leading policy and advocacy campaigns, and building partnerships.
We plan to spend £16bn over the next ten years, funding new discoveries in life, health and wellbeing, and taking on three global health challenges: mental health, infectious disease and climate.
These challenges need the bold science we support, but they won't be solved by science alone.
We are looking for 2 Library Assistants (1 permanent and another on a 12-month fixed term contract) to join our team as we continue to develop an inclusive library space and work towards a new strategy for Wellcome Collection.
Development Manager - Principal Gifts, THE NATIONAL GALLERY
- Raise principal and major gifts from individual donors and private trusts mainly from prospective but also a few existing supporters (who have expressed an interest in NG200). This role will solicit major gifts at the six and seven figure level
- Take responsibility for devising and implementing new stewardship and cultivation strategies for engaging and involving existing supporters and new HNWI to secure principal gifts
- Draft compelling proposals as well as financial/non-financial reports, funding agreements and MoU / gift agreements
- Have a clear and detailed understanding of and oversight of all material produced for the NG200 campaign
- Ensure donors are thanked and recognised in a way that maximises future goodwill. Identify and research prospective donors from the UK and abroad (with the Research Manager). Use this research as a basis for solicitation
- Contribute to Development's efficiency and effectiveness: manage the processing and acknowledgement of individual donations; ensure donor information is maintained in compliance with data protection legislation; provide a complete and accurate record of the history of each donor's relationship with the Gallery
- Contribute to the annual planning and reporting process, providing regular reports of progress against objectives Manage and report against income and expenditure budgets
- Represent the Gallery (at cultivation events and meetings) in the UK and abroad individually and/or with senior Gallery staff to existing and potential funders
- Contribute to and promote Gallery measures to ensure equality of opportunity and to encourage diversity.
- Value and respect colleagues and members of the public alike, regardless of background
Human Resources Systems and Data Administrator, TATE
You will support the HR Systems & Data Manager and the people team in maintaining an optimising the people systems and data and provide support for regular and ad-hoc reporting so that people data can be used in a meaningful way. You will develop knowledge of our people management systems, assisting with administration and improvement of processes and acting as one of the first point of contacts in the organisation for people system and reporting queries. Proactive and productive, you will be supremely well organised and able to manage a varied workload and competing deadlines daily. You will be passionate about effectively managing relationships internally and externally. You will demonstrate a solution driven approach to problem solving and you will be used to using your own initiative to get things done.
Successful candidates will have access to a range of benefits, including 25 days annual leave entitlement, rising to 27 days pro rata after 3 years of service; an extra day off for your birthday each year; a cycle to work scheme; opportunities for blended and flexible working; free access to Tate exhibitions and other museums and galleries; Life Assurance; and a 'Defined Contribution' pension scheme with generous employer contributions. Successful candidates who are already members of the Civil Service Pension Scheme or have recently left the scheme may be eligible to remain as members of this scheme instead.
HR Assistant, WALLACE COLLECTION
The Wallace Collection is an internationally outstanding collection which contains unsurpassed masterpieces of paintings, sculpture, furniture, arms and armour and porcelain. Built over the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries by the Marquesses of Hertford and Sir Richard Wallace, it is one of the finest and most celebrated collections in the world.
So that it could be kept together and enjoyed by generations of visitors, the collection was given to the British Nation in 1897. It was an astonishing bequest and one of the greatest gifts of art works ever to be transferred into public ownership. Today, our job is to maintain, research, and inspire the public to love and understand the Collection.
OVERALL PURPOSE AND ROLE
In this role the post holder will work alongside the HR Manager to provide a comprehensive and first class HR service to the Collection's employees (circa 140 staff). This includes advising managers and staff on all aspects of their terms and conditions of employment.
Visitor Operations & Experience Manager, NATIONAL TRUST
We have an exciting opportunity for a dynamic Visitor Operations and Experience Manager to join our high-performing team at a busy historic property. Working alongside the General Manager and leading for the on-site visitor experience, operational delivery, events and fundraising, you'll bring knowledge and experience gained in other roles, to inspire your team and deliver great results.
What it's like to work here
Set on the edge of Exmoor, overlooking the Bristol Channel, Dunster Castle has been here for around a thousand years. These days this busy historic property welcomes around 200,000 people a year who come to enjoy its stunning setting and host of things to discover and do.
For more information about our property please visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/dunster-castle
What you'll be doing
As a key member of the portfolio's leadership team, you'll be working collaboratively with colleagues to deliver great experiences for our members and paying visitors each and every day. You'll be leading a team of dedicated staff to deliver a substantial visitor income budget, through creative marketing and programming, whilst overseeing the excellent standards of visitor experience and welcome we're known for and which generate reasons for our supporters to return. You'll head up the daily operation of the site, including optimising staffing rotas, overseeing site presentation, fundraising, visitor information and consistency of service standards. You'll represent the portfolio in the local community and seek new partnership opportunities. As visitor champion, you'll keep abreast of customer feedback and work with your peers to constantly improve our offer. No two days will be the same as you balance strategic planning with operational delivery in a dynamic and challenging environment.