Job opportunities (19.1.2022)


Director of Experiences / Visitor and Customer Service Senior Management

Do you thrive on creating unique and exciting experiences? Do you think you could help Winchester Science Centre break the mould of what a science centre experience should be?

Our Charity's focus is shifting. We have huge plans for growth and ambitious plans for the future. The Director of Experiences will play a big part in shaping this. This is a unique opportunity to join our Senior Management Team at a really exciting time. You'll report directly to Ben, our CEO, and have high-level oversight of day-to-day operations. If you think you've got the creativity needed to curate our experiences, lead the team and deputise for the CEO where needed, then check out our applicant pack!


Wellcome Collection is developing a new strategy this year that will set a course for a compelling future, making this an exciting time to join our team.

You will be joining the Exhibitions team. Since 2007 Wellcome Collection's exhibitions have examined subjects as diverse as the relationship between war and medicine, the history of human enhancement, the dynamics at play between doctors and patients, and the study of human happiness. We are now looking for a curator to join the Exhibitions team to play a key role in developing this ground-breaking programme for our galleries based on Euston Road in central London.

Exhibition Designers

Our mission is to tell the story of Our Army and the people who have served in it; to inspire, engage and educate, though our world-class Museum and collections. We are driving this work through new and improved galleries and exhibitions, world class audience engagement activity and a strong digital offer.

We are developing our team and looking for people to join us as part of our journey as an inspiring, vibrant and successful world-class Museum. These roles are critical to this, aiming to reach and connect with a broad range of audiences both physically and digitally with our incredible subject and outstanding collections.

Self-motivated, good communicators with a passion for our subject are essential to fulfil these roles. You will be working within and across a supportive, inclusive and agile team working environment to fulfil the ambition of our strategic plan.

We are seeking to appoint two Exhibition Designers within our small Exhibitions and Design team, to work on both the representation of our permanent galleries and our temporary exhibition programme. The post-holders will interpret the gallery and exhibition narratives to create both a 2D and 3D visual identity for exhibitions and permanent galleries, ensuring that the aims and themes of the content are reflected in the design. You will be proficient at producing drawings for tender and finished artwork for production. A large part of these roles will involve working cross culturally throughout the museum to ensure adherence to brand guidelines and with external suppliers.

Director of Experiences / Visitor and Customer Service Senior Management

The Charity is responding to the challenges brought upon by Covid-19 and growing our team in order to develop and achieve a new and exciting strategic plan. We are planning significant growth and diversification and have ambitious plans for the future. The Charity's focus is shifting, allowing for a rethink about how we engage with our audiences and the impact we want to make. This role will be an integral part of the strategic development of the Charity and help shape the future for years to come.

This is an excellent opportunity to work closely with the CEO, Senior Management Team, Fundraising Team and Board of Trustees to continue to develop our successful Science Centre, exploring a whole new experience that breaks the mould of a traditional science centre. The post holder will thrive on creating experiences that are sustainable, mission-driven and potentially career defining.

As a key member of the Senior Management Team, reporting directly to the CEO, the post holder is responsible for high level oversight of day-to-day operations and driving forward how the Charity engages with our audiences. This role requires an individual with the creative ability to curate our experiences, lead the team forward, deputise for the CEO when required and represent our exciting and growing Charity.


 The Photographers' Gallery is the UK's leading centre for the presentation and exploration of photography in all its forms and a dedicated home for an international photographic community. Established in London in 1971, it has been instrumental in reflecting photography's pivotal role in culture and society and championing its position as a leading art form through a rich programme of exhibitions, talks, events, workshops, courses and other activities. Read more about TPG here. 

 As Archivist, you will be responsible for strategic oversight and management of the Archive, and will be capable of working independently to prioritise and deliver the Archive's and wider Gallery objectives with particular focus on how TPG's activities, communications and organisational history can be preserved through digital means.

You will oversee the acquisitions, management, preservation and dissemination of the collections within TPG's Archive, alongside participating in the wider work of the organisation.