Job opportunities (24.3.2022)
Prospect Research and Database Officer
Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG) illustrate for everyone the importance of the sea, ships, time and the stars. Comprising the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the Queen's House and Cutty Sark, RMG cares for some of the UK's most significant artistic, scientific and historical collections and historically important buildings and ships. Welcoming over 2.5 million visitors per year, we are one of the UK's top 10 visitor attractions, drawing an audience from around the globe to experience everything from Nelson's Trafalgar uniform or a world-class art collection to standing on the Meridian Line.
The Prospect Research and Database Officer is part of a busy and highly successful Development team raising funds for RMG. The role will play a vital part in prospect identification and donor data management as RMG raises more self-generated income and moves away from a reliance on central government funding.
National Historic Ships UK Projects Officer
Project Conservator, NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM
We are seeking to appoint a Project Conservator on a Fixed-Term Contract, who will be responsible for the conservation of objects for permanent gallery refreshment display projects, temporary exhibition and loans out, preventive care and environmental monitoring across Museum sites alongside ongoing collections care and storage, guided by conservation, professional ethics and national and international museum standards.
Historians, NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM
Working as part of the Museum's research team, the NAM's Historians will carry out and encourage research by working with the Museum's collections and archive, collaborating with colleagues and external partners, andcommunicating their research through a range of outputs including: academic and popular publications, digital content, conference papers, and other public history activities.
This is an opportunity to work within a national heritage institution with significant scope for both public and academic engagement, and unrivalled access to a diverse collection spanning historic documents, objects, art and material culture, as well as close links to Regimental collections and networks across the country.
This role would be particularly suitable for holders of a doctoral qualification in military history or a closely related subject, who wish to develop their experience in the heritage sector and public engagement.
Marketing and Communications Manager, CHARLESTON TRUST
The Marketing and Communications Manager will develop and deliver integrated marketing campaigns to raise Charleston's profile, maximise revenue, and drive engagement amongst new and existing audiences. The role will have day-to-day responsibility for several areas including brand, advertising, agency management, media relations, insight and analytics, and CRM.