Job Opportunities (28.5.2022)


Director of Cultural Services, Falmouth Town Council, Falmouth Town Council

Falmouth Town Council is a dynamic modern local authority with a vibrant cultural offering; we have achieved national recognition for our achievements and services, including the internationally renowned Falmouth Art Gallery. We are consistently at the forefront on issues such as involving the community in influencing our decisions, partnership working and placing sustainability at the heart of everything that we do.

This is an exciting time to join our evolving organisation as Cultural Services Director and offers a unique opportunity to further your career, whilst contributing to the local community and Falmouth's rich cultural tapestry.

For us, culture is what we do and how we do it - as individuals, groups and collectively. Our culture is the values we hold; it is what we have in common and what sets us apart. It comes from our history and heritage and our hopes and plans for the future. Falmouth Town Council's Fal Culture Team aims to share knowledge, celebrate heritage and promote creativity and wellbeing through activities and events for the community. 

Programme Coordinator

As a Programme Coordinator and PA based at our client's site in London, you will be part of a small, flexible team, responsible for the planning, coordination and circulation of programmes and briefing materials.
You will liaise with internal stakeholders and official engagement organisers, shaping and assisting with the design of visits and engagements, playing an important role in ensuring that the final programme is to a high standard.
You will provide varied administrative and logistical support to a secretary, responding to general enquiries and drafting correspondence.
By joining the team, you will have the opportunity to expand your existing administrative skills in a truly unique environment.
About you
Ideally with some previous experience in a similar role, you will be a skilled administrator.
With excellent IT skills and a meticulous eye for detail, you will have the written skills to draft varied correspondence and documents.
You will also be efficient, extremely organised, and able to prioritise multiple tasks.
With confident and professional verbal communication, you will liaise easily with a wide range of individuals and organisations.
Enthusiastic and with abundant initiative, you will enjoy a varied workload and collaborate well as part of a small team.
In return, you will be rewarded with a comprehensive package, including 33 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays), a 15% employer contribution pension scheme (with the option for flexibility - to increase contributions or draw down as salary), and support for your continued professional development.


Every year millions of people visit the National Gallery in London's Trafalgar Square to see some of the world's most famous paintings. These artworks are also enjoyed online, and shared with galleries across the UK and internationally through partnerships. Our product portfolio is varied - from free art gallery visits to paid products such as Membership, online courses and merchandise.

In recent years we've made a significant investment in data infrastructure and resources. Examples include a new CRM database, a cloud-based data and BI platform, and on-site ticket scanning. Our range of data sources is growing rapidly, and we need someone to unlock its potential.

Role summary

We're looking for a Data Analyst to join our Data & Insight team. This role generates business intelligence that shapes strategy, helping to set and achieve targets. These insights inform a range of activity - from product development and pricing to customer communications and visitor experience. This role will evolve our understanding of visitors, growing and leveraging our data platform to shape the Gallery's work.


The National Portrait Gallery is seeking an Adult Programme Manager to develop a renewed and ambitious programme which re-establishes the National Portrait Gallery as a lead cultural player. You will respond to the very unique opportunity of the re-opening of the National Portrait Gallery to make an impact and create a new public programme at the new Gallery that is underpinned by audience interests, motivations and behaviours.

To be successful in this role you must have experience of successfully designing and delivering events in the cultural sector and have a strong understanding of audiences. You will be confident, collaborative and diplomatic in your approach with excellent communication and organisational skills. You will have a strong interest in art, British history, current and topical issues, and ways in which cultural programming can increase and engage diverse audiences.