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Job opportunities (4.6.2022)

2022-06-04

Data Analyst, THE NATIONAL GALLERY

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.

Evaluation and Impact Manager, THE NATIONAL GALLERY

An inspiring and strategic advocate for evaluation, you will support the Learning and National Programmes team to understand the impact we have on the lives of those who engage with our programmes, and through partnerships, at The National Gallery and across the nation.

You will develop robust systems and motivate the team to use them. A keen analyst, you will create compelling narratives about the changes and outcomes that our work inspires.

To learn more about the role and how to apply please see the job pack.

Research Fellow of Green Chemistry, SCIENCE MUSEUM GROUP

We are recruiting for a Research Fellow of Green Chemistry to join our Collections team at the Science Museum in London. We are initially advertising this role as working 14 hours per week on a fixed-term, contract for 12 months, however this can be adjusted based on the needs of the successful candidate e.g. working more hours per week on a shorter contract.

In this role the research you will carry out will help Curators identify what areas of green chemistry to target for adding new material to the Science Museum's world-leading chemistry collections, which include Dmitri Mendeleev's first published periodic table, Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin's molecular model of penicillin, and samples of William Perkin's original mauve dye.

The Research Fellowship, funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry, will be the first project of its kind at the Science Museum: undertaking a review of recent and ongoing scientific literature within a museum context.

Collaborating with the Royal Society of Chemistry's Member Communities Team, you will network with practitioners of green chemistry in academia and industry, helping to determine the Science Museum's strategy in engaging audiences in this field in the years to come.

Museum Marketing Relationship Manager, CHM

Our client, a national fundraising charity for art are looking for a proactive and experienced Relationship Manager to cultivate and engage their network of over 850 museums, galleries and historic houses with their grant-making programmes, digital services and other products.

Museum Marketing Relationship Manager
Location: King's Cross, London
Contract length: Full time/Permanent
Salary: £33,000

They are the national fundraising charity for art. They believe that art can make you see, think and feel differently, and through their work they help make art more accessible to as many visitors as possible, wherever they are. They give grants to help museums and galleries acquire works of art for their collections, share them with wide audiences, and support the training and professional development of curators. They are supported by their growing membership of 130,000 through the National Art Pass, as well as the generosity of many trusts, foundations and other individuals.

Head of Visitor Experience, IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUMS 

The Head of Visitor Experience has the crucial role of being the overall Visitor Champion at the IWM, possessing the knowledge and understanding needed about visitor requirements and able to seamlessly join that to our organisational objectives to find the most beneficial way forward. Visitors provide a key income stream for the IWM, so ensuring that they have the best experience at our sites and that this maximises our income both on the day and longer term, is critical for success. This role will ensure that the experience of our visitors is mapped, measured and any barriers to a great visit are minimised.

Designing offline and online services that work holistically for the whole customer experience is critical. The Head of Visitor Experience will collaborate with digital and marketing teams to ensure that IWM captures good quality insights into the pre and post visit experience both online and offline, and works with those teams to ensure we design seamless customer experiences. Online experiences should feel unified with our on the ground offer, giving people planning a visit what they need and working actively to develop a longer-term relationship with visitors. Recommendations from those who had a great time (both online and word of mouth) are essential to IWM generating the income needed from our visitors. The Head of Visitor Experience will proactively look for ways to increase income and reduce costs to ensure financial sustainability.