Job opportunities (9.9.2022)
Curator of Later Italian, Spanish and French Paintings
The National Gallery is looking for a Curator of Later Italian, Spanish and French Paintings. The curator seeks and recommends relevant new acquisitions and loans, and acts as the curatorial lead on exhibitions, collection displays and gallery refurbishment projects. The curator will participate in the Gallery's 'NG200' programme for its bicentenary in 2024, including 'The Main Event', 'National Treasures' and 'NG 200 for 200' projects.
Senior Marketing Manager, THE ENGLISH HERITAGE TRUST
We are looking for an experienced, innovative and strategic Senior Marketing Manager to lead our North and Midlands Marketing team and drive visitors to some of England's most iconic heritage sites from Hadrian's Wall to Kenilworth Castle and Audley End House.
This is an exciting role that will allow you to develop our marketing plans, oversee tactical delivery and shape our product and site development. You will be a senior member of the Visitor Marketing team and work closely with colleagues in our South, Stonehenge, Travel Trade and Education marketing teams, as well our central campaign planners.
Close working with our Content and Membership Marketing teams as well as our PR and Data and Insight teams ensures collaborative working and support from across the wider Marketing function.
You will be responsible for overseeing a team of Marketing Managers, Social and Content Execs and PR Managers who deliver engaging owned, earned and paid channel content and ensuring we achieve our ambitious visitor targets. You will help shape our national campaigns, have responsibility for visitor budgeting and forecasting, and help shape our site improvement schemes.
You will act as a key contact between the wider Marketing department and the site operational teams and Commercial and Curatorial contacts.
You will be based in our York office with the option of home or hybrid working. You will need to be able to travel to sites as needed, with occasional nights away from home.
Everyone is welcome at English Heritage and we are always looking for people who reflect the diversity of the country today, to help us make it more relevant to the diversity of the people, communities and places we serve. From remote sites to inner city monuments, from regional teams to our Head Office, the diversity of our teams is critical to making sure our heritage is inclusive, exciting and accessible.
We continually look for new ways to promote the past in a way that is inclusive to all and that celebrates the cultural diversity of England's heritage. By joining English Heritage, you will be part of a charity that is already on an exciting journey to tell everyone's story.
You'll find it's a workplace like no other - taking you behind the scenes of these extraordinary sites and supporting you to share your ideas, inspire others and make a difference.
By joining us, you'll enjoy the rewards of a great team environment in inspiring locations, helping to make our sites a wonderful place to visit. You'll also be joining our charity, which through our 400+ historic monuments, buildings and sites, brings the story of England to life for over 10 million visitors each year.
- The opportunity to progress your career within the heritage sector;
- Apprenticeship opportunities
- Subscriptions to professional bodies
- Free access to all English Heritage sites for you another adult and up to 6 children (under 18 in the family group)
- 25% discount in our shops and cafes;
- Enhanced Maternity/Paternity/Shared Parental leave
- 25 days holiday plus Bank Holidays pro rata rising to 28 days after 3 years, with the option to buy additional leave
- Matched pension contributions up to a maximum of 10% which can be paid via salary exchange or salary deduction
- Flexible hours
Digital Engagement Manager, THE POSTAL MUSEUM
The Postal Museum is one of the newest and most exciting museum in London. We opened in 2017 and have already established the museum as a must-visit destination with award-winning experiences and marketing campaigns. Alongside hands-on exhibitions exploring over 500 years of British social and communications history, visitors can experience a subterranean ride through the tunnels of the old Post Office Underground Railway - Mail Rail.
The museum welcomes over 160,000 visitors and our online content reaches almost a million users a year. We deliver award-winning learning, access and outreach programmes and provide unique experiences including popular Tunnel Walks under the streets of London. The museum also operates a children's playspace - Sorted - popular with young families and schools. Alongside all this we offer one of the most unique venues in London for corporate hire and filming locations.
PURPOSE OF THE JOB
This is a great opportunity to make your mark at a young museum at an exciting time in its development. The Marketing and Communications team is responsible for developing the museum's physical and online audiences through targeted campaigns, excellent online content, PR opportunities, brand development and online community management.
The Digital Engagement Manager leads on engaging our audiences through the end-to-end customer journey. This includes management of our web development agency, playing a leading editorial role in digital content and working closely with the Ticketing and Insights Manager to deliver the best experience for visitors. Working closely with the Marketing Manager, the role ensures that campaigns are integrated, tracked and analysed and that customer data is managed and used appropriately.
Crucially, the role works with teams across the museum to creatively showcase our unique experience and collection, our award-winning programmes and our exciting programme of exhibitions and events online.
The job holder can work predominantly remotely, working from the museum on average 1-2 days a week. There's great scope for development within the role, based on the skills and interests of the right candidate.
The post reports to the Head of Marketing and Communications and is responsible for the Designer/ Web Editor, who works closely with the Web Manager to deliver improvements to the website, manage Google Ads and deliver integrated, design-led campaigns.
Senior Learning Curator, Young Peoples Programmes
We are looking for a Senior Learning Curator, Young People's Programmes to lead an ambitious creative learning programme for diverse young audiences at Tate Britain and Tate Modern.
You will be responsible for setting the strategic direction of young people's programmes and lead a team to develop innovative and high quality creative learning experiences for young people aged 15-30. You will contribute to embedding co-production practices with young people at Tate, and a holistic offer of public programme and digital communications for Tate Collective, Tate's free-to-join membership scheme for young people aged 16-25.
To be successful in the role you will have extensive experience of devising creative learning experiences with and for young people. You will have experience of leading a busy team, and working in complex environments with multiple teams and partners. You'll be a confident communicator and be able advocate for young peoples programmes and creative learning at Tate and beyond.
Tate aims to attract and retain talented people from all backgrounds. We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian, ethnic minority, and/or disabled applicants as these groups are currently underrepresented in the cultural sector and in the Learning department.
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.
For more information and to apply, please visit our website via the "Apply on website" button below.
The closing date for the submission of completed application forms is 26 September 2022 by midnight.
Head of Marketing and Audience Development, WORTHING THEATRES & MUSEUM
The opportunity has arisen for WTM to seek a highly skilled and experienced individual to join us as our new Head of Marketing and Audience Development. This is an exciting era of creativity for WTM with ambitious plans to develop the cultural offer.
This role will suit a candidate who is committed to culture with innovative ideas, a proven track record in dramatically increasing ticket sales, skilled and experienced in the use of digital platforms, analytics and social media and with a strong understanding of the importance of community engagement.
You will lead on developing the marketing strategy alongside hands-on delivery of campaigns to achieve sales targets for live events, film, workshops and support of the trading activities.
The Head of Marketing is a member of the Senior Management Team reporting to the Creative Director & CEO and advising the Exec and Board on marketing and engagement strategy.
- WTM offers a positive and supportive workplace providing an environment where both differences and what we have in common are celebrated. We engage with responsible and respectful working practices and empower our team to shape and deliver WTM's key objectives with integrity. WTM opposes all forms of discrimination.