Transformed through a £23.75 million investment, the Museum’s mission is to connect people with the British Army and its soldiers. Through five new galleries the public can explore what it’s like to be a soldier, why we fought in conflicts (past and present), and discover British society’s relationship with the Army.
Closing date: 20 September 2019, 12pm (noon)
We are seeking to appoint a Public Programmes Assistant to support the delivery of workshops, tours, talks, lectures, courses, and special events, and assist with their set-up. The post-holder will also have a key role to play in the organisation of the Volunteer Tour Guides Programme.
Experience of delivering public programmes and activities within heritage attractions, museums or galleries is desirable.
Closing date: 1 September 2019, 5pm
We are seeking to appoint an Exhibitions Manager who will lead on the co-ordination, implementation and management of the Museum’s exhibitions programme. This will include the special exhibitions programme and permanent gallery refinement programme. The Exhibitions Manager will be primarily responsible for driving the development of the Museum’s exhibitions programme, including an annual special exhibition (500m2), and a regularly changing smaller exhibition space as well as other displays in line with the Museum’s mission. The post-holder will also be responsible for managing three designers.
Proven experience of planning, leading and delivering quality and inclusive internal and off-site exhibitions and displays within agreed parameters, and working with County/Regional Military Museums are both essential.
Due to the high volume of applications that we receive, we are unable to acknowledge receipt (unless specifically requested) or provide information on why an applicant has not been shortlisted.
Therefore, if you have not heard back from us within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful. However, we are grateful for the interest you have shown.Application guidance notes Rewards and benefits
The National Army Museum employs staff in all of the specialist areas relating to our collections: Curatorial and Collections Management, Digital, Exhibitions and Interpretation, Learning, Photography and Image Library, and Public Programmes.
In addition, we have staff providing other services including Commercial and Visitor Experience, Computer and Technical Services, Development Fundraising, Facilities, Finance and Administration, Human Resources, Marketing and Communications, and Records Management.
The Museum employs around 80 members of staff in both full and part-time positions, who are located either in the Museum at Chelsea, or at our purpose-built storage and conservation facility at Stevenage. A team of volunteers supports our work.