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Industrial Heritage Support Officer Role Advertised:

The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, in Shropshire, is one of the World’s most entrepreneurial independent museums and an international leader in the field of industrial heritage conservation & interpretation.

In partnership with English Heritage, the Association of Independent Museums and the Association for Industrial Archaeology, applications are invited for the following position of Industrial Heritage Support Officer.

Salary £c.27k, until 31 March 2020, Fixed Term Post, based at Coalbrookdale, Shropshire

The post-holder will deliver a national strategy providing England-wide support to improve the capacity, sustainability and conservation standards of preserved industrial sites with public access. They will maintain and create networks of relevant stakeholders and grant providers that is sustainable beyond the life of the project.   They will identify support mechanisms and sources of funding along with community groups & volunteers who could be engaged with the long-term care of the identified sites. The role would suit a graduate, museums or heritage professional who has experience of either the conservation, management or operation of heritage sites, ideally industrial in focus, knowledge of appropriate funding streams and experience of setting up support networks.

 Applicants for this position must hold a full driving licence and have access to their own transport.

 Applications are by covering letter and application form, closing date Tuesday 6 March 2018, 9:00am.

 To request a Job Description and application form please contact Roger Clark, HR Officer at the e-mail address below.  Please note that it is Museum’s policy not to accept CV’s.

Roger Clark, HR Officer, e-mail: recruitment@ironbridge.org.uk

The IRONBRIDGE GORGE MUSEUMS Coach Road Coalbrookdale Telford Shropshire TF8 7DQ. Tel:  01952 435900 www.ironbridge.org.uk

 

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Job Vacancy: Industrial Heritage Support Officer

Details of a vacancy offered by the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust.

In partnership with English Heritage, the Association of Independent Museums and the Association for Industrial Archaeology, applications are invited for the following position:

INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE SUPPORT OFFICER

Salary £c.27k, until 31 March 2020, Fixed Term Post, based at Coalbrookdale, Shropshire

The post-holder will deliver a national strategy providing England-wide support to improve the capacity, sustainability and conservation standards of preserved industrial sites with public access. They will maintain and create networks of relevant stakeholders and grant providers that is sustainable beyond the life of the project.   They will identify support mechanisms and sources of funding along with community groups & volunteers who could be engaged with the long-term care of the identified sites. The role would suit a graduate, museums or heritage professional who has experience of either the conservation, management or operation of heritage sites, ideally industrial in focus, knowledge of appropriate funding streams and experience of setting up support networks.

 Applicants for this position must hold a full driving licence and have access to their own transport.

 Applications are by covering letter and application form, closing date Monday 15 January 2018, 9:00am.

 To request a Job Description and application form please contact Roger Clark, HR Officer at the e-mail address below.

Please note C.V.s are not acceptable. Previous applicants need not apply.

Roger Clark, HR Officer, e-mail: recruitment@ironbridge.org.uk

The IRONBRIDGE GORGE MUSEUMS Coach Road Coalbrookdale Telford Shropshire TF8 7DQ

Tel:  01952 435900 www.ironbridge.org.uk

We welcome applications from all sections of the community. Applicants with the appropriate skills and abilities will be guaranteed an interview if they have a disability.

 

Job Vacancy at MOSI

Details of a new job at the Manchester Museum of Science & Industry (closing date 31st May 2017):

“With world-class collections at the heart of our museums,our curatorial and research team are committed to delivering a sustainable,accessible and interactive museum offering by improving the management of our objects – allowing us to be accessible and open for all.

We are looking for an Assistant Curator to join the team here at The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, on a fixed term basis, to support curators with collections management, research and access.

As part of an important task force which underpins the care of our objects you will also work to enhance our collections information,promoting the use of our collections whilst assisting independent researchers and higher education groups with their enquiries – inspiring futures through STEM.

You will also work with a passion to grow the ‘science capital’ of visitors and colleagues by providing tours of galleries and stores,sharing authentic stories with varied and diverse audiences.

In this role you will be offered a competitive salary alongside a number of excellent benefits including generous holidays the option to join one of our rewarding pension schemes.

If you have an enthusiastic interest in working with science and technology collections we would love to hear from you!”

Interviews will be held on 14th June 2017.

To apply and to view a full job description, please view the vacancy information pack.

Job Vacancy at Merseyside Maritime Museum

A vacancy at National Museums Liverpool is currently being advertised for the post of Conservator (Urban Land Transport & Engineering) working as part of the Shipkeeping and Engineering team at the Merseyside Maritime Museum.

Details are available at:

https://www.cloudonlinerecruitment.co.uk/NML/VacancyDetails.aspx?VacancyID=326

 

JOB VACANCY – COVENTRY TRANSPORT MUSEUM

News of a new job vacancy at Coventry Transport Museum:

Collections Care Technician

The museum is advertising a fantastic and rare opportunity for an experienced vehicle maintenance technician with a real passion for the history of the motor vehicle and their conservation.  As the successful candidate will be spending a significant amount of time working on the conservation, restoration and maintenance of historic vehicles, held by Coventry Transport Museum on behalf of Coventry City Council.

Working as part of a team of technicians, and under the supervision of the Curator of Vehicles & Motorcycles, the suitable candidate will be required to utilise their detailed knowledge of the workings of modern and historic motorised vehicles.  Undertaking research, developing and maintaining records on the collections, and ensuring we meet the required standards for our designated collection, both as part of our displays as well as in museum stores.

The closing date for applications is: 15th January 2017

More information from: http://www.transport-museum.com/join_and_support/work_at_the_museum.aspx

Project Manager Opportunity at Crofton

News of  an opportunity at Crofton Beam Engines:

The Kennet and Avon Canal Trust, the owners of Crofton Beam Engines, have applied to the Heritage Lottery Fund towards the cost of capital works to secure the future integrity of the site and a programme of interpretation and activities to improve its attraction. The estimated total project costs are over £800,000. The Project Manager will be responsible for commissioning and managing surveys, design work, budget and programmes, co-ordinating and assisting with the preparation of the main HLF application. The part-time post will commence in September this year for a period of around 10 months. You will have experience in heritage building projects, organizational and communication skills, involving HLF funding.

For full details please contact Jean Cook at office.manager@katrust.org.uk Applications must be received by 4:00pm on Friday 26 August with your daily fee schedule, CV and supporting letter. The Kennet and Avon Canal Trust, Couch Lane, Devizes, Wilts. SN10 1EB Tel: 01380 721279 Charity number 209206