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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

 

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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

Job Vacancy at the Underfall Yard Trust Bristol

News from new ABTEM Member the Underfall Yard Trust who are looking to appoint a Boatyard Manager:

The Underfall Yard Trust wishes to appoint a part-time (4 days pw, Monday to Thursday) Boatyard Manager to run an important historic boatyard on Bristol’s harbourside.

With a busy slipway, nearly twenty units rented by maritime and traditional-skills based businesses, and a visitor centre and café opening in March 2016, these are exciting times for the Underfall Yard. Thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund grant of nearly £3 million, we will be sharing the past and present with 100,000 visitors a year – but equally important is the Yard’s future as a growing boatyard with superb services for the maritime community.

We need an energetic, enthusiastic Boatyard Manager who will respond to the challenges of this important site, working with tenants, colleagues, volunteers and visitors to ensure that this award-winning boatyard business continues to develop.

For more details and a job description see;http://www.jobsinmaritime.com/job/boatyard-manager/  or contact Nicola Dyer, Project Director on 0117 929 3250 or email nicola@underfallboatyard.co.uk. Interviews will take place in Bristol on Tuesday 1st September 2015 Closing date 14th August 2015

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AIM is recruiting a Membership, Marketing and Projects Manager

AIM Blog for independent museums and heritage sites

We are very pleased to announce that we are recruiting a new post of Membership, Marketing and Projects Manager, to start as soon as possible.

Membership, Marketing and Projects Manager

£28,000 to £30,000, Full-time, Working From Home

This is a rare opportunity to join a small, friendly team, in an interesting and varied role, making a practical difference to large and small independent museums and heritage organisations across the UK.

AIM’s membership is at an all-time high. You will be responsible for developing our communications with and services for members, including supplier members, and recruiting new members. You will be AIM’s marketing manager, responsible for all our online communications and the redevelopment of our website. You will also be responsible for developing and delivering some of AIM’s partnerships and projects.

Your strengths will be in building relationships, communicating, engaging people and delivering on commitments.

This is a new position. It will be…

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NEW JOB VACANCY – COVENTRY TRANSPORT MUSEUM

Coventry Transport Museum are looking to recruit a full-time Collections care Technician to join their team that conserve, prepare for display and transport the collection in support of the Museum’s objectives and ambitions. The job requires conservation of the static and display collections to museum standards and sympathetic maintenance of the running collection.

More details are available at: http://www.transport-museum.com/gettinginvolved/WorkAtTheMuseum.aspx

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