Museum Curator

"Museum Curator"

The Museum of Richmond Salary £29,000 per annum Hours of work: 36 hours per week including regular Saturday working We are looking for an energetic and highly motivated person to take on the management and development of the Museum of Richmond. You should have excellent interpersonal skills and be committed to leading a well-loved local museum (a charity) with regular  Read more →

Marketing, Development and Relationship Manager

"Marketing, Development and Relationship Manager"

Black Cultural Archives Salary: £31,000 per annum. Permanent Black Cultural Archives (BCA) is seeking a dynamic, highly motivated and experienced professional to expand BCA’s marketing capability, and devise creative promotional strategies as it works to deliver the UK’s first National Black Heritage Centre, in Spring 2014. You will work closely with the Director and internal stakeholders to promote BCA’s learning  Read more →

Deputy Director (Operations and Finance)

"Deputy Director (Operations and Finance)"

Black Cultural Archives Salary: £40 – £42,000 per annum. Permanent This is a unique opportunity for a highly motivated and able professional who is comfortable with strategic and operational responsibilities and is confident to advocate on behalf of BCA’s mission. Candidates essentially should have: Knowledge of business planning, financial controls and efficient reporting of technical, financial and organisational plans to  Read more →

Audience Inclusion Officer

"Audience Inclusion Officer"

An advert for the following position has just been placed on the GEM website: Job Title            Audience Inclusion Officer Organisation      Royal Museums Greenwich Location            London Salary/Fee         Up to £28,250 per annum, pro rata Type                  Part-time: three days per week Closing date       Friday 8 March 2013 Please visit http://www.gem.org.uk/jobads/jobads_menu.html for more details of this and other job ads.

Learning Assistant (part time)

"Learning Assistant (part time)"

Florence Nightingale Museum Line Manager: Learning & Access Manager Job Type: Part time Salary: £20,000 pro rata (2 days a week) Contract: Maternity Cover – 8 months contract (with a possibility of extension) Florence Nightingale Museum is a small and friendly museum with an enthusiastic and hardworking team. We are currently recruiting for a Learning Assistant to working two days  Read more →

Learning Co-ordinator: Schools & Families

"Learning Co-ordinator: Schools & Families"

Purpose of Job: To develop and deliver a programme of artist-led workshops and resources for schools and families.  Employment status: 6 Month Fixed term contract. Part time, 21 hours per week to include Monday evening Salary: £20,000 pro rata The Post: The Learning Co-ordinator is responsible for developing, administering and evaluating the Museum’s workshops and self-led resources for schools and  Read more →

The Connect10 voting now open: Support London Museums’ to bring a contemporary artist to their venue

"The Connect10 voting now open: Support London Museums’ to bring a contemporary artist to their venue"

The finalists for Connect10 have been selected and voting is now open! There 9 museums in London competing for 5 different artists. The venues competing for each artist are (to vote for your local or favourite London museum click on the artists’ name below): Jake and Dinos Chapman: Barts Pathology Museum in London; Cheltenham Art Gallery; Jerwood Gallery, Hastings and the  Read more →

New LMG Blogs go live

"New LMG Blogs go live"

This month LMG have teamed up with Nina Simon, Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History and author of The Participatory Museum to co-publish the blog Radical Collaboration | Tools for Partnering with Community Members. Nina designs and researches participatory museum experiences and this blog, written by her two colleagues, acts as a toolkit for anyone looking  Read more →

Places available on Volunteer and Volunteer Management Training

"Places available on Volunteer and Volunteer Management Training"

There are still a few places remaining on volunteer and volunteer management training taking place over the next few weeks. Workshops with places remaining are: Disability Awareness training-Friday 1st March-2-5 pm-MOL Docklands- 7 places available This course will tackle some of the assumptions people have about people with disabilities.  It will cover disability etiquette and language, the Disability Discrimination Act  Read more →

Places still available on Free Energy Efficiency and Environmental Monitoring workshop

"Places still available on Free Energy Efficiency and Environmental Monitoring workshop"

Tuesday 26 March • Activity Space 2, The Clore Learning Centre, Museum of London As part of the Accreditation Plus training programme this workshop will focus on how museums can care for their collections and buildings whilst also responding energy efficiency agendas. Cultural heritage is sensitive to the rising costs and significance of energy, which will affect how buildings and  Read more →

The London Screen Archives Calendar ‘App’ – Invite and Overview

"The London Screen Archives Calendar ‘App’ – Invite and Overview"

Why are we doing this? The LSA Calendar ‘App’ is a new opportunity to show film from the LSA network to the public, reaching potentially new, large audiences online and promoting the individual collections. It also links us into the larger network of Regional Film Archives, with whom we will collaborate on a national version of the calendar. What is  Read more →

Data protection: Compliance without headaches

"Data protection: Compliance without headaches"

A practical workshop exploring how to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, with particular regard to the Arts & Heritage sector. When: 12 April 2013 Where: The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 16 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3JA Cost: £120 (£80 unwaged) Organised by: The recordsmanagementconsultancy Facilitators: Charlotte Brunskill, Archivist & Records Manager at the Paul  Read more →

Collections Delivering Health Outcomes

"Collections Delivering Health Outcomes"

The UK Medical Collections Group Thackray Museum, Beckett Street, Leeds, LS9 7LN Tuesday 5 March 2013, 10am-4pm This conference will explore the impact of collections on health and well-being and the ways in which museums can evidence their contribution to health agendas. How can museums evidence the impact of their health and well-being work in a way that is meaningful  Read more →

Documentation Workshop – Vote on what we should include

"Documentation Workshop – Vote on what we should include"

Do you have tricky documentation issues? On Tuesday 14 May 2013 the Regional Museum Development team are running a workshop as part of the Accreditation Plus training programme on documentation. We would like to tailor the workshop to the areas of documentation that you feel you need support with (such as dealing with backlogs or documentation planning). Please vote on  Read more →

Radical Collaboration | Tools for Partnering with Community Members

"Radical Collaboration | Tools for Partnering with Community Members"

This guest post was written by my incredible colleagues, Stacey Marie Garcia and Emily Hope Dobkin, with minimal input from me. It started as a handout for a session Stacey and I are doing at the California Association of Museums, and then I realised it was so darn useful that it was worth sharing with all of you. Can’t wait  Read more →