Marketing and Impact Officer Job Vacancy at Cornwall Museums Partnership
Salary: £25,000 per annum +4% pension and essential travel allowance
Hours: 37.5 per week – flexible working
We are looking for a creative and organised self-starter who can help us get our message across. This is an exciting opportunity to develop your marketing career with an innovative Cornish charity with a national reputation. If you are a team player with great communication skills and an interest in heritage and culture then we’d love to hear from you.
You can download the Job Description and Application form below.
Closing date for application: 19th February at 5pm. Interviews will be held at Krowji on 28th Feb 2018.
Cornwall Museums Partnership is a charity that exists to help all museums in Cornwall to thrive, for the benefit of everyone living in and visiting Cornwall. We develop and manage collaborative programmes of work which are designed to help museums raise standards, engage with more people and to be sustainable and resilient. We help museums to do the things that some find difficult to do on their own including advocacy, audience development, fundraising and workforce development.
Possible start date: 18/05/2018
Programme duration: 12 months
The successful candidate will be joining our small and supportive team based at Krowji in Redruth. You will be working primarily alongside the finance manager and business development manager to undertake a wide range of duties including:
- Inputting financial information into the bookkeeping system and helping to maintain the accounting records.
- Undertaking general administrative tasks such as filing, photocopying and answering the telephone.
- Managing booking of external events and projects.
- Ordering any stationery or general office supplies that may be required by the team.
- Maintaining data within the new database once it is fully set up.
- Contacting museums to collect data (for example their visitor numbers).
- Supporting the team to run training events when required.
- Undertaking any other work as requested by the team.
You will be expected to manage your own workload so an organised person with good attention to detail would do well. This role will allow you to develop and grow with excellent support from our team. There are opportunities to attend additional training courses or events to learn more about Cornwall’s cultural and heritage sector to further develop your talents.
For a full job description and additional information please download the pdf document below.
Deadline for applications is the 31st of January.
Role: Museum Director
Location: Porthcurno, Cornwall
Salary: in the region of £60,000 dependent on experience
Housed in original cable station buildings and wartime tunnels, Telegraph Museum Porthcurno tells the extraordinary story of the scientists and engineers who, from Victorian times, developed and maintained a world-wide network of undersea telegraph cables. This network formed the blueprint for today’s global fibre network that enables the operation of the internet, the world-wide-web, and international trading.
The Telegraph Museum is an independent, award-winning museum and holds the only nationally Designated Collection and Archive in Cornwall. The Museum is fully-accredited and is administered by the Porthcurno Collections Trust, a registered charity. Within the last few years the Museum has benefitted from almost £3 million investment to improve its exhibitions, visitor experience and buildings – and to create a new learning and archive centre housing its Designated Collection. We are building on the previous investment through a current gallery development programme in the wartime tunnels supported by DCMS Wolfson, Arts Council England, The Pilgrim Trust, Royal Academy of Engineering, and Rank Prize Funds.
The museum are seeking to appoint a new Museum Director to provide strategic direction and administrative and financial leadership for the organisation. He or she should aspire to support staff and volunteers to provide an exceptional experience for visitors of all ages. The Director will also have overall responsibility for the designated Archive which houses documents and memorabilia that record the history of communications dating back to the 1870’s.
Candidates must be able to provide evidence of fundraising experience, project management and successful delivery of programmes. They must also be able to demonstrate an ability to maintain excellent financial control.
Please download our application form and candidate brief for further information and to submit your application. Candidates may also be interested in our museum overview.
Contact Gareth Parry (Chair of Trustees) at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Closing date for applications: Thursday 8th February 2018.