Work at the museum

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Current vacancies

Trusts and Foundations Officer

The Design Museum is seeking to appoint an exceptional Trusts and Foundations Officer who will be responsible for approaching, securing and managing a small portfolio of trusts and foundations as well as working with the Development Manager in building relationships, developing new funding opportunities and initiatives and working on a broad range of funding proposals.

Salary: Up to £24,000 dependant on experience
Holidays: 25 days per annum
Hours: Full-time

Closing date for applications: Monday 3 November 2014, 10:00
Interviews: Week commencing 17 November 2014

Producer: Public Programmes

The role of Producer: Public Programmes brings the museum’s creative programme to life, devising, managing and delivering a vibrant, innovative and revenue generating programme of activities for the museum’s public and professional audiences, both in the galleries and digitally. As the museum grows towards the new Design Museum in Kensington, this key role will lay the groundwork for an expanded public programme with partnership at the core.

Salary: £28 - £30k, pro rata, dependant on experience
Holidays: 25 days pro-rata
Hours: Part-time, Annual Hours,1664 hours per annum including holidays, excluding breaks (0.8, an average of 4 days a week).

Closing date for applications: Thursday 13 November 2014, 17:00
Interviews: Week commencing Thursday 20 November 2014

Learning Administrator

This role provides comprehensive administrative support for the Learning Department. As the first port of call for colleagues within the museum and for learning audiences, this post requires a resourceful, energetic individual with excellent communication skills. By providing support, coordinating activity and sharing information, this post will support the smooth-running of the department. In addition, in preparation for the museum’s move to Kensington in 2016, the Learning Administrator will be responsible for developing new systems to manage bookings, data capture, reporting and event management on behalf of the department.

Salary: £18,000
Holidays: 25 days
Hours: Full time (40 hours per week)

Closing date for applications: Monday 17 November 2014, 12:00
Interviews: Wednesday 26 November 2014