Last week we announced the news that the Museum had been successful in securing a grant from Arts Council England to deliver ‘Suffrage in Egham: History through the Arts‘.  We are now looking to recruit two key roles to join the Project Team and help us to co-ordinate this exciting and engagement programme.

Cultural Engagement Officer

The Cultural Engagement Officer will co-ordinate and deliver all ‘History through the Arts’ activities (which will need to be developed), manage interns and volunteers, research and curate the pop-up exhibition, head up the marketing, and support co-ordination of other Activity Plan tasks, working closely with the Museum Curator and other partners. He/she will also have delegated responsibility for elements of the budget.

View the full BRIEF here.

This role is offered as a freelance contract, and the individual will need to be registered with HMRC and manage their own tax and NI contributions.  The total amount available for the contract is £16,000, and will run from June 2017 – June 2018.

To apply, please send your CV and a Covering Letter detailing:

  • how your previous experience, skills and knowledge will help you to deliver this project
  • your methodology/way of working and how this would meet the project requirements
  • confirmed willingness to provide relevant public/professional liability insurances

Please email your CV and Covering Letter by 12pm, Tuesday 30th May 2017 to Sarah Corn, Curator on curator@eghammuseum.org.  Electronic applications only please.

Interviews, will take place on Friday 2nd June 2017.  These may be carried out by telephone or Skype.

 

Evaluator

Egham Museum is looking to appoint a freelancer to provide evaluation services for our ‘Suffrage in Egham’ project.  The project will last a year and it is anticipated that the evaluator will work as required according to key milestones.

View the full BRIEF here.

This role is offered as a freelance contract, and the individual will need to be registered with HMRC and manage their own tax and NI contributions.  The total amount available for the contract is £6,000, and will run from June 2017 – June 2018.

To apply, please outline how you would approach the work detailed in this brief, including:

  • how your previous experience, skills and knowledge will help you to deliver this project
  • details on your methodology to deliver this project to meet the requirements
  • a breakdown of how the delivery of the project would meet the defined timetable, including scheduled payments
  • confirmed willingness to provide relevant public/professional/employers’ liabilities insurances (if applicable).

Please email your proposal, with an outline of your cost, by 12pm, Tuesday 30th May to Sarah Corn, Curator, curator@eghammuseum.org.  Electronic applications only please.

Interviews, if appropriate, will take place on Friday 2nd June 2017.  These may be carried out by telephone or Skype.

 

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