Required for Birmingham’s unique Pen Museum.
To provide day-to-day management of operations.
Oversee all facilities and play a major role in supporting its strategic development.
Salary: £30,000 per annum (Pro Rata).
Part Time Position: 22.5 hours per week.
Closing Date: 07 November 2021
Our Museum is at an exciting stage in its history thanks to support from Arts Council England and other funders.
A volunteer led Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) an Accredited Museum and a recipient of a Queens Award for Voluntary Service. We are looking for an experienced museum professional to help it move forward and to grow. Whilst working towards a fully sustainable Museum.
The Museum promotes and preserves the important legacy of Birmingham’s pen trade. Which, at its height employed an estimated 8,000 workers, of which 70% were women.
Based in a former pen factory constructed in 1863 to manufacture gold pen nibs and situated over three galleries. The Museum accommodates an extensive and unique collection of pens, nibs, machinery and artefacts related to the pen trade.
Exhibition displays complimented by trails, videos and interactive equipment. Helping to bring to life the history of one of Birmingham’s most famous industries.
Creative, enthusiastic people manager with an adaptable, hands-on, can-do approach.
Experience in managing and recruiting volunteers.
Enjoy working with volunteers to help offer our visitors the best possible experience.
Requirements: CV and Covering Letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
To arrange an informal conversation about the role, please contact Andy Munro.
The post is firstly for 12-months with the opportunity to become a permanent post following a successful 12-month period.