National Programmes Coordinator, Natural History Museum
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16 May 2022
Natural History Museum
National Programmes Manager
Closing deadline for applications 16th May 2022.
National Programmes play a significant role in enabling the museum to achieve its ambition to engage and involve the widest possible audience. Through our partnerships and collaborative projects, we aim to build a thriving future for people and planet by connecting communities, museums and collections across the UK to real world societal and environmental challenges. We aim to support audiences to build scientific skills, increase engagement with current scientific research on nature and the environment, and catalyse action for the planet.
The National Programmes Coordinator will be central to the operation of our ambitious programmes. The post will provide administrative and delivery support for our projects that build relationships with schools, teachers, community groups, and other natural history museums and cultural organisations across the UK. In addition, the post will work closely with several departments within the museum to strengthen our activity and its reach, in particular Learning & Audiences, Science, Finance and Digital Media & Marketing teams.
The successful candidate will be highly organised and have experience of administration of learning programmes, public events or other similar activities, as well as experience of partnership working, including relationship building. They will have an understanding of working with a range of audiences and be a confident and clear communicator with colleagues, external partners, and the public. An understanding of STEM learning activities, interest in contributing to creative development of new learning content and a demonstrated interest in natural science or science-related topics is desirable.
Full details and how to apply for the role can be found here.