The Historic Dockyard Chatham is a remarkable place. Remarkable people made it the place it is today and we need remarkable people to join us to help deliver the next chapter of our story – as lead partner in the Arts Council England Kent Medway Museum NPO partnership. Working with museums in Canterbury, Rochester and Tunbridge Wells we aim to work together to deliver excellence in the use of our collections to inspire learning, creativity and wellbeing.
Two new posts will be based at The Historic Dockyard Chatham, the most complete dockyard from the Age of Sail to survive anywhere in the world and one of Britain’s leading maritime heritage destinations and museums.
To coordinate day to day delivery and reporting of the Kent Medway Museum NPO Partnership programme of activities in accordance with the partnership’s Funding Agreement with Arts Council England and agreed Business Plan.
You will have experience of coordinating or participating in multi-partner programmes or activities and be able to demonstrate a real interest in working in museums or the wider cultural sector.
To work closely with the trust’s Life Long Learning Manager to develop and deliver Arts focussed school and family learning programmes encouraging young people’s engagement with Arts Award.
You will have an arts background with an appropriate teaching qualification and be able to demonstrate a real enthusiasm for working with children and young people in a museum and heritage setting.