Community Manager
25 May, 2018
Summer Placement Opportunity at Chelmsford Museum

You might have heard by now that Chelmsford Museum is changing. If not, where have you been? Find out all about it here.

With change comes new opportunities, and the latest is that of a Museum Events Assistant (summer placement), whose role will be to support the preparation and delivery of summer events as well as to provide administrative support to the Curatorial and Learning team.

In other words, getting events ready, helping run activities, and supporting the team with administration. This will be at events across Chelmsford Museum in Oaklands Park, Sandford Mill and possibly even other city locations.

The team are looking for someone in the penultimate or final year of an undergraduate degree, but will also consider recent graduates for the role. Like in most jobs, the ideal individual will have a positive attitude, good interpersonal skills and the ability to use their own initiative, among other qualities.

What you can expect from working at Chelmsford Museum? Sammy Oxford, Outreach & Activity Officer, says: “Chelmsford Museum is going through a really exciting period of change, it’s the perfect time to get involved! We’re a small team with big ideas, and no two days are ever the same. If you’re looking for a supportive, engaging and creative working environment then make sure you apply!”

Be quick, the application deadline is midnight, Thursday 31st May 2018. Find the application here.

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