A man and woman hold a small black pot

Opportunity: Museum, Galleries and Heritage Programme Manager

Due to the departure of Anna Fineman for a new role at UCL, VocalEyes is looking for a Programme Manager to run our Museums, Galleries and Heritage Programme. The successful candidate will have excellent project management, communication and relationship development skills. Reporting to the Chief Executive, you will be self-motivated, resourceful and have a passion for access and inclusion in the arts and heritage.

Post: Museums, Galleries and Heritage Programme Manager

Reporting To: Chief Executive

Salary: £27,000-£32,000

Starting: February 2022 (negotiable)

Full time. We expect the successful candidate to work 2-3 days a week in our London SE1 office, with home working on other days.

Pension: NEST. Employer contribution 7.5%, employee contribution min. 0.5%

Annual Leave: 22 days plus Christmas closure (working days between Christmas Day and New Year’s Day are given as leave on top of allowance) and statutory public holidays. ½ day cultural leave each quarter, for individual to attend cultural event or venue.

Full details in the Job Description attached below.

Deadline for application: Wednesday 26 January 2022, 12 noon

Interviews will be held via Teams or Zoom in the week commencing Monday 31 January 2022.

Please send a CV including contact details for two referees, cover letter and completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to Matthew Cock, Chief Executive ([email protected]). The cover letter should be no longer than 500 words and detail your skills and experiences in relation to the key responsibilities and requirements listed in the job description.

These should be sent as Word Documents (not PDF) as attachments to an email to [email protected] by Wednesday 26 January 2022

VocalEyes is an equal opportunities employer. We celebrate and promote diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. No person applying to work with VocalEyes shall receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status or civil partnership, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, religion or belief, responsibility for dependants or spent unrelated criminal convictions.

We particularly encourage applications from D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent candidates, and people of colour, who are currently under-represented in the arts, culture and heritage workforce.

We will interview all D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent applicants who meet the essential Person Specification criteria, and provide any access requirements needed at interview. Please indicate in your covering letter if you are eligible for guaranteed interview.

All enquiries about this role and the MGH Programme to [email protected].

Image: Handling session at the British Museum. A seated woman and man both hold a pot. Copyright Trustees of the British Museum and Benedict Johnson