Tullie House is a leading regional museum that cares for many outstanding collections of national importance covering art, archaeology, natural history, local and social history as well subjects that cross these disciplines.
The building has been a museum since 1893, when it opened in combination with an art school and library; today the Tullie name symbolises heritage, art, creativity and quality. Tullie House is a well-known and much loved museum; it also has strong local support and benefits from an increasingly high national profile.
We like to think that our museum is a special and unique place, both for our dedicated staff and our many visitors. We have a manifesto that provides a strong and vibrant vision for our museum, but we cannot deliver any of our ambitions without knowledgeable, experienced and passionate staff – without them we wouldn’t be the success that we are.
Andrew Mackay - Museum Director
Curatorial Trainee (Archaeology)
£18,070 (37 hours) | Fixed Term 2 years
Thanks to generous funding from the Headley Trust, Tullie House is able to offer a 2-year curatorial traineeship working with our nationally important archaeology collections. The core purpose of this role is to provide the post-holder, through on-the-job training, with the skills and experience to effectively curate and manage a large and varied archaeology collection.
As part of this role, you will play an active part in the day-to-day life of the curatorial department, focusing on our British archaeology collections. This will include collections management, display and exhibitions, and public engagement. You will also have the opportunity to support work in other areas of the museum, including learning, outreach, events, fundraising, visitor experience and marketing. You will have regular CPD and training opportunities, both inhouse and external. You will be supported by a mentor and a line manager, who will work with you to develop suitable projects and training.
If you are inspired by the role and would like to apply for the position, please familiarise yourself with the Job Description as part of the application pack which can be downloaded below and return a completed application form to Helen Askew, HR & Volunteer Advisor at email@example.com by Friday 16th February 2018.
Interviews will be held at Tullie House, Tuesday 27th March 2018.
If you would like to discuss the role please contact Gabrielle Heffernan, Curatorial Manager on 01228 618785 (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Helen Askew HR & Volunteer Advisor on 01228 618779.
Current Volunteering Opportunities:
Herbarium Collections Volunteers
Morning at the Museum Assistant
Family Learning Volunteer
Lunchtime Lecture Co-ordinator
Youth Group Facilitator
Tullie Time Traveller Facilitator
For information on the above volunteer opportunities please click on the below link to find out more!