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Minimum age to work Museum of London: Age limit is 16 years or older.
Working Time: Varies depending on the position.
Available Positions: Educator, Guard, Membership administrator, Business manager, Assistant Treasure Registrar
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Join the Museum of London and your skills, abilities and experiences will help to achieve mission to inspire a passion for London.
You might be re-interpreting the story of London through our ever-changing collection of artefacts; working to organise educational, corporate, or fundraising activities; digitising our collections and managing new web-based projects; or conserving rare finds dug up by Museum of London Archaeology.
What they offer
- A commitment to training and development including a two day induction event and management training
- Performance management within a structured framework to encourage and develop our staff
- A Local Government Pension Scheme
- Up to 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
- Interest-free travel loans to assist in the purchase of season tickets and bicycles (subject to eligibility)
- Free entry and reduced ticket prices for a wide range of UK museums and galleries
- Discounts at our cafes and shops
About Museum of London
The Museum of London documents the history of London from prehistoric to modern times. The museum is located on London Wall, close to the Barbican Centre as part of the striking Barbican complex of buildings created in the 1960s and 1970s as an innovative approach to re-development within a bomb-damaged area of the City of London.
It is a few minutes’ walk north of St Paul’s Cathedral, overlooking the remains of the Roman city wall and on the edge of the oldest part of London, now its main financial district. It is primarily concerned with the social history of London and its inhabitants throughout time. The museum is jointly controlled and funded by the City of London Corporation and the Greater London Authority.
The museum is the largest urban history collection in the world, with more than six million objects. It hosts more than one million visitors each year.
In March 2015, the museum announced plans to move from its Barbican site to nearby Smithfield Market. The move, contingent upon raising an estimated £70 million, is planned to be complete by 2021.