We are a world-class visitor attraction and leading science research centre. We use the Museum’s unique collections and our unrivalled expertise to tackle the biggest challenges facing the world today. We care for more than 80 million objects spanning billions of years and welcome more than five million visitors annually and 16 million visits to our website.
Today the Museum is more relevant and influential than ever. By attracting people from a range of backgrounds to work for us, we can continue to look at the world with fresh eyes and find new ways of doing things.
We employ 900 staff in a variety of roles, all united by our vision of a future where people and planet thrive. We need everyone to have the passion and drive to help us with our mission to create advocates for our planet and inspire millions to care about the natural world.
Diversity and inclusion matter to us.
Our vision is of a future where both people and the planet thrive. Diversity is one of our core values and we strive to build a workplace where everyone feels a sense of belonging. All new staff who join us learn about the importance of diversity and inclusion to the Museum and how to contribute to creating an inclusive environment.
We know we have more to do, but we are committed to ensuring that everyone who works at the Museum feels they can thrive and feel valued and respected.
About the role
This Learning Producer role is crucial to helping the Natural History Museum realise our aim of making our collections and science accessible to the widest possible audiences. Responsible for delivering and growing ‘Dawnosaurs’, our popular early morning event programme for neurodiverse children (funded by the Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation), this role will also work on wider SEND and neurodiversity initiatives, events and resources to enhance access in the Museum’s Learning offer and support the Learning team to develop their practice.
There is also opportunity to scope and develop opportunities and provision for neurodiverse young people aged 16 and up, working with local organisations and beyond to draw up what this offer could look like.
You’ll have experience in developing accessible and inspiring science learning activities for children and young people in an informal setting, have experience working with neurodiverse children and young people and passionate about developing accessible opportunities, events and resources. Organised, able to work across teams, proactive and experienced in delivering events, you’ll also be passionate about the natural world and be excited about our mission to create advocates for the planet.