Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG) is situated at the heart of the UNESCO Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, it comprises of the National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House, the Royal Observatory Greenwich and Peter Harrison Planetarium, the tea clipper Cutty Sark. In addition, the Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre opened in Kidbrooke, SE London in 2018. Our mission is to enrich people’s understanding of the sea, the exploration of space, and Britain’s role in world history.
We are looking for a motivated, organised and dynamic person to support us in
delivering our multi-layered programme of learning activities for a diverse range of audiences.
The Learning Programmes Co-ordinator is required to support us in our day to day work including; cross museum liaison supporting partnership and freelancer communication, logistical support and hosting of our activities onsite and online, volunteer and work experience liaison. This role has an overview of our operational systems and processes and ensures our services are maintained to a high standard.
This post reports to the Learning and Interpretation Officer and sits within the Learning and Interpretation Department based at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.
Net working hours 36 hours per week, core hours Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm with an additional hour to be worked in agreement with line management. Some weekend and evening working is required to assist in the coordination of events and programmes with time taken back in lieu.
Please read the Job Description here.
Royal Museums Greenwich works to eradicate discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy and maternity, age and marital status. We recognize that people can be disadvantaged by their social and economic circumstances, so we will also work to eliminate discrimination and disadvantage caused by social class. We particularly welcome applications from disabled people and people who identify as Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic, as these groups are currently under-represented in our workforce.