News & Opportunities

Here you will find all the latest news and opportunities from around the region and nationally. Just click on the 'show tags' button on the left under the calendar to filter the information to your requirements.

Security Review 'sharing day'

Accredited museums must obtain expert and objective security advice for collections at least every five years and plan to implement any recommendations.  We are interested to find out if there are museums in west Kent who are due a review of their security arrangements and would benefit from a 'sharing day' with a consultant security advisor to help meet the Accreditation requirement. Please contact joanna.low@brighton-hove.gov.uk to register your interest.

Job Opportunity: Evaluator, Egham Museum, Surrey

Egham Museum is looking to appoint a freelancer to provide evaluation services for our Arts Council England funded ‘Suffrage in Egham’ project.  The project will last a year and it is anticipated that the evaluator will work as required according to key milestones.

View the full BRIEF here.

This role is offered as a freelance contract, and the individual will need to be registered with HMRC and manage their own tax and NI contributions.  The total amount available for the contract is £6,000, and will run from June 2017 – June 2018.

To apply, please outline how you would approach the work detailed in this brief, including:

  • how your previous experience, skills and knowledge will help you to deliver this project
  • details on your methodology to deliver this project to meet the requirements
  • a breakdown of how the delivery of the project would meet the defined timetable, including scheduled payments
  • confirmed willingness to provide relevant public/professional/employers’ liabilities insurances (if applicable).

Please email your proposal, with an outline of your cost, by 12pm, Tuesday 30th May to Sarah Corn, Curator, curator@eghammuseum.org.  Electronic applications only please.

Interviews, if appropriate, will take place on Friday 2nd June 2017.  

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