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Help shape the future of Bromley’s heritage story

The role will support day-to-day management and provide delivery activities for Bromley’s important local history and world cultures collections; and work closely with the Curator and Executive Director at The Earth Museum to research and develop innovative approaches to public engagement and collections stewardship, within the context of Arts Council England Accreditation.

From David Bowie’s velvet jacket to the tusks of mammoths who once roamed this area in the Ice Age to the nationally significant collection of world culture acquired by a friend of Charles Darwin, you’ll be looking after and promoting engagement with a unique collection that is both local and global in its reach.

Bromley Historic Collections (Museum Collections) are managed on behalf of the London Borough of Bromley by a partnership agreement between Greenwich Leisure Limited and The Earth Museum – a not-for-profit heritage consultancy who employ and support Bromley’s museum historic collections staff.

We are looking for someone with an interest and knowledge in Bromley’s diverse heritage; and an ability to look at the world from a user experience point of view, with an appetite for innovation.

Take a look at the job description here to find out more detail about the role and specification of the person we are looking for.

To apply, please send a CV (max 2 sides of A4) and covering letter (max 3 sides of A4) outlining why you would like the role and how you meet the person specification to:

By the deadline of 5pm Wednesday 10th July 2024