BRUNEL MUSEUM REINVENTED PROJECT MANAGER
Reporting to: Brunel Museum Director
Hours of work: Full time 37.5 hours, some weekend and evening work when required
Salary: £50,000 per annum
Annual leave: 28 days plus Climate Perks Journey Days
Contract: Fixed-term contract of 18 months
The Brunel Museum is located in Rotherhithe on the site of the 19th century Thames Tunnel, the world’s first successful underwater tunnel. The Brunel Museum Reinvented project is a once in a generation opportunity to transform this iconic and unique part of London’s transport heritage. This £2.2m project, including a generous £1.85m grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF), will transform the visitor experience through the creation of a brand-new welcome pavilion and improvements to facilities and exhibition spaces, as well as an ambitious and engaging activity programme for residents, families and schools. Our aim is to help create the engineers of the future.
The Project Manager will be responsible for managing the design, construction, fit out and handover of the brand-new visitor welcome pavilion. An excellent written and verbal communicator, the postholder will act as the key point of contact for the NLHF and other funders, ensuring adherence to all funder frameworks and that all documentation is managed accordingly. The role will also be accountable for the transformed exhibition space within the Scheduled Ancient Monument Engine House and Grade II* listed Tunnel Shaft.
Any questions about the role should be directed to the Director, Katherine McAlpine in the first instance: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: Please apply with a CV outlining your relevant experience and a covering letter explaining why you want to work at the Brunel Museum, and how you meet the required experience and skills by 9am, Thursday 6 July to email@example.com