We are seeking to appoint a Head of Programmes who will be responsible for the strategic development and delivery of a vibrant, engaging and dynamic programme, which aligns to the Museum’s strategic objectives and puts audiences at the centre of its development.
The successful candidate will implement strategies and ensure co-ordination of the Museum’s programme which ultimately extends the reach, reputation and revenue of the organisation and drives footfall both physically and digitally. Drawing on the Museum’s collections, stories, the attributes of Our Army and connecting with our network of historians, publishers and associations, the post-holder will be responsible for the integration of the physical and digital events programme for the Museum, its membership scheme, Chelsea Heritage Quarter and the annual Chelsea History Festival.
This is an exciting opportunity to deliver a world-class annual programme which builds reputation and connects the public with our shared history and heritage.
Experience of successfully developing, delivering and co-ordinating programmes and activities within visitor or heritage attractions, and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and external partners are both essential.