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Audience Research and Evaluation Coordinator

  • Organisation:Museum of London
  • Location:London
  • Salary:£24,561 per annum pro rata
  • Contract type:Fixed Term Contract

Are you an inquisitive, organised team player with a passion for London’s past and people?

We’re looking for a coordinator to join the New Museum Engagement Team to support the audience research, consultation, evaluation and engagement projects related to the development of the new Museum of London.

The coordinator will be working with audiences and audience insight in a dynamic, people-oriented environment. They will support research and civic engagement across a broad range of activities including audience panels, testing content and interpretation in the galleries, commissioning research from consultants and academics, working with volunteers and assisting with the organisation and delivery of community workshops and events. They will assist with day-to-day management of budgets and finance, and support the organisation of meetings and events. They will carry out interviews, input and analyse data and support a friendly and enthusiastic team of volunteers.

The successful candidate will have good organisational and problem-solving skills, with the ability to work to deadlines, forward plan and manage time effectively. They will have an appreciation of the importance of audience research and evaluation in cultural settings and an ability to communicate effectively and professionally with different kinds of people. We are seeking someone with strong administrative skills who can work well as part of a team, write clearly and accurately, who understands the importance of equality and diversity.

Applications are by application form, accessible on the ‘apply here’ button below.  The closing date for applications is Wednesday 11 March 2020. Interviews will be held on Monday 23 March 2020.

The Museum of London is committed to equal opportunities and diversity. We particularly welcome applications from disabled and BAME candidates, who are currently under-represented in our organisation.

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