Work at the Little Museum

The Little Museum is not so little anymore.  If you want to join our dynamic and talented team, keep an eye on this page.


Here are some of the opportunities at present:

Community Employment Scheme – Museum Guide and Attendant

Please note: Applicants must be unemployed at least one year to be eligible for this role

Hours: 19.5 hours per week including one weekend day

Join us as a tour guide in the Little Museum of Dublin. You will work at the reception desk, greeting visitors, working a till and credit card machine, and providing information to visitors on the museum. You will also serve as a tour guide giving tours to groups on the hour. This requires you to memorize and present a script. You will also be asked to help with other tasks such as helping prepare for exhibitions or special events, cleaning the museum and staffing events. The ideal candidate is someone responsible and charming who loves acting and meeting people.

Skills necessary:

- Ability to interact with public in an engaging manner

- Ability to memorize and deliver a script

- Love of acting and history

- A passion for Dublin and its people

- Proficiency with a till/credit card machine 

For more information click here to apply please send your CV to Susie by email: susie [at]


"Volunteering at the Little Museum has been one of the most rewarding and enjoyable things I've done in years."– Andrea Carr, Cabra

Our volunteers have long memories and good stories. While working here can be tiring, and the building gets very busy, our volunteers usually love the experience. They are an integral and hugely popular part of the team here at the people’s museum of Dublin. Would you like to join us?

To volunteer for one or two days a week, please email susie [at]

Student Internships

The museum offers student internships. They provide suitable candidates with an opportunity to gain valuable experience of working in a small, dynamic cultural organisation. Each internship lasts a minimum of eight weeks. Unfortunately we cannot consider applications from students who are available for less than eight weeks. 

At the moment we are looking for exceptional students of Hospitality, English, History, Public Relations, Photography, Web Design, Archival Studies and Museum Studies.

Candidates must have fluent English. Half of each intern's time is spent on the floor, greeting visitors to the museum and ensuring that the building runs smoothly. The other half is spent in research and office tasks. Candidates with a particular interest in a subject – such as history, curating or public relations – will be given specific tasks in their chosen area. 

To apply, please send your CV by email to: susie [at]