Do you want to be a part of this marvellous museum and help to tell the story of Dublin and its remarkable people? Check the vacancies we have right now.

Oscar Wilde Fellowship (Actor)

6 months @ €15k

Are you a recent graduate of drama – acting, playwriting and/or directing? Would you savour the challenge of improving the visitor experience in a building where performances begin every thirty minutes?

If the answer is yes, spend six months working as an Oscar Wilde Acting Fellow at the award-winning Little Museum of Dublin. This Fellowship comes with a stipend of €15,000.

The majority of each Fellow’s time is spent on the floor of the museum, greeting visitors, working at reception, leading guided tours and ensuring that guests experience a world class visit.  You will also help to produce new tours, direct performances and work on script development and special projects.

If you are a passionate theatre-maker who would savour the challenge of improving our visitor experience, you may be the perfect candidate for this role.

To apply for this role, email your CV and a cover letter to sarah [at] before 5pm on December 15th.

This role is made possible through valued support from The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.

See how Megan McDonnell, our first Oscar Wilde Fellow, got on working with the team at The Little Museum. 

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General Manager

Schedule: 4 days @ €40k

This is a key role on the management team at the award-winning Little Museum of Dublin. We are looking for a dynamic and dependable multi-tasker with charm and excellent communication skills.

Based at 15 St. Stephen’s Green, the non-profit Little Museum of Dublin has a proud reputation for remembering and promoting Irish history, hospitality and humour. It is the number one thing to do in Dublin on TripAdvisor. This is an opportunity to become a leader in one of the best small museums in Europe.

As general manager, you would inspire the floor staff in the museum. We’re looking for a charismatic public-facing leader who cares about great hospitality and can help us to excel.

To apply for this role, email your CV and a cover letter to sarah [at] before 5pm on December 15th.

Duties include:

·  Manage the museum three days per week, including one weekend day

·  Ensure the full museum is show ready at all times

·  Deliver daily guided tours of the Little Museum collection

·  Manage ticketing and queries for guests (in person, phone & over email)

·  Organise details with third party ticket bookers & tour operators – including day time and after hours bookings

·  Work with head of guest experience & report to head of accounts to manage and implement the schedule for weekly rosters and daily operations

·  Maintain the reception and shop including forms, supplies & stock

·  Act as a go-between for the office and floor staff, i.e. relaying problems to the office and implementing new schemes i.e. tours, selling, procedures etc

·  Manage exhibition spaces to notify appropriate colleagues if maintenance or curation work is necessary

·  Conduct staff training sessions with oversight from head of HR

·  Manage the admin of the DoDublin partnership

·  Do end of day accounting & data process, handle any cash and sales sheets

·  Key holding with responsibility to open & lock the museum building

·  Manage operational logistics including service providers, suppliers and events (any outside hours events paid at a fixed hourly rate)

Desirable backgrounds might include management roles in hospitality, catering, theatre and tourism.

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