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.
€41,500 (4 days inc 1 weekend day)
This is a core role at the heart of our management team. The successful candidate will be a tenacious, flexible and dependable multi-tasker with great charm, efficiency and communication skills.
This is a one year fixed term contract – with a permanent role available for the right person. The ideal candidate will have 3+ years experience in a fast-paced education, administration, project management or operations role, with a proven track record in people management, scheduling and public speaking.
Our Education Manager runs an award winning education programme, I Love Dublin. We are looking for a tenacious hard worker who wants to take on a busy role – including giving classes and guided tours, managing front of house and admin – in a small organisation doing meaningful work.
We are interested in receiving applications from diverse backgrounds. The successful candidate may come from any background.
The standard working week is Wednesday – Saturday (OR) Sunday – Wednesday. This on site role will include tour guiding and public-facing museum work, as well as admin and computer-based work. Core tasks include:
– Run the I Love Dublin education programme
– Cultivate, invoice & administer events, private tours, group & tour series
– Key hold & manage the public facing museum 1.5 days per week
– Deliver regular guided tours
– Admin, maintenance, communications and archives
Education is at the core of our work, seven days a week. We are building something quite special on the Green. If you want to build a career in the museum sector; if you strive to be world class; come and work for the not-so-Little Museum.
To apply for the role of Education Manager, please introduce yourself to our CEO, Sarah Clancy, by email – and attach a CV. email@example.com
€20/hour (12-16 hours per week)
This is a core role at the heart of our team. The successful candidates will be
tenacious, flexible and dependable with great charm and performance skill.
Our work here in the Little Museum is focused on history, hospitality and humour
– we are now inviting applications from actors and tour guides to join our small
but world class team here in the Little Museum of Dublin.
The successful candidates will be able to learn and deliver a script verbatim,
giving a minimum of 3 thirty-five minute tours within a shift.
Guides are paid an hourly rate of €20, each shift is 4 hours, and our guides
typically work 3 or 4 shifts per week on a fixed schedule. Please note that shifts
will be required across seven days.
To apply for the role of Tour Guide, please introduce yourself to our CEO, Sarah
Clancy, by email – and attach a CV. firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to our paid six-month Oscar Wilde Fellowships, we offer a small number of unpaid internships to third-level students as part of their coursework in college.
This is an opportunity to see what it takes to run an award-winning small museum. Successful applicants dress up, dazzle our guests and learn valuable skills. The role is mainly public-facing. On occasion, successful applicants may also be asked to work on projects connected to their area of academic study.
All interns are invited to complete our Certificate in Museum Studies and to learn a guided tour of the museum collection. Please note that this requires a commitment to learn a tour script verbatim.
We only accept applications from students of drama, museum studies, history and English literature. Each internship is for a minimum of three months.
We are particularly looking for students who have experience of acting, singing, playing a musical instrument and/or debating. If you are happy to perform on stage, you may be a good fit.
Placements typically commence in January, April, July and October. Students are invited to apply 6-9 months before their preferred placement start date.
Please note: we are currently accepting applications for 2023.
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