Are you a creative who is experienced in developing and delivering learning programmes?

Job Title: Families Arts Manager

Reporting to: Curator, Artists Projects

Purpose of Job: To support the strategic ambitions of the Foundling Museum, by the development and delivery of the Families Arts programme across a range of locations, building relationships with artists and partners.

Employment Status: Fixed term, 2 years

Salary: £32,130 (pro rata)

Working pattern: Part time: 0.4 of full time, pro rata from 35 hours per week

Application: Submit your application on BreatheHR 

Closing Date: Monday 3 June

Interview date: TBC


Job Description

  • Develop and deliver learning projects inspired by the story of the Foundling Hospital and the Museum’s Collection
  • Manage and develop ambitious projects and programmes, in response to existing commitments and new opportunities. This includes projects at the Museum and in Camden, Newham, Dagenham and Barking, and Stoke on Trent.
  • Manage short term family projects with local community groups.
  • Contribute to or commission family content for the Museum’s digital channels
  • Create or commission exciting self-directed art activities for the museum displays and exhibitions
  • Work closely and collaboratively with the Early Years Manager and Curator: Artists’ Projects and Participation.
  • Lead on the development of trails around the Museum for families and young people
  • Develop existing partnerships and relationships with children, families, artists, workshop facilitators and partners
  • Oversee evaluation and reporting of all Family projects.
  • Adhere to the highest standards of Safeguarding and other ethical policies within your own role and keep up to date with any training
  • Work with the Communications team to promote family programming
  • Contribute to funding applications and provide the Development Team with evaluation and reporting needed for successful funding bids.
  • Contribute to financial planning within the Learning Department and manage substantial budgets.
  • Develop processes for and oversee the delivery of evaluation.
  • Maintain all records and documentation relating to Family projects.
  • Assist with the development and delivery of other Learning programmes as needed.