Events

Glasgow Life is looking for a Museums Project Assistant (Glasgow Museums Intercultural Youth Group) to join us on a 17.5 hours per week (part time), fixed term contract for a period up to June 2026. As Museums Project Assistant you will be joining our in-demand Learning department. You will be part of a dedicated team which supports education and lifelong learning in our museums.
More about our Museums teams
As a Museums Project Assistant you’ll be joining our Glasgow Life Museums team. From The Burrell Collection to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, our Museums are free for everyone to access. We’re committed to making sure people experience our world-class collections and have the chance to engage with our rich heritage. The cultural programmes we provide bring value to people’s lives. Read more on our website. https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums
About Glasgow Life
Glasgow Life is the charity which inspires people to lead richer, more active lives through culture and sport. Simply put, we believe that everyone deserves a great Glasgow life. We do this by delivering innovative cultural and sporting programmes and events which improve the mental, physical, and economic well-being of Glasgow. Glasgow Life also creates unforgettable experiences for tourists, strengthening the city’s visitor economy. We help put on world-class events, conferences and festivals which enhance Glasgow’s international reputation. Glasgow is the first city to be named European Capital of Sport twice sport and was also the first place in the UK to be named a UNESCO City of Music.
The role
As a Museums Project Assistant, you’ll be an integral part of the team by supporting Glasgow Museums’ new Intercultural Youth Group. You will be working with the learning and curatorial teams across Glasgow Museums, assisting with events, and engaging with participants, visitors and volunteers. You will be reporting to GoMA’s Learning and Access Curator and working alongside an established team. The post is City wide and will work across different venues as required but you will mostly be located at the Gallery of Modern Art.
The candidate
If you’re interested in joining us as a Museums Project Assistant you’ll need:
• ICT literacy and ability to use Microsoft Office packages Word and Excel
• Demonstrable interest in supporting ethnically diverse young people’s influence within community or cultural settings and in representation of ethnically diverse communities in museums and galleries.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills, in person, written and by telephone.
• Experience in working with or advocating for Glasgow’s ethnically diverse communities, or lived experience within the community.
• Commitment to undertake a work-based SVQ Level 3 qualification to reflect skills learned during the contract.

You can read the full person specification for this role under the ‘Job Attachments’ section.
Our Gallery of Modern Art has great links to public transport.
This role is working 2.5 days/week, with a mix of week and weekend working.
We believe in the transformational power of the programmes and events we provide for the people and visitors of Glasgow. If you would like to be a part of what we do, we’d love to hear from you.
Important Dates: Closing date 28 April 2024 and interviews are provisionally scheduled for the week beginning the 6th May 2024.
For Fixed Term Roles – If offer is made to internal employee (Glasgow Life or Council Family), at the end of the temporary period, eligible employees, if agreed will have a right to return to a role at their substantive grade within the council family.

Benefits at Glasgow Life
• A holiday allowance of 30 days plus 6.5 public holidays (for full-time roles). This will rise to 35 days after 5 years
• Membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme – which pays 19.3% in employer contributions
• Discounted Glasgow Club membership and money off in our museum shops and online store
• Option to buy extra annual leave
• Cycle-to-work scheme
• Flexible retirement
• Family-friendly policies
Diversity matters at Glasgow Life
We’re determined to reflect the extraordinary diversity of Glasgow in our workforce. Glasgow Life is on a journey to develop a workplace that reflects the communities we serve. Where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work. We’re a Disability Confident and Carer Positive employer and invite candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

Glasgow Science Centre is a Scottish Charity and a unique 5-star visitor attraction with a vision for a Scotland where all people feel empowered through learning and engagement with science to make positive differences in their lives, communities and society.

Our mission is to inspire people of all ages to explore and understand the world around them, and to discover and enjoy science. We have been delivering interactive science experiences to schools, families, and community audiences for over 20 years, in-house, online and through outreach and we are dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of science to our nation’s wellbeing, economy, and society.

ABOUT THE ROLE

Glasgow Science Centre are recruiting for an AV Coordinator to provide in-house technical expertise across a wide range of projects and services within a small, busy team. This role offers an exciting opportunity to be part of a team that provides onsite support across GSC’s AV infrastructure and unique event spaces, including an IMAX cinema, a state-of-the-art digital planetarium, 3 floors of interactive exhibits and large AV infrastructure installations.

This is a diverse and technical role and would suit someone with strong technical ability and skills in AV, and where previous experience in delivering corporate events would be highly beneficial. You take a collaborative approach and should have a strong passion and natural curiosity for a broad spectrum of AV practice. You should have a high degree of commitment to GSC’s mission and willingness to work flexibly to ensure smooth running of events planning and delivery.

If this sounds like you, and you are passionate about GSC’s mission and values, then we would like to hear from you.

APPLICATION DETAILS

Please find full job description and details of how to apply on the Jobs and Volunteering section of the Glasgow Science Centre website.

We are equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.

The closing date for applications is, Thursday 25th April 2024 at Noon.

The Hospitality and Events team is part of HESe (Historic Environment Scotland
Enterprises) which is the commercial arm of HES. The Hospitality and Events team’s
remit is to source, develop and facilitate commercial, corporate and one-off events; to source and contract weddings and to deliver all catering across the whole HES estate.
Within this team, your role as Event Sales Executive is to drive sales and deliver
corporate and commercial events across the estate. You’ll be responsible for driving
corporate event business (Mainly into Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle), but will
also look to drive wedding business at these sites and other ancillary events such as pre-opening tours, private hires, theatre, cafes, catering vendors and larger scale public events.

You will report directly to the Hospitality and Events Manager, assist with monthly
forecasting and business/finance updates and assisting with the delivery of targets
and objectives for events and catering within those events.
Although the position is based at Longmore House, there is an expectation that there will be a mixture of external site visits, conferences and client meetings as well as
some flexibility with working from home. The role will therefore involve travel around
Scotland and the UK and occasional international travel.

Celtic Football Club is currently seeking an Events & Tours Administrative Assistant to provide administrative support to the Meeting & Events, Catering and Tours departments, ensuring a consistent, high quality service is provided at all times.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES
Act as the first point of contact for all customer enquiries for Celtic Park Events.
Undertake the complete processing of events, tours and restaurant booking enquiries within Celtic Park.
Working alongside colleagues across various departments, drive sales for our seasonal special events and restaurant services, providing reporting to the Catering leadership team.
Complete daily reporting including PDQ (card machine) checks, booking reports and updates.
Ensure positive and consistent interaction and correspondence with clients, identifying any areas for potential additional revenue through upselling.
Liaise with internal stakeholders regarding pre-booked meeting and events.
Perform mail merges and outbound sales calls to drive revenue for Celtic Park Events.
Carry out operational administrative duties for our tours and restaurant departments, including the creation of function menus, table numbers and signage.
Where necessary, provide cover for colleagues during periods of annual leave, or other types of leave.
Complete additional administrative and promotional activities for the department as required.
RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT
Ensure all communications with colleagues are professional, appropriate and considerate of individual needs and circumstances
Actively build and maintain positive working relationships with Colleagues across the Club, ensuring a collaborative approach is adopted at all times
Treat all colleagues with dignity and respect by ensuring that your behaviours and approach during all workplace activity is inclusive of all backgrounds and abilities and welcomes diverse contributions
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
Essential:

Ability to effectively work as part of a team, using a hands on approach in a busy pressurised environment.
Experience of working in a hospitality or tourism background.
Confident and friendly manner with strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
Competent in the use of MS Office packages, specifically Word, Excel and Outlook.
Willingness to learn and develop new skills.
Able to problem solve and prioritise own workload.
Empathetic and approachable, with excellent listening skills.
Time management and organisation skills with ability to prioritise in pressurised environment, while working to deadlines.
Personal accountability for performance and conduct.
Desirable:

Degree in relevant discipline.
Experience of developing collaborative relationships with colleagues of all levels.
Additional Requirements:

Ability to work flexible hours to suit the needs of the business as and when required.
Applicants should submit their CV and covering letter to jobs@celticfc.co.uk

Application deadline: April 8, 2024

OI PEASANTS! WE’RE RECRUITING…

Ever fancied being part of the scariest and funniest journey through Edinburgh’s most perilous past. We’re bringing together an outstanding cast of theatrical actors to help transport our guests back in history.

The Edinburgh Dungeon is a 75-minute interactive theatrical tour where our guests are transported back in history and recounted tales of Edinburgh’s murky past by one of our many infamous characters. You could therefore find yourself taking on the role of the Judge, The Torturer, a member of Sawney Bean’s family, The ‘Foul Clenger’, Mary Queen of Scots, or even the ‘Witch Pricker’, amongst others.

Each character delivers a short, scripted show, which is crafted to be interactive so improvisation will also form a key part to your performance. As well as maintaining strong characterisation throughout each show, you’ll also be operating and controlling special effects during your performance, to enhance the whole experience.

At peak times, you’ll be performing shows every 8 to 10 minutes and as this is a dungeon after all, you’ll be working in dark, somewhat confined spaces.

These roles are seasonal offering both full-time and part-time hours. You’ll need to be flexible with working hours and days. This role may include working both Saturday and Sunday, plus a Friday evening late shift every fortnight, for our special event ‘Dungeon Lates’ experience.

Qualifications & Experience
A background in performance and character acting with some formal performance training
Very strong characterisation skills
Strong vocal ability (ideally with a Scottish accent, or the ability to portray one convincingly)
Someone able to learn scripts quickly and take direction
The ability to improvise and react to the public, but remain in character
Stamina and the ability to perform shows in quick succession, whilst maintaining a focused high-quality performance
Benefits
Alongside the opportunity to inflict your unique personality on guests from across the nation, you’ll also receive:

Monthly Bonus based on customer satisfaction
25% discount in our retail shops and restaurants and 40% off LEGO online
Merlin Magic Pass – giving you free tickets to all our attractions worldwide for you, your family, and friends every year
Employee pricing up to 55% off cinema tickets
The cell doors are open and ready to welcome you…

Conifox is a family-owned business in Kirkliston. We operate a large fun-filled outdoor Adventure Park and a brilliant indoor Activity Centre. Our Adventure Park offers a great outdoor space for the whole family to enjoy, with crazy foot-golf, bounce pillow, sandpits, go-carting, picnic benches, BBQs, and a whole lot more.

The Activity Centre is huge and has a large fun-filled soft-play centre which includes a toddler area, a role-play toddler town, and a multi-level soft-play frame. The Activity Centre also incorporates 3 bright and beautiful birthday party rooms, a purpose built function suite, balcony, and a 400 seater café.

Throughout the year Conifox produces four large scale events: Easter, Fox Fest, Halloween, and Christmas with over 20,000 visitors during our 2023 Christmas Experience. Our events are designed for the whole family and offer a truly immersive experience.

Job Purpose:
To assist in delivery of our event and ensure every visitor receives outstanding customers service and a memorable immersive experience at Conifox.

Role Summary:
Our immersive events are some of the biggest in Scotland. Families will be transported to a magic places where children of all ages can meet characters, play games and have a truly memorable experience.

We are looking for the right individual that isn’t afraid to get stuck right into our events, you must enjoy connecting with people to help us transform our creative and immersive ideas into reality as well as creating experiences that people will remember and talk about. You can expect no day to be the same, you will be involved in the creation, build and maintenance of the event. Welcoming guests and assisting them to ensure they have a safe, immersive and truly memorable experience.

Responsibilities:
Provide a high level of customer service at all times to all guests throughout the event.
Assisting with the creation, build, maintenance and decoration of the event as directed by the Events Manager and or Event Supervisor.

Giving guests a warm welcoming and checking event ticketing.

Directing and supervising guests throughout the event to ensure we meet their needs.

Assisting in the delivery at hospitality outlets as required, full training will be included.

Ensuring and assisting in maintaining a high level of cleanliness at all times.

Assisting with the sale of retail merchandise.

Undertake mascot/character role if required, full training will be given.

Any other duties that are assigned by the Events Manager or Event Supervisor in respect of the role.

For further details contact: Mark Harrison – mark@conifox.co.uk

Glasgow Life

Marketing Business Partner – Events – (Fixed-Term)
£40,592.18 – £47,067.25
Location: 38 Albion Street, G1 1LH
Ref: GLA11546

Glasgow Life is looking for a Marketing Business Partner – Events to join us on a full time, fixed term contract for a period up to May 2025 for maternity cover. As Marketing Business Partner – Events you will be joining our in-demand Marketing and Communications team. You will be part of a dedicated team which supports the marketing of the Glasgow Life events programme, ranging from World Class events such as World Athletics, Celtic Connections, World Pipe Band Championships, to Glasgow Mela, the city’s Christmas programme and many more.

More about our Corporate Services
As a Marketing Business Partner – Events you will be joining Corporate Services. This includes Marketing and Communications, Business Support, Infrastructure and Finance. HR, Retail and Procurement and Development are also part of this. These teams undertake a wide range of roles to keep Glasgow Life operating smoothly as a first-rate charity. From creating compelling messages about the work, we do to providing insights which help shape strategies. They also oversee the operation of over 100 venues across the city, account for millions of pounds, support our staff, and bring income into the charity through our shops.

About Glasgow Life
Glasgow Life is the charity which inspires people to lead richer, more active lives through culture and sport. Simply put, we believe that everyone deserves a great Glasgow life. We do this by delivering innovative cultural and sporting programmes and events which improve the mental, physical, and economic well-being of Glasgow. Glasgow Life also creates unforgettable experiences for tourists, strengthening the city’s visitor economy. We help put on world-class events, conferences and festivals which enhance Glasgow’s international reputation. Glasgow is the first city to be named European Capital of Sport twice sport and was also the first place in the UK to be named a UNESCO City of Music.

The role
As a Marketing Business Partner – Events you’ll be an integral part of the team leading on the marketing and commercial income generation strategies for the Glasgow Life events programme. Reporting to Destination and Events Marketing Lead and working alongside established marketing and events teams.

The candidate
If you’re interested in joining us as a Marketing Business Partner – events you’ll need:
• Relevant degree preferable or equivalent experience. (essential)
• Professional accreditation (preferable)
• Experience of digital and traditional marketing channels (essential)
• Good project management skills (essential)
• Experience of partnership working with external agencies and working with senior management (preferable)

You can read the full person specification for this role under the ‘Job Attachments’ section.
Some of our roles are currently piloting hybrid working, with teams working between the office and home. Your line manager will agree these days with you. This balance enables you to continue much-needed collaborative working.

Our Albion Street office has great links to public transport and has parking nearby.

This role is working 35 hours per week.

We believe in the transformational power of the programmes and events we provide for the people and visitors of Glasgow. If you would like to be a part of what we do, we’d love to hear from you.

Important Dates: Closing Date: 17th March 2024 with interviews scheduled for week commencing 25th March 2024

Benefits at Glasgow Life
• A holiday allowance of 30 days plus 6.5 public holidays (for full-time roles). This will rise to 35 days after 5 years
• Membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme – which pays 19.3% in employer contributions
• Discounted Glasgow Club membership and money off in our museum shops and online store
• Option to buy extra annual leave
• Cycle-to-work scheme
• Flexible retirement
• Family-friendly policies

Diversity matters at Glasgow Life
We’re determined to reflect the extraordinary diversity of Glasgow in our workforce. Glasgow Life is on a journey to develop a workplace that reflects the communities we serve. Where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work. We’re a Disability Confident and Carer Positive employer and invite candidates from all backgrounds to apply. Read more about our commitment to equality and diversity on our website. https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/the-small-print/an-inclusive-employer
To apply for this vacancy online please visit www.glasgow.gov.uk.
Closing date is 11.59pm on Sunday 17th March 2024

Information is available in alternative formats, on request.

ABOUT DYNAMIC EARTH

Dynamic Earth is the leading earth science engagement charity in the UK, with a mission to empower people with an understanding and empathy for the Earth and its future. We do this by providing compelling engagement at our world-class Science Centre in Edinburgh, as well as through our learning and engagement programmes across Scotland. We recently published a bold new 10-year strategy – From Beginning to Mend – along with a powerful new brand, to help us reach more people and to embed climate change across everything we do.

PURPOSE OF THE ROLE

It is an exciting time to join our events team and be part of telling Earths epic story to
achieve our vision of a positive future for us and our planet. This role is key to delivering all our events to increase income and ensure all clients receive 5-star service when hosting an event in our venue.

DUTIES
• Work closely with clients to ensure they are completely satisfied with all aspects of the organisation of their events.
• Liaise closely with all other relevant departments to ensure the events run smoothly both in terms of planning and on the day
• Carry out site visits as required.
• Administer bookings thoroughly and efficiently, taking care to adhere to the systems in place for dealing with enquiries / bookings.
• To administrate Christmas Party Nights if required
• Respond to new enquiries and create event proposals in a timely manner.
• Attend Industry events and support proactive sales activity as required.
• Assist the Events Manager to produce detailed sales forecasting information.
• Act as liaison with Group Bookings team to share information on spaces booked.
• Compilation of detailed function sheets for each event for discussion at weekly sales/ operations meeting
• Attend weekly sales/operations meetings to thoroughly brief the operations team on all events.
• Work with the Sales Manager and events team to ensure the full potential of events business is met.
• Ensure the correct invoice procedure is always used via Finance department.
• Carry out any other duties that help to ensure greater efficiency of sales / events department.
• To ensure events feedback is logged post event.
• Work with colleagues within events team and other departments within organization in a positive and constructive manner.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ATTRIBUTES

Essential
• 1 years industry experience
• Must be proactive and be able to hit the ground running.
• Must be an excellent communicator.
• Good time management skills are a must.
• Must be an excellent team player.
• Must have the ability to work unsupervised.
• Computer skills are essential.
• Ability to work effectively under pressure is a must, as is a proven ability to meet multiple tight deadlines.
• The ability to manage multiple concurrent projects is central to this role.
• Must have the ability to build and maintain good relationships and rapport with all clients.

Desirable
• Experience in an administrative role.
• Experience organising events within a multi-discipline environment.

OUR BENEFITS

• 34 days annual leave (which includes 9 bank holidays)
• Complimentary entry to Dynamic Earth for family and friends
• Free staff car-parking
• 25% Discount in the Dynamic Earth Gift Shop
• Subsidised meals from the Dynamic Earth Café
• Staff Canteen with complimentary tea and coffee
• Free entry to ASVA member visitor attractions (subject to conditions)
• Limited Gym Membership at MacDonald Holyrood Hotel (subject to conditions)
• Employee Values Awards
• Matched company pension contribution of 5%
• Confidential advice-line through our Employee Assistance Programme
• Life Assurance cover of 4 times annual salary
• Up to 3 years Critical Illness cover

To apply for this position, please email a copy of your CV and cover letter to peopleandculture@dynamicearth.org.uk

The role of Duty Manager is to assist with the management and facilitation of events at Greyfriars Kirk – mainly weekday evenings and weekends. The Kirk employs Duty Managers to oversee or manage Greyfriars Outreach activities when the church is used for events such as rehearsals, concerts, wedding receptions, dances/ceilidhs, visitor opening and recordings. For all activities associated with specific events, the Duty Manager will report to the Operations Manager.

The Duty Manager is the Kirk’s first point of contact for Kirk-related matters concering the event. For third party events the Kirk’s Duty Manager will liaise with the 3rd party’s event manager to ensure that the Kirk’s amenities are provided as agreed in the licencee contract.

HOW TO APPLY

1. Write a letter or email. Address to The Operations Manager, Greyfriars Kirk explaining why you consider yourself suited to the role of Duty Manager.

2. Enclose your CV. This should contain your employment history, education qualifications, hobbies and details of two referees from separate recent employment.

Send both by 1 MARCH 2024 to: communications@greyfriarskirk.com

OVERVIEW OF THE POST

To deliver the learning visit discovery sessions, which provide a learning experience to primary and secondary schools who visit Almond Valley. This involves the delivery of popular animal experiences to history and heritage sessions, where there are Q&A sessions from the attendees. These discovery sessions are essential to allow us to deliver to our charitable aims. The post also provides a key support to the development and implementation of the seasonal events programme.

INFORMATION ABOUT TEAM

You will form part of the Visitor Operations Team, lead by the Operations Manager. The small dedicated learning & events team is currently made up of two team members, who work in shifts to ensure learning visits and subsequent discovery sessions are delivered to visiting schools. The team also ensure that the seasonal events are delivered.

SCOPE OF DUTIES

Learning & Events
• To delivery the Discovery Sessions to primary and secondary schools
• Responsible for the day-to-day learning activities
• Contribute to the continued delivery of the learning visit programme
• Assist in the development and delivery of seasonal and special events

Visitor Experience
• Welcoming visitors to the site and processing their admission/retail purchases in a friendly, efficient and knowledgeable manner.
• Welcoming visitors with specific needs/impairments and providing a high level of service in accordance with the Equality Act.
• Welcoming large groups in an efficient and warm manner, including the managing of the car park.
• Answering visitors’ queries about the site face to face and over the telephone.
• Housekeeping duties.
• Site Patrol and working along side the Tidy Team when required for tasks including toilet checks and litter picking.
• Assisting with rides, and being a train guard on the narrow gauge railway ride.
• Working alongside the team at special events.

Financial Responsibilities
◦ To adhere to all financial procedures to include till operation and safeguarding of monies.
◦ Actively up sell memberships to facilitate the visitors enjoyment.

Site and Personal Presentation
• As and where necessary to wearing the correct uniform, name badge, or PPE.
• Report all instances of damage and wear and tear issues promptly to the Operations Manager
• Working harmony with all other departments

Health and Safety
• To ensure site meets with Health and Safety legislation in liaison with the Operations Manager.
• To comply with necessary Health and Safety guides and procedures

General
• Represent Almond Valley at all times by being smart in appearance and presentable whilst behaving in an appropriate manner in line with our cultural values.
• Work in a responsible and safe manner at all times adhering to Health & Safety, safe working practices and our policies and procedures.
• Such other reasonable duties as and when required by your Line Manager.
• The above list of duties is not exclusive or exhaustive and the post holder will be required to undertake such tasks as may reasonably be expected within the scope of the role.

Contract Type: Permanent (Casual option is also available)
Salary: £25,829 to £28,251 (£13.76 – £15.05 per hour plus enhanced rates of £18.34 – £20.06 per hour payable for evenings after 8pm and weekends)
Grade: FC05
Hours: 36 hours per week with regular evening and weekend hours required (Part-time and casual hours are also available)
Locations: Various: Lochgelly Centre, Adam Smith Theatre & Rothes Halls, Carnegie Hall
Job Reference: ON000461

The Role

We have an exciting opportunity for a Technician to join our team within our Theatres. Your days and hours of working will flex to meet the business needs, and this will include regular weekend and evening work across our venues throughout Fife. There will also be the opportunity for regular additional hours due to our varied theatre and events programme.

You’ll work as part of a team responsible for lighting design, sound production, stage management and event coordination within a theatre and conference centre environment within our venues. Equipment maintenance and staff management of casual team members are also integral to the role.

The full job description can be found on our current vacancies page on our website.

About You

You will have previous technical experience ideally from a theatre background, and you will be able to demonstrate knowledge and working abilities across lighting, sound and AV. Flexibility will be required and access to transport is necessary, as there will be travel throughout the region to provide cover at all venues in OnFife.

About Us

We are OnFife and as Fife’s largest cultural organisation we specialise in making jaws drop, hearts warm, eyes light up and imaginations run wild.  We work with a huge range of partners, artists and creatives and our spaces are some of Fife’s favourite places. An ambitious leadership-oriented charity, we’re built on strong values, and those values make us who we are – Fearless, Inviting, Fair and Exciting.

As an employer, we offer a local government pension scheme, generous holiday allowance and flexible working opportunities. If you need to travel for work, we can provide pool cars if you’re near head office or pay travel expenses so you are not out of pocket! Along with this, you can also access discounted gym/swim memberships and other employee benefits.

How to Apply

If you would like to find out more information about this role before applying or to enquire about part-time or casual options, please contact Ayesha Nickson, Venue Manager. Contact details can be found on our current vacancies page on our website.

When you’re ready to apply, please download and complete an application form along with an equal opportunities form and return these to hr.fct@onfife.com

Applications will be assessed regularly and interviews arranged as required.

OnFife is an equal opportunities employer.

We are proud to support the Armed Forces community and are committed to the Armed Forces Covenant.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a new Communications & Audiences Coordinator to join the University’s Museum & Art Gallery on a permanent basis.

In this role you will support the communications and audience development activities of The Hunterian, including supporting events, social media, press and marketing. You will help to ensure internal and external communications are delivered effectively with consistent messages aligned with The Hunterian’s strategic plan to our diverse audiences using the full range of media.

The post will be pivotal in helping to coordinate and promote engagement programmes and content for a diverse range of audiences. We require someone who is highly organised, audience-focused, with excellent communication skills which enable them to develop successful and sustainable partnerships and collaborations.

The University of Glasgow has been changing the world for more than 573 years. Today, we are one of the world’s top 100 universities and ranked 13th in the world in the Times Higher Education (THE) World Impact Rankings 2023, demonstrating that we are not only one of the best universities in the United Kingdom, but one of the best universities for the world. Our people have always been at the forefront of innovation, and our past achievements inspire our current world changers.