Job: Audience Development Lead (RAMM), Exeter

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum, RAMM is a much loved institution at the heart of Exeter and Devon’s cultural life, telling local stories alongside international ones, through exceptional collections that embrace world cultures, natural history, antiquities and art. Multi-dimensional, multi-disciplinary and multi-award winning, judges have described us as ‘modest in scale but vast in its ambition and imagination’.

Be part of something special. We are looking for a creative, enthusiastic team player to join us to lead our audience development team. The successful candidate should have excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills, be highly organised and able to manage budgets.

The Audience Development Lead is a member of RAMM’s Museum Management Team, driving forward the reach and impact of our services. The audience development team includes marketing; communications; community engagement; learning; design; events and volunteering. You should be able to bring a strong set of management skills to the role, along with specialist knowledge in one of the following areas, where you will be involved in delivery; marketing and communications or public programmes, audience development and participation. This is an exciting opportunity for a talented individual to join us as we shape detailed plans for our 2018-22 work as part of the Arts Council, England National Portfolio.

Salary scale 11 £35,444 – 38,237 plus pension contributions. Starting salary will be set according to level of experience offered by successful candidate.

This role is funded by Exeter City Council.

More details online

Deadline: 20 August 2017

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