Community Producer (AIM Connected Communities Project) – National Museum of the Royal Navy – Hartlepool

National Museum of the Royal Navy



The National Museum of The Royal Navy, Hartlepool




Salary (Grade 4): £26,364 per annum

Contract type:

Contract Contract


Full time


023 9289 4555

Community Producer (AIM Connected Communities Project)

Salary (Grade 4): £26,364 per annum

Hours: 37.5 hours per week (work pattern to be agreed) – Fixed-term contract until 31 January 2025

Location: NMRN, Hartlepool with the opportunity to adopt hybrid working (a combination of working onsite and from home)

• Do you love bringing people together to inspire and connect more young people with heritage?
• Do you have experience of working with young people with SEND and protected characteristics?
• Do you enjoy inventing fun and creative activities to help others to have a go and learn something new?

If so, then this is an exciting new opportunity for you! The National Museum of the Royal Navy is recruiting to the new role of Community Producer to deliver the AIM Connected Communities project. The programme is shaped around bringing people together to create a sustainable community focussed volunteering programme which uses the power of NMRN’s collections to develop pop-up exhibition boxes. The project aims to help inspire people and positively impact wellbeing, including countering loneliness and a sense of disconnect.

Key Opportunities

• Develop and lead fun programming activities in the museum and in the community.
• Enable SEND volunteers to reach out to the local community to develop, design and share their own pop-up exhibitions.
• Learn new museum collections management and research skills.


The ideal candidate will have experience of working with diverse communities, particularly young people with SEND and protected characteristics. Good at talking and writing to people and understand how to support young people to achieve. Experience of contributing to public events and/or community programmes, enjoys learning new things and is willing to undertake relevant training.

We Provide

• The opportunity to be part of a friendly and diverse workplace within a unique heritage environment.
• Group pension plan with Royal London (6% employer contributions, 2% employee contributions and death in service benefit).
• Free onsite parking.
• 25 days’ annual leave (plus bank holidays).
• Occupational sick pay.
• Flexible working.
• Hybrid working.
• Employee Assistance Programme.
• Free admission to other national museums and attractions within the reciprocal agreement.
• Discounts at our shops and cafes.

This post requires an enhanced DBS check as a requirement of working with young people and vulnerable adults, as well as the right to work in the UK.

For further details, or an informal discussion regarding the role, please contact Eileen Clegg, Interpretation and Engagement Manager [email protected]

Applicants are asked to apply via no later than midnight, Sunday 26 May 2024. We will be conducting interviews in the National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool, on Tuesday 4 June 2024.

If you require reasonable adjustments to be made to the application process because of a disability, please contact the HR team on [email protected] for support.

National Museum Directors’ Council, Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG.


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