Opportunity to become a trustee at The Pumphouse Museum
Walthamstow’s Pumphouse Museum is housed in and around a Grade II listed former Victorian wastewater pumping station, with collections relating to this and to local innovation in transport, technology and manufacturing.
A volunteer-run site, The Pumphouse Museum has just undergone a review of governance and operations which will help prepare plans for exciting future development. As a result of this they are looking to expand their Board and seek applicants with the following experience:
– Treasurer/financial and budget management
– Collections management and documentation, to support ACE accreditation application.
– Collections conservation
– Event management
– Business Planning
– Audience development and marketing
– Volunteer management
Meetings: The Board currently meets monthly on an evening.
How to apply: Please send a brief covering letter and CV outlining your skills, experience and interest, with a subject line ‘Trustee Application’ to: firstname.lastname@example.org CC: email@example.com
Closing Date: 1st June 2019.
Job Type: This is a permanent, voluntary, unpaid position.
Volunteer Opportunities at The Pumphouse Museum
Fantastic volunteering opportunities have opened up at The Pumphouse Museum. Due to the proposed transformation of the museum’s site, the museum requires a number of Volunteers.
Volunteer Role: Front of House (4 positions available)
Schedule: Sundays 11.00am to 4.00pm (on a rota basis)
Duties include engaging with visitors and explaining about the historic building and the current collection on show.
Training will be given.
Other Volunteer Roles: General Volunteer (positions available)
How to Apply: Please email Mr Lindsay Collier MA firstname.lastname@example.org
with a general overview of yourself, please. Thank You
Featured network partner: Dr. James Lewis
This week we’re delighted to welcome Dr. James Lewis to our network.
An expert on the industrial history of the Lea Valley, Dr. Lewis is a prolific author who is also available to give lectures on his specialist subject. If you’re interested in booking him for a speaking engagement, just send us a message and we’ll put you in touch with him.
Dr. Lewis’s passion for the heritage of the Lea Valley has also fueled his involvement with the Lea Valley Heritage Alliance which he has helped to set up and launch in recent years.
Welcome to the network!
We’re delighted to welcome these wonderful people and organisations (below) who have joined our network in recent weeks: