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Development Manager, Museums Northumberland - Woodhorn Charitable Trust

Description

Woodhorn Charitable Trust is the museums service for Northumberland operating four distinctly individual museums: Berwick Museum & Art Gallery, Hexham Old Gaol, Morpeth Chantry Bagpipe Museum and Woodhorn Museum. 

Museums Northumberland is the custodian of significant and diverse collections housed within four unique historic sites across a large and low-populated county. Two of our collections are of international importance; the Pitman Painters - the first collection of amateur art to be displayed permanently; and the Berwick-upon-Tweed Burrell Collection - the Northumbrian portion of the most significant private donation in Europe. Our sites and collections testify to key moments in world history and represent Northumberland’s role in shaping the world. Hexham Old Gaol is England’s first purpose-built prison, Berwick upon Tweed Museum and Art Gallery is housed in the Clock Block of England’s first planned Barracks, Morpeth Chantry contains the UK’s first Bagpipe Museum and Woodhorn Museum’s colliery is a Scheduled Ancient Monument within Europe’s largest coalfield.

The Trust provides an exciting range of educational opportunities and is the lead consortium partner for bait, our Arts Council England-sponsored Creative People & Places Project, delivering an ambitious programme of arts engagement, working with partners in South East Northumberland. 

Woodhorn Charitable Trust has recently become Northumberland's newest NPO with funding from Arts Council England. This ACE support should allow the Trust to develop its events and exhibitions programme in new and inspiring ways to reach and engage new and existing audiences across the communities of Northumberland. 

To further support our exciting 4-year programme across Northumberland, we must now develop and implement a strategy to secure additional funding support from individual donors and patrons, trusts, foundations and companies.

The job description, person specification, guidance notes and declaration form can be downloaded from www.experiencewoodhorn.com/vacancies or by emailing a request to admin@woodhorn.org.uk 

A CV, covering letter and criminal record declaration form should be submitted to admin@woodhorn.org.uk or posted to Woodhorn Museum.