Cutty Sark Learning Programmes Producer, Royal Museums Greenwich

  • 22nd September 2019
  • London, Greenwich
  • Full time
  • Paid (£25k-30k)
  • museums, Other
  • Jenny Murphy


Cutty Sark, one of the most famous ships in the world, re-opened in April 2012 following a major conservation project.

The ship offers a unique and memorable learning experience for everyone who steps on board. The learning programmes for schools (FS-KS3) and families is well-embedded and more than 45,000 visitors participate in creative workshops, performances, special events and school sessions each year.

We are looking for a Learning Programmes Producer with a passion for engaging school children and families in heritage learning to join the Cutty Sark team.This is an exciting time to join a busy learning programme with the ship celebrating her 150th anniversary. This post will sit within the Learning and Interpretation Department.

 Cutty Sark is part of Royal Museums Greenwich, a world-class museum campus situated at the heart of Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site. This includes the National Maritime Museum, the Queen’s House and the Royal Observatory Greenwich. Together our sites tell epic stories of sea and space exploration, pioneering architecture, art and British history.

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