Migration, Heritage and Belonging Community Facilitator x2, National Maritime Museum

  • 2nd March 2020
  • London
  • Part time
  • Paid (£25k-30k pro rata)
  • museums
  • Chardine Taylor-Stone


Royal Museums Greenwich is looking for two experienced Community Facilitators to adapt and deliver development sessions with partners to target underrepresented groups (eg. Somali, African-Caribbean, African, South Asian) and develop relationships between established and newly arrived communities. Consultation on the proposed areas of activity will collaboratively develop the focus of the project in line with participants’ needs.
The Community Facilitators will explore the collection, drawing out a range of primary materials (3D objects and archival materials) that most effectively speak to the lived experience and shared legacies of migration. The Community facilitators will then create community-led programmes based on the prioritised objects.

 Skills and Experience:

  • Essential

    • Demonstrable experience of developing and delivering creative workshops and resources with African, Afro-Caribbean, South Asian and other communities with historical experiences of migration
    • Imaginative, creative and self-motivated
    • Creative approach to engaging people in conversation and activities to build trust and draw out responses
    • Demonstrable experience of facilitation in a community, heritage, gallery or museum setting
    • Experience of developing and delivering creative evaluation
    • A working knowledge and understanding of issues associated with diversity, representation and social inclusion.           


    • Interest in maritime history and Britain’s relationship with the sea

2 days per month £165 per day (payments subject to National Insurance and tax deductions) based at National Maritime Museum. 


For the full job description or to apply please send a CV and Cover letter to
Chardine Taylor-Stone
Migration, Heritage and Belonging Project Coordinator

Application deadline 9am on 2nd March 2020.
Interviews will be held on 16 March.