Work at the Museum
Coventry Transport Museum is no ordinary transport museum.
Displaying the largest collection of British road transport in the world, the collection includes over 550 cars, motorcycles and bicycles and 25,000 models. The collection represents Coventry’s unique heritage as the birthplace of British road transport. With everything from bone rattling cycles to thrilling land speed record breakers, the Museum is regarded as one of the leading visitor attractions in the West Midlands, welcoming nearly half a million visitors a year.
Coventry Transport Museum is part of the Culture Coventry charitable trust - occasionally we need to recruit new staff to the team, and we look for self-motivated and forward-thinking people. Even if you are based behind the scenes, you need to be comfortable working with or around visitors in an environment where creating the right atmosphere is everything. Everyone in the team plays an active part in delivering our fantastic attraction to visitors.
All of our vacancies can be found listed here when they arise, but if you can’t wait to get involved why not
click here to see our Volunteering Programme.
Sessional Learning Assistants (Schools/Families)
Community & Learning is a central part of Culture Coventry’s main aims, to enable all our visitors to enjoy a stimulating and interactive approach to understanding our collections, and gain a full appreciation and enjoyment of Coventry’s rich history.
We are looking for more Sessional Learning Assistants to support our Learning Officers, to help deliver dynamic and innovative formal and informal learning programmes for our busy schools and families’ activity programme across our sites, at Coventry Transport Museum, The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum and the Lunt Roman Fort.
We are currently looking to appoint a new Trustee to support our ambitious plans to develop new audiences at home and worldwide utilising our National Portfolio Organisation status and as part of Coventry’s City of Culture 2021.
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