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Job: Explainer, National Media Museum

The National Media Museum (NMeM) is one of the leading museums in the north of England, receiving over 500,000 visitors a year and they want you to contribute to their ongoing success.

NMeM are looking for an extrovert, engaging and entertaining communicator to fill this stimulating role.  With your excellent presentation and performance skills and your keen interest in media, you will help bring the galleries to life for their diverse range of visitors.
As part of the Explainer team in the Learning Department you will present live shows and use your creative skills to develop and deliver art, craft and media based activities for families and groups.  It will be up to you to ensure visitors including families, school groups and teachers have an enjoyable, safe and educational visit.
If you have a passion for media, for communication, and for engaging children and adults of all ages, NMeM would love to hear from you. This post is 4 days per week including Sunday.  For a full job description please email
Interested? Please send your CV and covering letter to
NMeM regret that they can only respond to successful applicants.
NMeM are an equal opp
ortunities employer. They welcome applications from all sections of the community in which they work. NMeM particularly welcome applications from disabled people and guarantee interviews to suitably qualified disabled applicants.

Part time - 28.8 hours per week
£10,674.40 per annum (£13,343 FTE) plus weekend allowance

Deadline for applications: 31st May 2011


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