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Jobs: National Media Museum - Explainers

Your confidence, customer focus and excellent presentation skills could help visitors get even more out of their day at the National Media Museum!  Working across ten galleries, including our changing temporary exhibitions, you'll deliver a range of engaging and educational presentations and activities to visitors.  You'll be asked to develop and devise a few presentations of your own too.  So this is a great opportunity to be creative!

With over 750,000 visitors visiting the Museum every year, you'll be giving presentations to a diverse audience.  So experience of working with the public in a similar role, supported by excellent communication, customer service and performance skills, is a must.  You should also have the ability to remember and present factual information, with a good understanding of photography, film, television, radio and/or new media, as well as an interest in science and technology.

Award winning, visionary and truely unique, the National Media Museum embraces photography, film, television, radio and the web.  Part of the SMG family of museum, we aim to engage, inspire and educate through comprehensive collections, innovative education programmes and a powerful yet sensitive approach to contemporary issues. 


Explainer’s educate, entertain and inspire visitors, interpreting and communicating information about the museum’s subject matter in unique, engaging ways.

Two roles:

full time:




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