Vacancies at The Florence Nightingale Museum
(Part-time. 15 or 22.5 hours per week) c£31k pro-rata
Are you looking to utilise your experience in financial administration and management to support a small but thriving charity? The Florence Nightingale Museum is looking for a part-time Finance Manager to support our developing charitable business. It’s an exciting time to join us as 2020 is not only Nightingale’s bicentenary but also the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, meaning we have lots of exciting events and activities planned and are expecting a high number of visitors to our small but busy site.
A strong eye for detail, accuracy, business acumen and experience with SAGE is essential, as are the skills to work independently within a small team in a varied role with genuine responsibility. Experience of administering grant aid, pay roll, VAT and retail income would be advantageous too, but most of all we need someone who is committed to the role and keen to join a developing and growing site.
The position is available for either 15 or 22.5 hours per week, with the days worked flexible to suit the needs of the post-holder and the business. (Hours can be discussed at interview.) Based at St Thomas’ Hospital our museum has great transport links and is easy to access from many different parts of London.
1 or 2 4-hour shifts per week (min 3 months)
These are unpaid roles based at the Florence Nightingale Museum (travel Zone 1) but you should also be willing to work as required at outreach events across Lambeth borough. A regular pattern of working days is preferred with some degree of flexibility negotiable. It is preferred to work in a morning (09.00-13.00) or evening (13.00-17.00) shift. All volunteers are expected to undertake some basic object handling and public speaking training in week 1 and attend further training facilitated by the museum if required.
- Assist the Visitor Experience team by facilitating short 5 min introduction tours to visitors
- Facilitate object handling sessions with visitors (training will be provided by the museum)
- Assist the learning team in setting up and clearing away school sessions
- Help the actor interpreter with greeting school groups and crowd control in the Gallery
- Support the learning team with the facilitation of holiday activities for families
- Meet and greet visitors
- Help the museum gain an insight of its audience by encouraging visitors to take part in visitor surveys
- Assist the retail team in promoting the museum guide book to visitors
- Occasionally usher at evening events and represent the museum at outreach events off-site
- Carrying out other visitor engagement activities as required on the day (training or briefing will be provided where necessary)