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Current Vacancies

Collections Development Officer | Sophy & White: The Dunollie Collections Unboxed Project | Fixed Term Contract – 30 months | 26 hrs per/week | £18,844 per annum (£26,092 pro rata)

 

We are looking for a dynamic museum professional to join the Dunollie Museum Castle & Grounds team to work with our extensive collection of Social History and Textile as part of a new National Lottery Heritage Fund Project – Sophy & White: The Dunollie Collections Unboxed. The primary aim of the role will be to stabilise the objects in situ, but also, to help re-imagine how we manage our collections at Dunollie for inclusivity, diversity and climate action.

 

We are looking for an organised and creative individual, with previous work or volunteer experience in a museum carrying out Collections Management tasks to SPECTRUM standards.

 

For more details about the project and the post, click on the button below.

 

How to Apply:

 

Please submit a CV and Covering Letter to info@dunollie.org

 

For an informal discussion about the opportunity, please contact Emma Sutcliffe (General Manager) on 01631 570550 or email emma@dunollie.org.

 

Application Closing Date: Wednesday 18 October at 5pm.

Interview Date: TBC

Education and Learning Officer (Sophy & White: The Dunollie Collections Unboxed Project) | Fixed Term Contract – 30 months | 24 hrs per/week | £16,931 per annum (£24,380 pro rata)

 

An exciting opportunity for an Engagement and Learning Officer has arisen at Dunollie as part of the National Lottery Heritage Fund Project – Sophy & White: The Dunollie Collections Unboxed. The role will be an integral part of this new project helping to engage people to provide opportunities and benefits through learning, participation and volunteering. The postholder will be based at Dunollie, with a primary remit to help deliver four collections engagement projects and work collaboratively in our community.

 

We are looking for a real “people person” with some practical experience undertaking educational projects and an interest in Scottish Social History, Museum Collections, and a passion for sharing these subjects with a wide audience.

 

For more details about the project and the post, click on the button below.

How to Apply:  

 

Please submit a CV and Covering Letter to info@dunollie.org

 

For an informal discussion about the opportunity, please contact Emma Sutcliffe (General Manager) on 01631 570550 or email emma@dunollie.org.

 

Application Closing Date: Wednesday 18 October at 5pm.

Interview Date: Friday 27 October

 

 

Freelance Project Evaluator (Sophy & White: The Dunollie Collections Unboxed Project)

 

The MacDougall of Dunollie Preservation Trust is seeking a freelance external Evaluator to develop the evaluation framework, support in monitoring project progress, and to complete a final evaluation report a for a new National Lottery Heritage Fund project: ‘Sophy & White: The Dunollie Collections Unboxed Project.

 

For more details about the role and the project, please click on the button below.

 

How to Apply:  

 

Please Submit the following documents to info@dunollie.org.

 

•             Project Proposal. This should be a short plan outlining evaluation focus, methodology/approach to delivering brief. (This should be no longer than 3 pages). 

•             Outline of previous experience, including CV 

•             Project Fee details including any expenses (if applicable) 

 

For an informal discussion about the opportunity, please contact Emma Sutcliffe (General Manager) on 01631 570550 or email emma@dunollie.org.

 

Application Closing Date: Wednesday 18 October at 5pm.

Interview Date: Monday 30 October

 

Trustees (Voluntary)

 

The MacDougall of Dunollie Preservation Trust is seeking a new generation of Trustees to help shape the future of its main asset, Dunollie Museum, Castle and Grounds, a world class heritage site on the outskirts of Oban.

 

This is a unique opportunity for you to be at the heart of this organisation supporting heritage and the local community, and we are particularly interested to hearing from those with experience in:

  • Heritage Management

  • Academia, particularly in relation to Scottish History and Heritage

  • Fundraising and Philanthropy

  • Law

Application by CV and Cover Letter

Deadline: Ongoing Recruitment

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