The National Museum Directors’ Conference (NMDC) represents the leaders of the UK’s national collections and major regional museums.
These comprise the national museums in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, four leading regional museums, the British Library, National Library of Scotland, and the National Archives. Our national museums, libraries and archives employ over 13,000 people across the UK and are committed to creating diverse workforces which reflect the communities they serve and where individual differences are valued and respected.
Please visit The NMDC jobs website, www.nationalmuseumjobs.org.uk for details of current vacancies across the UK’s national museums, galleries, libraries and archives.
Royal Museums Greenwich is a group of world class museums incorporating the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory Greenwich and the Queen’s House, situated within 200 acres of Royal Greenwich Park land, at the heart of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. Be one of over 2 million visitors per year from around the world and who come to discover the history of British exploration and trade, stand on the Prime Meridian Line and reach for the stars in London’s only Planetarium. www.rmg.co.uk
The British Museum holds in trust for the Nation and the World a collection of art and antiquities from ancient and living cultures. Housed in one of Britain’s architectural landmarks, attracting almost 6 million visitors per year, the collection is one of the finest in existence, spanning two million years of human history. To find out more please visit our website www.britishmusem.org
The National Army Museum holds the premiere collection of material relating to the British Army and tells the story of the British Army at home and abroad from earliest times to the present day. Our mission is to gather, maintain and make known the story of the British Army and its role and impact in world history and to provide a museum experience that meets the widest range of public need and connects the British public with its Army. To find out more please visit our website www.nam.ac.uk
The National Gallery houses a world famous collection of Western European paintings, from around 1260 to 1900, that belongs to the nation. The building itself is listed, and is instantly recognisable as a major London landmark. With approximately 5 million visitors from around the world visiting us every year, The National Gallery is a vibrant place to visit and a stimulating place to work. Please do refer to our website to find out more: www.nationalgallery.org.uk
The National Portrait Gallery houses a unique collection of all forms of portraiture of the people who have made or who are currently contributing to British history and culture. With more than 1.9 million visitors each year, the Gallery is one of the country’s most important and popular galleries. To find out more please visit our website www.npg.org.uk
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