National Coal Mining Museum for England

Employer Information

Employer: National Coal Mining Museum for England
Contact: Joanne Healey

Salary Range: £21935 - £21935



£21,935 per annum 

36 hours per week 

We are looking for a Visitor Engagement Co-ordinator (Training) to support ‘Coalfield Conversations’, a Heritage Lottery funded, four year project.

This is an exciting opportunity to work alongside the Visitor Engagement Co-ordinator (Projects) to develop the visitor experience at the Museum. The role will involve developing and evaluating a sustainable training programme for volunteers, working with audience focus groups and leading on collecting and analysing visitor feedback.

You will have experience of training staff and volunteers, preferably in a cultural or  heritage setting, excellent communication skills and experience of audience development. Expertise in data analysis would also be an advantage.

The role requires you to be available to work a seven day rota system, which will include weekends, bank holidays and evenings.

To discuss this post further contact Sally-Ann Burley, Visitor Engagement Co-ordinator (Projects) on 01924 848806.

The Museum offers a pension scheme, generous holiday entitlement and operates a flexible working policy. The Museum has a no smoking policy.

For an application pack contact Joanne Healey by e-mail at:

Closing date for completed applications:  Friday 14th September at 3.00pm 

National Coal Mining Museum for England, New Road, Overton, 

Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF4 4RH.