New Job Opportunity: Museum Development Network Coordinator 2019-20

Abigail Millican, 14.05.2019

The Museum Development Network (MDN) has an exciting vacancy for a freelance Coordinator to support the MDN with administration, events and professional development support. The MDN comprises of museum development providers from across the UK and their staff, with a committee overseeing aligned activity, collaboration between providers and coordination of national projects and programmes.

Freelance, 6-8 days a month

Contract £17,800 (Inclusive of travel)

10th June 2019 to 31st March 2020 (with possible extension)

Deadline – 5pm, 31st May 2019

The MDN seeks to appoint a freelance Coordinator to support the committee, thematic working groups and the wider network to continue to build on its collaborative approaches to programming, sharing information and data collection to support the museum sector through the delivery of quality development support.

The appointed person(s) will have experience of coordination, data management, communications, and coordination of dispersed teams and programmes with a good knowledge of the museum sector, Museum Development and the role of Sector Support Organisations.

Occasional national travel will be expected to MDN and stakeholder meetings and conferences.

Proposal to tender

The consultancy proposal to tender should include:

  • Proposed working pattern, budget/pricing breakdown indicating any VAT payable and include this in your quotation if relevant
  • Details of the relevant experience and competency possessed by the individual and any other personnel who will work on the consultancy
  • Details of your approach to undertake the programme of work outlined above

For further information, download the MDN Coordinator brief 2019-20.

Deadline for proposal submission is 5pm on the 31st May 2019.

Please submit proposals to Claire Browne, Chair of MDN Committee: [email protected]

cc Kaye Hardyman, Vice Chair of MDN Committee: [email protected]

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