Come and join our hard working and friendly team of front of house, learning, exhibitions and curatorial staff and volunteers, who help deliver world class standard exhibitions and a great range of family and community friendly events that help us tell the story of the people in Buckinghamshire and beyond.

Front of House Supervisors (25.5 hours per week – Flexible)

We are looking for two new Front of House Supervisors to help manage the busy museum operations team, overseeing a small team of part time and casual staff delivering great visitor experiences to our 90 000 + visitors per year. Hours may be more flexible than stated above but the combination of hours / days need to cover 51 hours per week as a minimum.  A daily supervisor is required from Monday to Saturday including bank holidays, some Sundays in school holidays and some evenings. Hours of work will vary according to season and venue hire bookings.

Front of House Supervisor job description

Front of House Supervisor application form

Closing date for applications 20 April 2018 at 9am. Send your completed application form to 


The Museum has been awarded £100 000 funding per year from April 2018 to March 2022 as a new National Portfolio Organisation to help provide opportunities for all sectors of the community to engage with great arts and culture in our regions. To help us deliver this, we have some part time funded positions on offer :

Community Outreach Officer

Do you have lots of community connections locally? Are you interested in heritage and keeping traditions and stories about our communities alive in the future? This new role will lead community projects engaging with a range of local groups to help us collect objects and stories to represent the people who live in our region and to offer events and exhibitions for and with those communities.

Applications have now closed. Interviews scheduled for w/c 16 April 2018 by invitation only.

Workforce Development Officer

We are looking for someone with heritage, HR and volunteer management experience to lead the development of existing and new volunteering opportunities and encourage the development of staff / volunteer teams through visits and contact with other heritage professions for new ideas to develop our organisation.

Applications have now closed. Interviews scheduled for 13 April 2018 by invitation only.