Work With Us
We have a dedicated team of paid staff, supported by the fantastic work of up to 40 volunteers. We advertise all current vacancies for paid roles on this page, through our social media channels and on a range of relevant charity and cultural websites.
Venue Hire and Events Assistant
The Museum of Brands is looking for a bright and tech-savvy Venue Hire and Events Assistant to Support with the implementation, delivery and evaluation of our marketing campaigns, driving bookings with a view to maximize income opportunities. The post holder will act the main point of contact for events operations, managing our suppliers as well as freelance and casual event staff and running a varied portfolio of events for leading household names. The successful applicant will also support the Commercial Events Team with the delivery of Fundraising Events, Influencer Events, Fam Trips and Professional Talks.
This role offers opportunity to progress and develop a significant number of skills, ideal for someone with the drive and ambition to build a successful career in events.
Hours: 8 hours per day (40 hrs per week)
Working pattern: 5 days per week
Closing date: Midnight, Tuesday 31st May 2022
Fundraising Events Manager
We are looking for an experienced fundraiser and events manager to join our commercial team. You will develop and lead on existing and new fundraising streams, with a focus on corporate membership and local supporters, and plan and deliver events and programmes related to these income streams. Responsible for raising significant net income to support Charity’s growth and future.
Hours: 8.5 hours per day (flexible working welcome)
Working pattern: 2 days per week
Salary: £35-£40k pa pro-rata 2 days per week
Closing date: 9 AM, 3rd May 2022
We are seeking a Bookkeeper to join a small and busy team as a permanent staff member. The Museum’s collection is one of the most unique in London, with over 12,000 items on display focusing on consumer culture and packaging from the last 200 years. You will work in liaison with the Finance Director and Museum Manager to undertake financial bookkeeping and banking duties such as paying and preparing invoices, banking, payroll and reconciling the Museum till. This is a varied role that includes, but is not limited to Gift Aid, VAT returns, bank reconciliations, credit control and monitoring of costs. We are a UK registered charity.
Location: Hybrid working – Museum of Brands, Notting Hill, London, W11 1QT and home
Working pattern: 12-16 hours per week, flexible working welcomed over 7 days
Salary: £23k-£24k (pro-rata) depending on hours and experience