We are always looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our fantastic team of volunteers.
Our volunteers help in a huge variety of ways including, welcoming visitors, selling tickets, providing catering and offering talks or tours to visiting groups.
Do you have a few hours to spare each week? Do you have an interest in history and enjoy meeting new people?
If the answer to these questions is yes, then please get in touch with us here at the Museum to find out more about becoming a volunteer.
We would be delighted to hear from you!
A great opportunity to join our Front of House team. We are looking for people to welcome our visitors when they arrive at the Museum. You will also work the till and card machine, help facilitate the serving of food and drinks in the cafe and monitor the shop. There are opportunities to deliver historical talks and to engage with visitors about their interests. Join a friendly and enthusiastic team to help us maintain our high standards of customer care.
We ask volunteers to commit to an average of one shift per week (morning or afternoon).
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01461 700021
We are seeking a volunteer to assist our Museum Manager in cataloguing and digitising our collection.
This will include object handling and research, photographing objects and uploading the data onto our digital database.
No prior experience is necessary as on site training will be given in a supportive environment.
We are looking for someone with enthusiasm, an interest in the past and a desire to learn new skills.
Ideally, they would volunteer at least one day a week as a minimum but this could be discussed with potential candidates.
This position would suit undergraduate or postgraduate students seeking curatorial experience or work within the heritage sector, a person who wants to develop their skills for employment or a person seeking new skills or experiences with an interest in history.
To apply email Judith Hewitt, email@example.com
Please include a CV and in your email provide an outline of why this position interests you.
We are always on the lookout for people with enthusiasm to help with our extensive youth programme at the Museum. No prior experience is necessary as onsite training will be given in a supportive environment. All you require is a willingness to work with young people and help them learn new skills.
There are opportunities to deliver stand-alone sessions or to run regular after school or holiday clubs at the museum. Join a friendly and enthusiastic Access and Learning team and help us maintain our high standards, and family focus at The Devil’s Porridge Museum.
Anyone working with young people requires a PVG disclosure and to work in adherence to our child protection policy. Ideally you will already have a PVG disclosure but if not, the museum can help arrange one.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01461 700021