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There’s a great opportunity to make an impact to museums and STEM 
learning across the UK at The Natural History Museum


*National Partnerships Manager
Salary:* £33,085 per annum plus benefits*
Contract: *Permanent contract*
Closing date:* 12.00 Monday 16 July

*Interviews:* Thursday 26 July//


The Natural History Museum is one of the world’s leading museums, 
internationally recognised for its dual role as a centre of excellence 
in scientific research and as a leader in the presentation of natural 
history through exhibitions, public programmes, publications and the web.

This role is critical to the delivery of the Museum’s UK strategy 
building capacity in museums UK wide, increasing the provision of 
engagement with nature and STEM Learning. With a focus on engaging large 
and diverse audiences this role is responsible for developing networks, 
building partnerships and delivering activity with regional partners in 
order to engage UK audiences with the natural world and support capacity 
building across the sector.

This role reports to the Head of National Public Programmes and 
facilitates The Natural History Museum’s national network of 
partnerships with museums across the UK. You will need excellent 
organisational skills and manage a team that has both long-term planning 
and needs to be agile responding to opportunities.

To be successful in this role ideally, you will have a degree in natural 
science, education or relevant discipline (or equivalent) and be highly 
experienced in partnership working, with proven ability to manage 
stakeholders, work with Development to fundraise for projects across the 
network, and successfully oversee the development of outputs in 
collaboration with others.

You have experience of working with a broad range of partners including 
museums, youth organisations, training providers, funders, learned 
societies and are comfortable presenting to funders and senior 
stakeholders.  The role will need someone experienced in delivering 
complex multiple projects whilst managing people and budgets.

For a full job description and to submit an application, please visit 
the Natural History Museum website.

Kind regards,

Kat Nilsson

Head of National Public Programmes


Katrina Nilsson ¦Head of National Public Programmes

The Natural History Museum ¦ Cromwell Road ¦ London ¦ SW7 5BD

+44 20 7942 5664 ¦[log in to unmask] <>


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