Closing Date: 10th December 2021
We have a unique opportunity for someone with strong I.T Skills and an interest in HR, to gain Administration experience within our Human Resources department, with the added bonus of working within a National Museum setting.
The job-holder will support the Assistant Director (Human Resources) and the Senior Human Resources Officer in a range of administrative activities as follows:-
Routine administration in support of HR activities, including:-
Routine administration in support of Volunteering activities, including:-
Any other ad hoc administrative duties.
Maintain effective internal relationships with all Museum Departments.
It is essential that the post-holder maintains high levels of confidentiality.
Health and Safety
Be committed to good health and safety and access practice, ensuring familiarity and compliance with Museum’s policies, procedures and guidelines and the health and safety of visitors, staff, volunteers and contractors at all times.
In addition, the post holder is required to:
Act in every way so as to preserve the Museum’s reputation and good name in all areas of its work and be fully committed to openness and transparency in all its dealings.
Carry out their duties in accordance with NAM’s Equal Opportunities policy.
Expected Skills Gained:
During the contract, the post holder will also participate in the “EY Foundation for Employability Support Scheme”.
The appointment will be subject to a security clearance.
The National Army Museum is an Equal Opportunities employer.
Essential skills, experience and qualifications:
London, SW3 4HT
25.00 hours per week
Any 3 days out of 5 (Mon to Fri);
[on average working 8.40am – 5.00pm].
How to Apply:
If you are interested in this role, please download and complete our Application Form, (you may also attach your CV) however please note, only fully completed NAM application forms will be considered.
For an application form please visit our website at:
You will also need to speak to your Universal Credit work coach and ask to be referred to this role.
10th December 2021
About The Museum
The Museum’s mission is to tell the story of Our Army and the people who have served in it; to inspire, engage and educate, though our World Class Museum and Collections. Through our galleries and innovative exhibitions and public programme, the public can explore what it’s like to be a soldier, why we fought in conflicts – past and present, and discover the impact the Army has had on our society.