Project Interpretation Lead – 23 month fixed-term contract
Once the top-secret home to World War Two Codebreakers, our Mission is to preserve and enhance Bletchley Park, to attract, engage and educate visitors from all over the world through the continuing restoration and development of the entire estate and our exhibitions. Bletchley Park is a vibrant heritage attraction, open daily to visitors.
Bletchley Park is seeking an experienced exhibition interpretation developer for a new, large-scale permanent exhibition project on a 23-month, fixed-term contract. You will lead on interpretation development, telling the story of the final, intelligence-factory phase of Bletchley Park’s vital World War Two contribution. In this role, you will develop creative and audience-focused interpretation that inspires visitors of all ages, bringing our story to life in the place where it happened.
Part of a fast-paced project team, you will work closely with stakeholders across Exhibitions, Research, Collections, Site Works, Marketing, and Learning, as well as the exhibition design team and other suppliers, to see the project to completion. You’ll need enthusiasm, creativity, flexibility, attention to detail and a love of telling stories. The successful candidate will be a highly capable professional with significant previous experience of exhibition interpretation, a great team player who has worked in cross-functional teams, and an excellent written and spoken communicator. The role will report to the Head of Collections and Exhibitions.
Please send your CV with a covering letter to: Tracy Brighten, HR Assistant – [email protected].
Closing date for applications: Monday 22 July 2019
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