Museums Galleries Scotland
Museums Galleries Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC015593

Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) is the National Development Body providing support to more than 450 museums and galleries across Scotland.  We are a charitable trust with funding support from the Scottish Government to enable the delivery of a 10 year National Strategy.

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Climate Officer

  • Full time
  • £25,948
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 11th May 2021

Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) is the National Development Body for Scotland’s museums and galleries. We support more than 400 museums and galleries, through strategic investment, advice, advocacy and skills development.

We are looking for a Climate Officer to support and drive climate activity across sector projects and the organisation. Areas of focus will include: development of sector skills and delivery of resources for improving carbon management planning; the support of collaborative projects across the culture sector and identifying future opportunities for impact and collaboration.

The post will be a key point of engagement for external stakeholders around MGS and sector climate activities. Managing a varied workload, this role gives the opportunity to help deliver across a range of projects as well as influencing the core activities which support the development and sustainability of the organisation and sector.

The role will require experience in climate change adaptation practice, managing risk and uncertainty, supporting organisational change, developing community based adaptation, or integrating climate change issues into the design, monitoring and evaluation of projects and programmes.

As this post also supports the delivery of projects, you will have a strong people-focus, a proactive approach and a passion for making lasting impact. A strong communicator, you will be comfortable to influence positive behavioural change and be able to interpret and report data in an accessible way.

In particular this role requires someone who conveys energy and enthusiasm about their work, can make effective decisions following appropriate criteria, organises and plans work effectively, readily contributes ideas, and communicates well with and is approachable to a range of different audiences. Collaborative working with colleagues, partners and throughout the sector is an essential aspect of this role.

The successful candidate will manifest our core values: collaboration, integrity, passion for the heritage sector, and courageousness.

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Grants Assistant

  • Part time
  • £21,311 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh with flexible home working
  • Closing 23rd July 2021

Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) is the National Development Body for Scotland’s museums and galleries. We support more than 400 museums and galleries, through strategic investment, advice, advocacy and skills development.

The Grants Assistant supports the delivery of MGS’s grants programmes, and helps capture their impact. This is an exciting opportunity to join a grants team working in a fast-paced environment, responding to the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic with a range of funding streams aimed at supporting museums and funding projects that will build their resilience and enable communities to engage with their collections.

Assisting across all elements of the grants process, responsibilities will include dealing with enquiries about the grants programme and liaising with applicants, assisting with eligibility and financial checks, maintaining database information, and supporting analysis and reporting on grants impact.

You will have experience supporting and maintaining processes and a keen attention to detail, with a strong customer focus, great communication skills and a can-do approach. Comfortable working with databases and data, you will have experience interpreting financial information and excellent organisational skills. Collaborative working is an essential part of the role.

In particular this role requires someone with a positive attitude who collaborates well, makes effective decisions following appropriate criteria, deals promptly with enquiries and organises their work efficiently.

The successful candidate will manifest our core values: collaboration, integrity, passion for the heritage sector, and courageousness.

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