The Museum of London is an award-winning, charitable institution with a vision to connect people with the lived experience of London. The story the museum tells is one of place and people, evolving through interaction and exchange. We capture the capital’s complexity and contrasts through the London Collection.
The Museum forms an integral part of City of London Corporation’s Culture Mile initiative and are a key part of the Mayor of London’s Culture Strategy for London, and due to this the next five years will be an extraordinary time, as we maintain two vibrant museums and undertake the biggest project in our history, creating a New Museum in West Smithfield. The ‘New Museum Project’ is one of the largest cultural projects in Europe and will transform the museum, Smithfield and the City of London.
Further information about the move is available here: http://museum.london
As part of this exciting journey, we are looking to recruit a Procurement Specialist to join our small team. Reporting into the Head of Procurement the role will be key in supporting day to day procurement activities as well as being involved with New Museum related procurement projects, which will encompass a range of categories from construction and facilities management to design and other unique and bespoke services. As the procurement Specialist you will be responsible for identifying appropriate procurement routes, in line with relevant legislation and compliance as well as working with multi-discipline teams and providing advice and guidance on procurement matters. The role will also be key in assisting Contract Management throughout the Museum and work to develop best practice across the institution.
This is a customer centric environment so the role requires a pro-active and confident individual who can work on their own initiative and deliver results in a complex and challenging environment. An interest in the culture or heritage sector would also be an advantage. Experience within public sector procurement is also a requirement for the role. In return The Museum can offer you a flexible working environment with a fantastic work life balance as well as the opportunity to be involved in a truly unique project.
If you are interested and would like to discuss this opportunity further or would like to apply, please email Joanne Till at Morgan Law, firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing dates for applications is 26th August and interviews will be held on Thursday 1st or Friday 2nd September.
The Museum of London is committed to equal opportunities and diversity. We particularly welcome applications from disabled, Black, Asian and ethnically diverse candidates, who are currently under-represented in our organisation.