Project & Event Planner - National Museum of Ireland

  • Job type

  • Location

    Dublin City
  • Working Pattern

  • Specialism

    Administrative Support
  • Industry

    Government & Public Services
  • Pay

    €126.23 per day

Project & Event Planner | 6-month Assignment | National Museum of Ireland Dublin | €32,821

Your new company
As Project & Event Planner you will join the National Museum of Ireland who are known as Ireland's leading museum institution, with a strong emphasis on national and some international archaeology, Irish history, Irish art, culture, and natural history. Your new office is located in Dublin City, full time at their Collins Barracks office and is accessible via public transport. NMI requires you to join their team on a 6-month assignment.

Your new role
As Project & Event Planner, your new role will involve project management and coordination of two key elements of the Decade of Centenaries Artist in Residence Project with artist Anthony Haughey at the National Museum of Ireland. Your core duties will include but are not limited to project planning for the 1st event and symposium from concept stage to development, delivery and post event debrief and evaluation; drafting and overseeing a clear planning framework for both events; managing the timely and clear communication of the planning framework to all key partners, both internally and external; budget management; setting up and leading a planning team for both events; stakeholder liaison and all general administrative and ad-hoc project duties that fall into your new role.

This is a great opportunity for you to gain invaluable project and event experience within a reputable National Cultural Institution such as the National Museum of Ireland

What you'll need to succeed
You will ideally have recent relevant experience in a similar role, experience of project management with an ability to manage multiple tasks is required. Experience of working with large group in public settings is essential. Excellent organisational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise your workload and meet tight deadlines is necessary.Understanding of contemporary art, exhibitions and socially engaged art practices along with an understanding of museums and museum learning for a range of audiences, including schools, communities, families and intergenerational groups is needed to successfully carry out these events.

Desirables include a qualification in Arts or Heritage Management, Museum or Heritage Studies, History, Art History, Archaeology, Education or a combination of any of the aforementioned, knowledge of the Irish language and experience in the museum or heritage sector.

With clear and relevant examples of your career achievements within a similar environment with proficient event and project management skills you will be a very strong candidate for this role.

What you'll get in return
You will be rewarded with a competitive salary and gain invaluable and transferable experience within a National Cultural Institute in Ireland. You will be involved in a major public event and symposium that is being held at NMI.

What you need to do now
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