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Advert Date:   Tuesday, 5th September 2023
 
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Job Title:   Client Project Manager
Organisation:   Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery
Salary:   £35,744 - £41,880 p.a.
Type:   Full-Time Position
Contract: 10 months
Location:   Carlisle, England
Closing Date:   Open until Position Filled
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  Job Description
Project Tullie is a major capital programme which will transform the museum and contribute to the delivery of a new Tullie brand. It will see the main building reordered, galleries refurbished, public facilities updated, and new property acquired. The work has started – come join us and be part of one of the biggest museum projects in the north of England.

Project Tullie is phased capital development programme which aims to unlock the potential of Tullie and transform the museum into a thriving and dynamic hub for heritage, culture, and community wellbeing.

Phase 1 involved the creation of new costume galleries which were completed in 2021. Phase 2 comprising new entrance, reception and welcome gallery is fully funded with delivery about to commence. Plans for onward phases of Project Tullie are progressing with major applications already submitted for the refurbishment of all of the museum galleries and to realise the ambitious vision of creating a new Roman-themed children’s experience.

Overall, the programme aims to make the museum more relevant to more people. It will show more of the world-class collections, provide more community and commercial spaces and make the museum more connected and sustainable.

We are seeking a Client Project Manager to join our team and lead the onsite day-to-day delivery of the Phase 2 project. You will be working closely with a wide team of consultants and specialists including Project Management services, Architects, M&E, Structural & Civil Engineers, QS, Heritage & Conservation Consultant, interpretation & exhibition designers, activity planners and evaluation consultants.

As part of the project management team, the successful applicant will bring a positive can-do attitude, be able to manage multiple tasks and activities, be a keen problem-solver who can work collaboratively to identify solutions and be an excellent communicator, who is able to communicate with a wide variety of audiences effectively. As part of the team, you’ll be able to support team members through skills and knowledge sharing, help to meet overarching programme deadlines and navigate complexities across all phases of the programme to deliver the shared objectives of Project Tullie.
  Required Skills / Qualifications
• Be the lead Project Manager for the on-site delivery of the next stage of Project Tullie.

• Be the main interface between the client-side Project Team and the external Project Team, specifically the Design Team, the external Project Manager and the Principal Contractor.

• Identify and deliver on client-side items of priority, managing the project workstreams and ensuring project objectives are met.

• Through the management of day-to-day on-site activity, work closely with the Tullie Management Team to ensure teams are informed and communication channels are in place, supporting the organisation to operate under ‘Business as Usual’ where possible.
  Application Instructions
Applications for this role will be reviewed as they are submitted and no fixed closing date has been set. Applicants who can demonstrate they meet the Person Specification criteria will be invited to attend an in-person interview. Once an appointment is made the vacancy will close.

To apply for the position, please visit Jobs - Tullie - Museum & Art Gallery for full details and send your CV and a covering statement (of no more than 1,000 words), detailing your relevant experience, skills, and what interests you about this role and being part of the team to hr@tulliehouse.org

Requests for any further information or an informal discussion can be sent to hr@tulliehouse.org
Contact Name:   Mrs Gillian Forrest
Contact Tel:     01228618719
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Contact Email:   hr@tulliehouse.org
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Address:   Castle Street, Carlisle.