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Volunteers are an integral part of the Museum team. They work alongside our staff, but in different roles, and contribute to the development and day-to-day operations of the Museum.
Can you help?
Carpenter / Technician
We are currently seeking help from a skilled volunteer willing to use their carpentry/joinery skills and talents for the benefit of staff, volunteers and visitors to The Stained Glass Museum. Work will be varied and may include making frames for notices, storage units, and display plinths for new acquisitions. You may also help install new displays.
The museum does not have a carpentry workshop and so ideally you would have access to a workshop from which you can work. Carpenter / Technician Role Description.To apply for this role, please complete a Volunteering Application Form.
We are currently seeking volunteers interested in supporting our Learning programme. Learning Volunteers are an active part of our team, ensuring the smooth delivery of our varied workshops for children and young people.
For more information about the role, please download our Learning Volunteer Role Description. To apply for this role, please complete a Volunteering Application Form.
We are currently seeking volunteers interested in taking on the roles of Theophilus, our medieval monk, and Mr Briggs, our Victorian factory foreman. These two characters are integral to our most popular schools workshops, and help bring learning to life for younger visitors. Costumes and training are provided.
For more information, please download our Costumed Reenactor Role Description. To apply for this role, please complete a Volunteering Application Form.
Current Job Vacancies are listed on the job vacancies page
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