Finance Officer

Due to retirement Wiltshire Museum require a part-time Finance Officer on a permanent basis.  This is a wonderful opportunity to work in an interesting and friendly environment.

The main purpose will be to maintain the day-to-day book-keeping and payroll functions, using the QuickBooks accounting system; to run monthly and quarterly management accounts; and to prepare the Museum’s published accounts.

Click here for the job description and more details

Hours – 14 per week (days by arrangement)

Salary – Subject to experience

Onsite parking, 28 days holiday (pro rata), pension scheme.

To apply – fill in the application form and send with CV to or to Karen Jones, Wiltshire Museum, 41 Long Street, Devizes. SN10 1NS

Community Curator

We are looking for a Wessex Museums Partnership Community Curator (Wiltshire).

The Wessex Museums Partnership is looking for a person who is passionate about working with the community to develop and lead community engagement across Wiltshire, for both The Salisbury Museum and Wiltshire Museum.

For full details of the Job Description, Person Specification, Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, please click here.

Applications should be sent to Adrian Green, Director, The Salisbury Museum or by email to

The application deadline is 5pm on Monday 12 November 2018.



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