Current Vacancies

The British Motor Industry Heritage Trust employs around 70 permanent staff and over 100 casual staff to work at the British Motor Museum.

Roles can vary from office and museum work through to catering and operational roles such as chefs, café staff and engineers.

We also have extensive volunteering opportunities at the British Motor Museum. Please see our Volunteering page for more information on volunteering.

If we have any current vacancies they will be detailed below:

Permanent Positions

Part Time/Casual Positions

Catering & Conference Assistants

Are you 16 years or older and looking part time work? The British Motor Museum are looking for part time Catering & Conference Assistants. Days, weekends and some evenings available. £6.74 per hour. Click here to see the full job description. 

If interested please contact: enquiries@britishmotormuseum.co.uk giving your name, contact details, any experience and what days/times you are available.


Volunteer Vacancies 

Family Activities Volunteer

Department: Collections and Interpretation / Education
Location: British Motor Museum, Gaydon
Reports to: Volunteer Co-ordinator
Key relationships: Family and Lifelong Learning Officer /Curator /Head of Collections and Interpretation
Hours: On-going in Warwickshire’s school holidays. Between the hours of 10am – 4.30pm

A regular commitment of 1 day a week or a fortnight would be beneficial.

Key facts:
Engaging families and children in the Museum’s collection as part of a team delivering Family and Lifelong learning across the Museum. As a volunteer you will not be paid. We will reimburse your out of pocket travel expenses incurred whilst volunteering for us, in line with our policy.

Role specification:
Prepare, deliver and assist in the supervision of Family and Lifelong learning session at the British Motor Museum, including handling sessions, arts and crafts, and Lego as part of our Family and Adult Learning Programme.

Requirements / Skills:

    • An interest in or knowledge of the motor industry, historic cars, transport or industrial heritage would be useful but not essential
    • To interact with the public as well as collections and museum staff
    • A clean driving licence is useful but not essential 
    • An ability and willingness to learn new skills and to share existing ones
    • Able to work alone or as part of a team
    • A desire to support the Trust’s educational aims.

Administrative points:

  • Training will be provided including an induction course
  • Equipment will be provided for delivery
  • The British Motor Museum does not provide clothing or work wear, other than personal protection equipment (PPE) as required
  • Volunteer badges will be provided as appropriate
  • The British Motor Museum, operates a non-smoking policy
  • Parking is free

To apply contact The Volunteer Co-ordinator on 01926 927820
or click here to fill out the Volunteer application form 

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