Employer Connect : Arts, culture & Heritage

EmployerConnect: Opportunities in the Heritage, Arts and Culture Sector

3:00pm - 4:00pm / Thursday 11th November 2021
Type: Webinar / Category: Department
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If you are enthusiastic about preserving history and heritage, or championing culture and the arts to inspire communities – then a career in the heritage, arts and culture sector might be the perfect option for you.

The heritage, art and culture sectors cover roles in museums, art galleries, conservation, archaeology, archives, events, education, outreach and other creative industries.
We will be joined by leading professionals from some of Liverpool’s leading employers within the heritage and cultural industry, including National Museum Liverpool, Culture Liverpool and Tate Liverpool.

Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to hear about what it’s like to work in the heritage and culture sector, advice on applying for graduate roles, as well as exciting opportunities that you can be getting involved with now! The panel will also be able to answer any questions that you’ve got about working in the sector.

Speakers include:
Mark Davies - Head of People at National Museums Liverpool
Andy McNicholl - City Events Manager at Liverpool City Council
Laura Irving - Head of Development at Tate Liverpool.

The event will be held virtually on Zoom, to secure your place make sure you register.