Full details of how to apply for employment, work experience or a volunteering role at Royal Museums Greenwich.
If you have any queries about the recruitment process please email us at Recruitment@rmg.co.uk.
Applying for a job
To apply for any of the jobs advertised on our website, please click “Apply Now” to begin your online application. Please note:
We keep the information from equality monitoring forms separately from applications and keep it confidential.
We are part of the Disability Confident employers scheme and will guarantee an interview to candidates with disabilities who meet the essential criteria for a role.
Any attachments must be in Word or PDF format. For security reasons we are unable to open documents in SkyDrive or Google Docs.
Information for non-EU Nationals
We have a responsibility to check that all our employees are legally entitled to work in the UK.
If you’re a non-EU national, please make sure that you can provide evidence of your eligibility to live and work in the UK before applying for a job with us.
For further information or to check whether you’re eligible to work in the UK under the new points-based immigration system, visit the UK government website:
If you would like to apply for a voluntary role at Royal Museums Greenwich, please apply online by clicking ‘Apply Now'.
If your application is successful we’ll need you to complete a Disclosure for security clearance.
Applying for work experience
If you’re a secondary school, college or university student interested in work experience at Royal Museums Greenwich, please send us:
- your CV
- a completed enquiry form
- and a covering letter outlining your areas of interest and available dates.
Any attachments must be in Word or PDF format.
Email to: email@example.com
Or post to: Human Resources, National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF.
If we would like to take your application forward, we may invite you to come in for an informal interview to discuss your placement.
If your application for paid or voluntary work is successful, we’ll need you to complete a Disclosure for security clearance. This will enable us to access any information that the police or government departments hold about you regarding unspent criminal convictions (under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974). This helps us make safer recruitment decisions.
For some posts, particularly those that involve working with children, we will need you to complete an Enhanced Disclosure.