Social Media Officer
We are on the look out for a savvy social networker to join the team at the Thinktank Planetarium! If you have a passion for the Planetarium and can work up a storm on Twitter then you might be just who we need. You can find out more about the role here!
Closing date: 19/03/14
If you think you’ve got what it takes then please apply using this application form and return it to Alex.Nicholson-Evans@birminghammuseums.org.uk or by post to: Alex Nicholson-Evans, Volunteer Development Officer, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham, B3 3DH.
Please do take a look at the other volunteering opportunities we have to offer here at Birmingham Museums Trust.
Planetarium volunteer Dan Hodgkinson addressing 60 volunteers & staff at the 2012 Birmingham Museums Volunteer Party, describing how the planetarium helped him obtain a First with his Film Studies.
Planetarium work experience student Nikki Sharma taking a break during October half-term 2011."Just wanted to say thank you so much for the great opportunity, I really enjoyed working
with you guys and I learnt a lot. Can you say hi to Zee and Colin and Cath for me and tell them that I thoroughly enjoyed my experience and would love to come back in the summer. Nikki :)"
Planetarium volunteer Rutu Joshi (here with Brian Marsh) is the National winner of the British Museum's 2011 Marsh Trust Volunteer Award. More photos here
"Do not try to satisfy your vanity by teaching a great many things. Awaken people's curiosity. It is enough to open minds; do not overload them. Put there just a spark. If there is some good inflammable stuff, it will catch fire" - Anatole France
"I would like to thank you for giving me the opportunity of work experience at Thinktank Planetarium. It was a great, hands-on experience and I enjoyed delivering the automated shows and making the subtitles. I would like to thank Mario, Colin and Zee for all their help, and I would be interested in volunteering again in the near future" - Nina Vyas, Sep 2010