The National Alliance for Museums, Health & Wellbeing is a place where information about museums and health can be shared; to improve existing practice, help build resilience and provide resources and support for those individuals and organisations working in this area of activity. The Alliance is funded by Arts Council England. To find out more about Arts Council England please go to www.artscouncil.org.uk

Job Vacancy: Project Coordinator, National Alliance for Museums, Health & Wellbeing (based at UCL)

UCL Ref: 1584530

Grade: 7
Hours: Full Time 

Salary: £34,056 – £41,163 per annum (Inclusive of London Allowance)

We are seeking a Project Coordinator for the National Alliance for Museums, Health and Wellbeing to be based at University College London. The postholder will have demonstrable experience of leading the delivery of large projects within a complex environment preferably with knowledge and understanding of museums/arts and health & social care partnerships. They will have excellent organisation skills, good oral and written communication skills and the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively as part of a team.

Further Details

Closing Date: 5th October (5pm)

Interviews: 7th October (morning)

For further information about the Alliance see: https://museumsandwellbeingalliance.wordpress.com/

This post is funded by a generous grant from Arts Council England.

For further information about this post contact: Sophie Elgood (s.elgood@ucl.ac.uk).

For further details on this great opportunity and to access the online application form please click here


The Museums for Health and Wellbeing report outlining our research findings can be downloaded here. 

MUSEUMS FOR HEALTH & WELLBEING CONFERENCE (2 March 2016, Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester)

The first national conference of the National Alliance for Museums, Health & Wellbeing

Museums for Health and Wellbeing Conference Programme


Gregor Henderson, PHE – Curating for Wellbeing

Simon Chaplin, Wellcome Trust – Wellbeing and the cultural contexts of health

Helen Chatterjee and Krisztina Lackoi, NAMHW – Museums and wellbeing work in the UK

Roseann Logan and Chris Gourley – Fostering a wellbeing centred culture of care

Jeremy Kimmel, Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery – Partnerships for Wellbeing

OBL 5Conference delegates during the Object handling for Wellbeing breakout sessionphotograph (c) Andy Ford
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17 Responses to Home

  1. Gillian says:

    please register me to receive updates on this


    • klackoi says:

      hi Gillian, thank you for your interest in the National Alliance for Museums, Health & Wellbeing. I have now added you to our JISCMail list, and you should be getting a notification soon. All the best, Krisztina


  2. Tania Soley says:

    Please could I be added to the museums and well being alliance mailing list,
    Kind wishes


    • klackoi says:

      Hi Tania, thanks for your interest in the National Alliance for Museums, Health & Wellbeing. I’ve added you to our JISCMail list and you will shortly receive a confirmation email. Thanks, Krisztina


  3. Christine Chapman says:

    Please can you register me to recive updates re the work of the Alliance


  4. Really interested in finding out more about the alliance

    Best wishes



  5. Amy Woodcock says:


    are there still places left for this? I am interested in attending.


    • klackoi says:

      Hiya Amy, yes, still plenty of places left for the conference – it’s just the marketplace pop-ups that are fully booked now! Look forward to seeing you there. All the best, Krisztina


      • Louise Douse says:

        Are there still places for attendees? Or is it sold out for both the marketplace and the conference attendees?


      • klackoi says:

        Both fully booked! We’ve got about 40 people on the waiting list… Keep an eye on the website though, as we plan to make presentations available. All the best, Krisztina


  6. Peter Nurick says:

    Could I please be added to the mailing list. I would be interested in receiving updates and seeing the presentations if I am not able to attend in person.

    Kind regards,



    • klackoi says:

      Done! Do keep an eye on our website as we are hoping to record the conference presentations or at the very least make presentations available to those who are not able to attend in person. All the best, Krisztina


  7. Becky says:

    Please can I also be added to the mailing list


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