Rural museum that is home to the national collection of objects representing the traditional way of life in Ireland since 1850.

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Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Assist in implementing the event programme.
  • Carry out various administrative duties required to put the programme in place.
  • Assist the Co-ordinator in submitting the Event license application.
  • Assist in implementing the event Marketing Strategy in conjunction with the event Steering Committee.
  • Assist in communicating various aspects of the programme to Museum staff.
  • Assist in implementing a targeted PR & social media strategy.
  • Co-ordinate the staffing and volunteer programme, in consultation with the Project Co-ordinator
  • Assist the Project Co-ordinator in liaising with event participants and stakeholders.
  • Co-ordinate all event signage (particularly on-site signs).
  • Liaise with other Museum staff, where necessary, regarding other elements of the
  • Feile na Tuaithe programme (ON SIGHT art installations).
  • Carry out all aspects of administration & event documentation work as requested by the Project Co-ordinator


  • Undergraduate students (3rd or 4th year) of arts management, cultural studies,
    museum studies, marketing, history or similar
  • Preferably has a prior internship experience
  • Team player with strong communication skills
  • Eager to learn and result oriented
  • Excellent command of written and spoken in English
  • Good level of MS Office programs

Location: Rural western Ireland

Start date(s): Rolling start date