England was the birthplace of the modern professional game of football, the world's most popular sport.

The National Football Museum collects, preserves and interprets this unique heritage for the public benefit. The Museum has a long-term mission, a responsibility to both the present and future generations. Football is the people's game. The Museum has a key role to play in social inclusion, widening the audiences for museums and their services.

The National Football Museum holds the world's finest collections of historic football artefacts and archives, including the ball from the 1966 World Cup Final, Maradona's shirt from the "hand of God" game, the oldest FA Cup trophy, the shirt from the world's first international, the official FIFA Collection, and so much more ...

If you fancy a job that involves football history and memorabilia you might be interested in the following :  

President of the National Football Museum: Sir Bobby Charlton and Vice-Presidents: Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Tom Finney, Sir Trevor Brooking are looking for some help with these jobs:



 Museum Posts  

Permanent / Temporary & Casual Posts:


Post 1: 1 Temporary Part-Time Museum Assistant

(with Casual Supervisor role) to cover maternity leave

Hours of work: weekdays 9.30pm – 1.30pm &

alternate weekends Sat & Sun 9.30am-5.15pm

Based on a 2 week rolling rota: Wk 1: 31hrs Wk 2: 16hrs

Hourly rate: £6.18 (Casual Supervisor hourly rate £8.19)


Post 2: 1 Permanent Part–Time Museum Assistant (20 hours per week)

Weekdays 12.00pm – 5.00pm

Hourly rate £6.18


Post 3:  3 Casual Museum Assistants

(various hours - mainly weekends, school & bank holidays)

Hourly rate up to £5.99 depending on age


Post 4:  4 Gallery Session Leaders – Casual hours

Hourly rate from £8.00 - £10.00 depending on experience


Please note: applicants can apply for more than one post – please indicate this on application form  

We require staff to join the museum team as Museum Assistants & Gallery Session Leaders to welcome visitors and provide excellent customer care, (Museum Assistant role to also maintain security and work in the Museum shop and Café).

If you are enthusiastic about museums, enjoy working with people and would like to contribute to the welcoming atmosphere and friendly service that we are proud to provide to both local, national and international visitors, we would like to hear from you.

Due to the nature of the work the successful applicants will be required to obtain Criminal Record Bureau disclosure at enhanced level.  

Further details and an application forms are a available to download Here

Closing Date for Museum Assistant posts: Friday 3rd October 2008 Closing Date for Gallery Session Leader posts: Friday 10th October 2008

Closing Date for Museum Assistant posts: Friday 3rd October 2008
Closing Date for Gallery Session Leader posts: Friday 10th October 2008



Comments (3)

  1. Joe Barbieri

Love the use of the old THFC badge, this puma template needs time to grow on me though<br /><br />Nice effort

  1. Matthew Wilkinson

Yeah, like the old badge. I was doing a kit for the season after next for the Lillywhites 2010-12 (with a style similar to the home Independiente kit I posted up - the &quot;Belezebub&quot; template) and I put that badge between the shoulderblades. I like the current Spurs kit with the hooped socks, and that they should keep that, but having said that, this is really nice (If you have the time, can you do an away version of this in yellow please with the shorts and socks?)

  1. Guest

no way but nice work

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