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Gairloch Museum is inviting applications from experienced, enthusiastic museum professionals to lead us forward into a new era after a challenging, but ultimately highly successful, community-led redevelopment project. ‘Our Land, our People, our Story’ achieved our relocation to a repurposed Cold War bunker. The transformation culminated in the award of the prestigious ‘Art Fund Museum of the Year 2020’.


As the centre for historical and genealogical study in Wester Ross, we offer in-person and online events, activities and outreach all-year-round for visitors, residents, schools and community groups. Our new curator will have the expertise, commitment and interpersonal skills to develop our cultural heritage resources, taking full advantage of our expanding collection, library and archives and the support of a strong staff team of pro-active employees and volunteers.


Applications should be submitted by email by 30 June to

Seasonal Cafe Staff

We wish to recruit part-time serving, clearing and support staff excited to join the team in our Am Bàrd, our busy Museum Cafe. 


We are looking for friendly and flexible individuals who are good with the public and capable in the kitchen. Ideally you will have experience in catering or customer service, barista skills would be an advantage but are not essential. Training will be provided.


Hours for this post are flexible and negotiable to suit the best candidate/s.


Hourly pay rate is £10.90 per hour.


If you are interested in applying for a position, please call in at the café after 3pm to speak to Sally (our Cafe Manager) or email  with a copy of your cv including your full contact details.


We wish to recruit a part-time cleaner or cleaners to help keep our busy Museum looking ship-shape for all our visitors. 


We are looking for a hard working, dependable individual (or individuals) with a good eye for detail and keen understanding of customer expectations. As part of a small team, you’ll need to be able to work on your own and follow our cleaning guidelines and protocols. Ideally you will have some experience of this type of work, but training will be provided.


The role is  paid £10.90 per hour and from April to October, up to 2 hours per day, 6 days per week. From November to March hours are reduced in line with the Museum’s reduced opening hours.


If you are interested in this role, please email the Museum on or call 01445 712 287. 

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