Museum London is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from people of all abilities. Accommodations for candidates are available on request for all aspects of the selection process.

"​London: A History" Digital Curriculum Consultant

Museum London seeks an experienced collaborator to undertake research and deliver a suite of five new online educational resources for Ontario elementary and secondary schools. These resources will link to a new online exhibition called London: A History, which is a grant-funded project that is enabling broad access to the Museum’s material culture holdings and creates new avenues for interpretation of this region’s stories.

Reporting to the Head of Collections, Exhibitions, and Programs, and working under the supervision of the Curator of Education, the consultant will research historical topics and curriculum connections based upon artifacts digitized from the Museum’s material culture collection and the London: A History virtual exhibition; write curriculum-tied content for London: A History; consult with the Curator of Regional History and the Curator of Education; and otherwise assist in the creation of online education resources.

In the heart of Southwestern Ontario, Museum London overlooks the Deshkan Ziibi / Thames River, sits on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee, Lūnaapéewak and Attawandaron, and serves the diverse people of this region by providing a safe place of belonging where communities can discover exceptional art, rich history, and new possibilities.

Term: Maximum 6-month engagement; starting mid-October with deliverables by March 15, 2024, according to an agreed upon workplan and project timeline.

Hours: For tasks onsite at Museum London and team meetings working hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding stat holidays). For remote work, hours are flexible. The consultant is required to meet monthly deadlines.

Compensation: $8,000; dispensed according to an agreed upon payment schedule.

Application deadlineTuesday, October 10, 2023 at 9:00 am EST

Museum London Call for Artist-Educators

Museum London is accepting ongoing applications for paid, contract Artist-Educators. Opportunities are available to develop and lead arts or crafts workshops or classes, and also drop-in sessions for public events such as Family Day, Canada Day, or other civic festivals. Activities will  take place virtually or on-site. 

We are seeking Artists with:

  • Teaching experience to lead programs for children, youth, or adults. 
  • The experience of, and enthusiasm for communicating ideas clearly, inspiring creativity, developing technical confidence, and modeling inclusivity.
  • A commitment to working with the Museum London Programs team to reach activity deadlines and budgets.
  • The knowledge and ability to explore art or craft practices, histories, techniques, or materials. 

Arts or crafts-based activity themes could explore:

  • The practices or contexts of exhibiting our permanent collection art or artists. 
  • London and regional communities or histories including, and not limited to Indigenous, Black, Disability, and LGBTQ2S+ perspectives. 

Please submit your CV with cover letter and include  the following:

  • Relevant artist-education experience leading activities in a museum, or community setting.
  • One to three proposal ideas for drop-in sessions, workshops, or classes you would lead and include the title, duration, age group, learning objectives, and materials or techniques used.  
  • Two to three references. 

Submissions to be sent to .

Museum London is an equal opportunity employer. We thank all applicants but must advise that only those selected for interviews will be contacted.