Bristol museum seeks new staff as it continues to grow

Aerospace Bristol staff

With Aerospace Bristol on track to surpass 100,000 museum visitors this year, marking its most successful year since the pre-pandemic era, the charity has revealed plans to establish several new positions.

In the upcoming weeks, the charity will start recruitment for positions such as visitor experience & retail manager, fundraising manager, operations manager, site manager, and various marketing roles.

Additional roles are anticipated to be announced later, and the museum is actively seeking volunteers to contribute to the exhibitions and activities available to visitors.

Adam Jones, head of marketing and commercial operations at Aerospace Bristol, said: “We’re thrilled to have so many visitors coming through our doors, exploring and enjoying Bristol’s rich aerospace history. We’ve worked hard throughout and since the pandemic, so it’s incredibly rewarding to see that paying off and the positive response we’re getting from our visitors. We are expecting to hit over 100,000 visitors this year, which is truly phenomenal.

“It’s great to be expanding our team with a whole host of new roles and we can’t wait to welcome more people in to help us as we continue to grow.”

Aerospace Bristol has had a busy year with various events, including a half-term program of family activities.

During this period, visitors explored new exhibits like the “Concorde: End of an Era” exhibition and went on family tours focused on the Concorde.

Later this month, the museum will mark the 20th anniversary of Concorde’s final flight on November 26, followed by the launch of its first Aerospace Bristol Christmas Workshop in December.

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