Bletchley Park Trust
Bletchley Park is a World War Two Codebreaking heritage site open to the public 362 days a year. Their mission is to attract, engage and educate visitors from all over the world They are looking for a Digital Transformation Trainee to work closely with their Executive and Management Team to develop and deliver their Digital Strategy. You will play an important role in the future of Bletchley Park and gain hands on experience delivering a major project across all areas of the organisation including Operations, Marketing and Communications, Collections and Exhibitions, Learning and Support Services. This is a brilliant opportunity to understand the workings of a successful visitor focused heritage attraction and have a significant impact on Bletchley Park's digital activities. They're seeking an enthusiastic and passionate individual who is comfortable working with a variety of digital systems and is able explore new ways of working in order to help achieve the Trust’s vision.
About the employer
Bletchley Park is a World War Two Codebreaking heritage site open to the public 362 days a year. Their mission is to attract, engage and educate visitors from all over the world in order to inspire them with Bletchley Park’s crucial role in World War Two. They welcome over 250,000 visitors annually and their award-winning learning programme engages over 45,000 young people across the UK. Their story is rooted in the origins of information technology and their new Digital Strategy will help ensure Bletchley Park's story remains relevant and accessible for a 21st Century audience. It is an exciting time to join us. They value their team and are committed to the training and development of their people. Bletchley Park Trust employs over 100 staff and are supported by 250 dedicated volunteers.
- No previous paid experience is necessary, however it’s important that applicants are able to demonstrate an interest in the arts and heritage sector through volunteering, self-initiated projects, great research, or demonstration of transferable skills. We want people who can show their motivation, enthusiasm and commitment to developing a career in the arts and heritage sectors
- We are always keen to receive applications from people who are currently underrepresented in the creative and cultural sectors. This includes people from a black, Asian or minority ethnic background; D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse people; those from the LGBTQ+ community, and people from lower socio-economic backgrounds.
- We are much more interested in your potential than we are in your academic qualifications, and therefore do not require a minimum formal qualification for these traineeships. We would steer postgraduates away from applying - this is a Level 3 qualification and as a postgraduate degree is Level 6 or above, it is not likely to be the most appropriate experience for you.