Get involved

There are a number of varied and exciting opportunities at the museum which are offered throughout the year, from Volunteering and Internships through to Work Experience and Placements. Please see the relevant section of the website, or contact us for more information.

Current Opportunities

Learning Officer (Family Programme)

Location: Covent Garden, London 
Salary: £28,950 pro rata
Contract type: Part-Time (3 days a week) Fixed Term to cover maternity leave 
Closing Date: Midnight on 28 September 2016. 

The Learning Team at London Transport Museum encourages people to engage with the past, present and future of London’s transport. We offer learning opportunities for schools, families, skills development, creative activities for young people and provide engaging programming to a wide variety of audiences at the Museum in Covent Garden, our Depot in Acton, and through outreach work across London.

We are looking for an experienced education and heritage professional to manage the delivery of our Family Learning Programme, focusing on activities, events and workshops during school holidays, at weekends, at our Depot store in Acton and for a targeted Under 5’s audience. The post holder will work alongside the Community and Schools and Young People Skills team at the Museum and be accountable for embedding best practice in museum education as well as training and supporting a team of freelancers to deliver our programmes. The post holder will work in a dynamic team of Learning staff to extend the reputation of the department internally and externally, driving forward the Family Programme at LTM.


For more details and to apply please visit the TfL website:

Learning Volunteer (Battle Bus project)

Location: Covent Garden, London 
Closing Date: Monday 3 October 

We are seeking enthusiastic volunteers to support our Battle Bus project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and London Transport Museum Friends. As part of the project’s 2016 activities we have curated an exhibition about the First World War which will be displayed at Bruce Castle Museum in Tottenham from October 2016 to March 2017. The content for this exhibition has been created by young volunteers. An element of this exhibition will also tour local venues in Tottenham to reach a wider audience.

We are looking for volunteers to carry out face to face evaluation with the public visiting the exhibition at Bruce Castle Museum. We would also like evaluation to be carried out at the other venues in Tottenham which will display the touring part of the exhibition. Full training will be provided on how to conduct evaluation with the public.


Role description and application form [956 KB]

Please read the role description above and complete the application form and email to [email protected].

Contact us

Tel: +44 (0)20 7565 7264
Email: [email protected]