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 Vacancies

Family Learning Volunteers

Closing date:  Monday 22 February 
Salary: 
n/a

Do you enjoy interacting with small children, singing and moving, and working as a team to deliver a fun and engaging educational programme?

We are seeking enthusiastic volunteers to support our new Tuesday sessions for families with children under 5. Since the launch of our new family galleries last year, we’ve had a busy and exciting time and ‘Singing and Stories’ is our effort to interact directly with our youngest visitors. With all this excitement we are looking for volunteers with commitment, enthusiasm and a passion for families and museums to support the sessions and help show parents and carers how they can learn with their children.

If you think this could be the role for you, please download the role description and application form below, and send the form to us by Monday 22 February.

Family Learning Volunteer role profile and application form [956 KB]

Apprenticeships (x3)

Introductory session: Tuesday 16 February (17:30 – 19:00)
Closing date: Tuesday 29 February 
Recruitment day: Thursday 10 March
Contract: Full-time 12 month fixed-term
Salary: c.£16,650 per annum

The Museum is recruiting three apprentices to help develop and deliver our high profile young people’s learning programmes. If you are 18-24, looking to get professional experience, training and new skills and care about London’s culture and history then we would love to hear from you. 

What we're looking for  

  • Enthusiasm for learning and gaining new skills
  • Positive attitude
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work within a team
  • Enthusiasm for museums and supporting young people to be their best
  • Experience of supporting other young people and/or taking part in a gallery or museum setting is desirable
  • GCSE grade A-D in English, Maths and ICT

What we're offering

  • High quality training 
  • Full-time 12 month fixed-term contract 
  • A unique gateway opportunity into the wide ranging cultural sector
  • Nationally recognised qualification in Cultural and Heritage Venue Operations

Job descriptions

Battle Bus Apprentice Job Description [162 KB]
Young People’s Skills Programme Apprentice - Audiences over 16 [154 KB]
Young People’s Skills Programme Apprentice - Inspire Engineering for ages 11-16 [152 KB]

How to apply

Come along to our ‘Is it for you?’ session at the museum on Tuesday 16 February between 17:30 – 19:00. Please come to London Transport Museum, Covent Garden, Ticket Desk for 17:30, where there will be someone to meet you. Initial recruitment will take place on Thursday 10 March and will involve taking part in group tasks around the museum.

Recruitment process [167 KB]

To apply simply upload an up to date CV on the London Apprenticeship Company website. If you have any further question please contact us by email at [email protected].

Contact us

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