Find out more about working with our Publishing, Retail and Hospitality & Events teams within National Museums Scotland Enterprises Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of National Museums Scotland that supports our work.

National Museums Scotland Enterprises Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of National Museums Scotland. It was established in 2002 to facilitate the commercial activities of National Museums Scotland. It provides support by gifting its potential profit to National Museums Scotland at the end of each financial year.

The company has departments in Publishing, Retail, and Hospitality & Events, as well as responsibility for the National Museums Scotland Picture Library and related activities of image licensing, copyright and product development.

Find out more about National Museums Scotland Enterprises Ltd here.

Part Time Retail Assistants

It has been a period of exciting change at National Museums Scotland, not least in retail where we have three shops within the National Museum of Scotland.  With exciting new galleries and record visitor figures, we are looking for bright, enthusiastic people to join our team in the coming weeks.

Retail assistants are expected to show a positive attitude, the ability to work as part of a team and a real willingness to provide the highest possible standards of customer care.

We have part-time vacancies with the following hours:

Four days from seven (16 hours per week) and five days from seven (20 hours per week)

You will be expected to work four or five 4 hour shifts per week across our seven-day opening.

These positions are generally not suitable for students as we cannot offer a regular working pattern each week.

If you are interested in being part of our exciting future send your CV with a covering letter, either by email or post to: 

The Retail Manager
National Museum of Scotland
Chambers Street

This position is based in Edinburgh.

Closing date for applications is Wednesday 15 August.

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