Museums, Galleries and Collections Fund review 2023 panel

Closing date
Midday 28 November 2022
Number of positions
6
Length of term
1 year (course of the review)
Time commitment
6 days
Remuneration
£170 per day
Interview date
No interviews will be conducted. Panel members will be selected from the applications received
Outcomes communicated date
January 2023

The Higher Education Museums and Galleries Fund supports universities with:

  • museums
  • galleries
  • collections

The fund provides support to universities for additional costs incurred by making important resources available to the wider research community.

These museums and galleries provide distinctive benefits to the sector nationally and deliver world-leading or internationally excellent research outcomes.

This fund will be reviewed in 2023. The review will set priorities and future funding levels for the new 5-year funding period beginning in August 2024 to July 2025. Higher education museums, galleries and collections in England will be invited to apply for funding for this 5-year period.

Find out more about the Museum, Galleries and Collections Fund.

Who we’re looking for

Research England is seeking applications for expert panel members for its review of the Higher Education Museums and Galleries (HEMG) Fund. Research England wishes to appoint 6 expert panel members to work with the panel Chair.

The selection of panel membership across will aim to secure a spread of expertise relevant to the aims of the funding competition and provide a comprehensive range of knowledge to support funding recommendations.

We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian, minority ethnic and female candidates.

Panel member personal specification is:

  • an expert through experience relevant to the aims of the funding competition
  • leading knowledge of one or more of:
    • the museums, galleries and collections sector
    • the higher education sector
    • the funding environment for museums, galleries and collections
  • track record of providing evidence-based insight and recommendations
  • track record of a collaborative and responsive approach, with experience of improving outcomes

What you’ll be doing

Panel members will work with the panel Chair to provide advice on the review of the Higher Education Museums and Galleries (HEMG) Fund and funding decisions arising.

The panel will consider the submission criteria and evidence required, as well as assessing applications and making recommendations as to which institutions should be in receipt of funding.

How to apply

How we’ll assess your application

Applications will be assessed by Research England staff and the Chair of the assessment panel. The members of the panel will be selected based on the evidence provided against the criteria as detailed in the application form.

We expect applicants to meet all specified criteria for the role that they are applying for.

Last updated: 21 October 2022

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