Install Co-Ordinator


Salary: £32,199.74 -£34,977.91 p.a

Location: Paisley

Install Co-Ordinator, Hybrid, Fixed Term 12 months, Grade 7 £32,199.74 -£34,977.91 p.a

Supported by The National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund

Do you want to work at one of Scotland’s biggest cultural heritage projects? Can you successfully manage a large-scale exhibition install? We’re looking for someone to help deliver the object installation at Paisley Museum ahead of it’s reopening in 2024.

About the Project

Paisley Museum Re-Imagined is a £45 million refurbishment project that will create a radical, world-class museum space to preserve and celebrate the town’s history and international impact. Working with architects AL_A, and exhibition designers OPERA Amsterdam, the museum will deliver an accessible, inclusive, and co-produced experience for visitors and communities. Reopening in 2024, it will showcase over 100 new displays containing over 1,200 objects from a range of disciplines such as Fine Art, Natural History, Science, Social History, World Cultures, and Textiles, including its Recognised Collection of Paisley shawls.

About the Role

As Install Co-ordinator, you will develop and deliver an object installation programme for over 1,200 objects planned for display, including large and complex items such as intricate weaving equipment and machinery, bulky taxidermy, and large artworks. You’ll play a key role in scheduling and overseeing object movement at and between OneRen sites, and co-ordinating object deliveries from external partners and contractors such as lenders and conservation studios.

Working closely with the Project Manager and Collections and Conservation Manager the post holder will programme the object installation period in co-ordination with the wider project programme. You’ll organise work plans and schedules for multiple teams working concurrently on installation of different displays, composed of OneRen staff and external contractors such as mount makers and art handlers.

The Install Co-ordinator will help deliver the final stages of the Paisley Museum Re-Imagined project on time, and an understanding of the complexities in packing, moving, and handling cultural heritage objects and artworks is essential. The role requires a keen attention to detail, a methodical approach to working and a strong set of problem-solving skills.

About OneRen

OneRen is a vibrant and ambitious culture and leisure charitable company that delivers services and experiences across Renfrewshire. Originally established in 2003 to manage and deliver sport and leisure services in 9 venues on behalf of Renfrewshire Council, in 2015 the charity was expanded to include the delivery of cultural facilities and services, increasing our asset base to 64 venues and over 20 outdoor recreation sites.

Our vision is to improve the health, well-being and quality of life of local communities through accessible arts and culture, leisure and sporting opportunities. We deliver a year-round programme of activities and services that meet the needs of our diverse audience groups. As well as supporting the economic regeneration and civic renewal of Renfrewshire, we are developing a cultural portfolio intended to raise the profile of Renfrewshire as a national and international cultural and tourism destination.

To arrange an informal discussion on the role, please contact Sean Kelly, at

Closing date: Sunday 7 May 2023

The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Basic Disclosure Scotland check.

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Applications are welcome from candidates from all backgrounds including those with disabilities and candidates who are ‘care experienced’.

Application Deadline: Sunday 07/05/2023