Would you like to work at the National Museum of Finland?
The National Museum of Finland is a national museum and a cultural institution. We maintain Finland’s oldest cultural history collections, which contain approximately half a million items. We are an active nationwide institution and produce a diverse range of content that reaches a wide audience. Our family of museums consists of eight museums and two castles – the National Museum of Finland, Maritime Museum of Finland, Seurasaari Open-Air Museum, Tamminiemi, Hvitträsk, Louhisaari Manor, Langinkoski, The Prison, Olavinlinna Castle and Häme Castle.
All vacancies at the National Museum of Finland are posted on the Finnish Heritage Agency’s website and are applied via the valtiolle.fi website. We also offer opportunities for internships at different levels of studies.
In addition to this, the National Museum of Finland in the centre of Helsinki offers vacancies for the ‘familiarisation with working life’ period (TET) for pupils in basic education. Read more about TET and apply for a vacancy.