The day to day operations of the Museum of Timekeeping is managed by a small team of staff and volunteers.
Dr. Robert Finnigan
Rob looks after the Museum’s archives and library with its unique collection of approximately 10,000 archive materials and books. He is also the Museum’s EDI officer, is responsible for the social media of the Museum and is working on creating digital content and a new website along with developing a new exhibitions for the Museum.
Rob has several degrees in literature and a doctorate in Anglo-Irish literature, as well as experience in archives and library management, international conference organisation and the heritage sector. In 2021 he assisted the former manager in setting up the Museum shop and relocating the Speaking Clocks
Dave has excellent organisational experience and abilities gained in his earlier full-time working life. He now runs the front-of-house activities, which include managing public open days, group tours and the special event days that the Museum holds several times a year.
He is also responsible for managing the fantastic team of volunteers who give up their precious time to help us open. When not at the front-of-house, Dave can be found in the office helping the manager in a variety of admin roles.
Do you have time to volunteer?
You do not have be a clock or watch expert to join our team, there are all kinds of different skills, interests and expertise that go into the making of the Museum of Timekeeping tick