Tudor House Museum, Worcester
Tudor House Museum is seeking a part time Learning Officer. The museum’s offer to local schools is successful and well received. The present volunteer Education Coordinator is retiring, and the museum is recruiting a Learning Officer to develop the Learning programmes. This person will also provide some general operations and collections support to the Museum Manager. The Learning Officer will be responsible to the Museum Manager and indirectly to the Education Representative on Worcester Heritage and Amenity Trust Board.
The role is for two days a week, with extra days as required, one of which must be a Friday. Successful applicants should have experience in delivering high quality, imaginative and dynamic learning sessions in schools, museums or similar educational establishments.
Applicants should submit their CV by email to email@example.com, together with a covering letter describing their suitability for the position, details of two references and a brief outline of their ideas for developing the schools and learning programme.
Full details of the role can be downloaded from the website, and the present School Activity days viewed.
Closing date for applications: 5pm, 1 March> Apply Now