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Education Demonstrator

National Museums Liverpool

Liverpool, NW
20 days ago
Liverpool, NW
20 days ago

Our peopleare at the heartof National Museums Liverpool.Colleaguesfrom across the NML teammake a difference everyday,creating memorable experiences for everyone and challenging expectations.We pride ourselves on being a place for everyone, butwe are always aiming higher, aspiring to be representativeof the communities we serve. Through our people, we are building a culture which embeds trust, respect and inclusionand an organisationin which people areengaged and empowered to enable National Museums Liverpool to evolve. You could be just the right person to join us.

We are currently inviting applications for the post of Education Demonstrator.

This exciting role will join our existing Learning & Participation teambased at the International Slavery Museum. Reporting to the L&P Team Leader, the successful applicantwilldelivera range of educational sessions, acrossan inclusive programme for early years and families, schools, young people and adults.

An ideal role for an enthusiastic and organised person, who is looking to build their skills, in a public-facing role. The perfect candidate should enjoy working with people, developing audiences and encouraging visitors to discover and learn through new experiences

If you think you match the job description and our organisation ethos then click on the link to apply with your CV and covering letter.


Background and Vision:

Background

National Museums Liverpool (NML) is one of the world’s great museum organisations. We hold in trust and safeguard some of the world’s most important museum collections, which are universal in their range.

NML currently comprises eight museums: International Slavery Museum, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Sudley House, UK Border Agency National Museum, Walker Art Gallery, World Museum and the Museum of Liverpool

Our Vision for Learning & Participation

We aim to deliver a high quality, positive and rewarding museum experience that will encourage children, young people and adults to gain the knowledge and skills they need to develop their educational attainment, cultural awareness and life chances.

To achieve this werecognise that we have a major part to play in understanding the needs of our local schools, communities and visitors. Our success will be demonstrated through the delivery of an excellent and seamless visitor experience that enables high levels of participation, national collaboration and international partnership.

Core Activities

Reporting to the Learning & Participation Manager/Team Leader you will be required to:

  • Work with schools, community groups and general visitors to develop education activities that meet their requirements.
  • Encourage visitor participation through an accessible and inclusive Learning & Participation Programme.
  • Deliver an educational programme of workshops, interactive tours, talks, events and other activities as directed by your Manager or Team Leader.
  • Make a direct contribution to the delivery of timed educational activities
  • Contribute to the development of the department by attending team meetings and giving advice to senior staff, orally and through written reports.
  • Work with colleagues to maximise the Education and Community offer across NML.
  • Ensure that all visitor statistics for your area are collected and recorded onto the Central Events Management System (CEMS) database on a weekly basis.
  • Promote the use of the NML on-line evaluation tool.
  • Assist in the development of educational resources to support temporary exhibitions as and when required
  • Ensure the security of the collections while they are under the care of ECV.
  • Work closely with colleagues across NML to ensure a seamless experience and consistent standards are delivered for all visitors to NML with reference to the visitor charter produced by ECV.
  • Provide event support and effective house-keeping duties at your venue.
  • Provide support to volunteers and work placement students where required.
  • Manage health and safety policies and procedures and make a contribution to the continuance of a sound health and safety culture within the department.

  • Improve performance through undertaking continuing professional development.

  • Adhere to and promote NML’s Equality and Diversity, Safeguarding Vulnerable Children and Adults and Child Protection policies. Monitor and update the NML Diversity Action plan.

  • Show the highest level of integrity and confidentiality in pursuance of these duties and to uphold the Museums Association Code of Ethics.
  • Undertake such other duties as may be required from time to time.

The details contained in this job description reflect the content of this job at the date of being prepared. It is however possible that over time the nature of the job will change. Consequently National Museums Liverpool will expect to revise this job description from time to time and will consult with the post holder at the appropriate time.


Personal Specification

Essential

Experience

Experience of developing and delivering education programmes in the cultural sector, preferably in the Museum sector.

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Experience of standard office IT software.

E

Knowledge, Skills and abilities

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

E

Flexible approach and ability to work with others

E

Enthusiastic, outgoing personality & ability to create rapport quickly with the visiting public.

E

Ability to work any 4 from 7 days

E

A clear commitment to the promotion of diversity

E

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Education Demonstrator

National Museums Liverpool

Liverpool, NW
20 days ago
Liverpool, NW
20 days ago

Our peopleare at the heartof National Museums Liverpool.Colleaguesfrom across the NML teammake a difference everyday,creating memorable experiences for everyone and challenging expectations.We pride ourselves on being a place for everyone, butwe are always aiming higher, aspiring to be representativeof the communities we serve. Through our people, we are building a culture which embeds trust, respect and inclusionand an organisationin which people areengaged and empowered to enable National Museums Liverpool to evolve. You could be just the right person to join us.

We are currently inviting application for the post of Education Demonstrator.

This exciting role will join our existing Learning & Participation teambased at the International Slavery Museum. Reporting to the L&P Team Leader, the successful applicantwilldelivera range of educational sessions, acrossan inclusive programme for early years and families, schools, young people and adults.

An ideal role for an enthusiastic and organised person, who is looking to build their skills, in a public-facing role. The perfect candidate should enjoy working with people, developing audiences and encouraging visitors to discover and learn through new experiences

If you think you match the job description and our organisation ethos then click on the link to apply with your CV and covering letter.


Background and Vision:

Background

National Museums Liverpool (NML) is one of the world’s great museum organisations. We hold in trust and safeguard some of the world’s most important museum collections, which are universal in their range.

NML currently comprises eight museums: International Slavery Museum, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Sudley House, UK Border Agency National Museum, Walker Art Gallery, World Museum and the Museum of Liverpool

Our Vision for Learning & Participation

We aim to deliver a high quality, positive and rewarding museum experience that will encourage children, young people and adults to gain the knowledge and skills they need to develop their educational attainment, cultural awareness and life chances.

To achieve this werecognise that we have a major part to play in understanding the needs of our local schools, communities and visitors. Our success will be demonstrated through the delivery of an excellent and seamless visitor experience that enables high levels of participation, national collaboration and international partnership.

Core Activities

Reporting to the Learning & Participation Manager/Team Leader you will be required to:

  • Work with schools, community groups and general visitors to develop education activities that meet their requirements.
  • Encourage visitor participation through an accessible and inclusive Learning & Participation Programme.
  • Deliver an educational programme of workshops, interactive tours, talks, events and other activities as directed by your Manager or Team Leader.
  • Make a direct contribution to the delivery of timed educational activities
  • Contribute to the development of the department by attending team meetings and giving advice to senior staff, orally and through written reports.
  • Work with colleagues to maximise the Education and Community offer across NML.
  • Ensure that all visitor statistics for your area are collected and recorded onto the Central Events Management System (CEMS) database on a weekly basis.
  • Promote the use of the NML on-line evaluation tool.
  • Assist in the development of educational resources to support temporary exhibitions as and when required
  • Ensure the security of the collections while they are under the care of ECV.
  • Work closely with colleagues across NML to ensure a seamless experience and consistent standards are delivered for all visitors to NML with reference to the visitor charter produced by ECV.
  • Provide event support and effective house-keeping duties at your venue.
  • Provide support to volunteers and work placement students where required.
  • Manage health and safety policies and procedures and make a contribution to the continuance of a sound health and safety culture within the department.

  • Improve performance through undertaking continuing professional development.

  • Adhere to and promote NML’s Equality and Diversity, Safeguarding Vulnerable Children and Adults and Child Protection policies. Monitor and update the NML Diversity Action plan.

  • Show the highest level of integrity and confidentiality in pursuance of these duties and to uphold the Museums Association Code of Ethics.
  • Undertake such other duties as may be required from time to time.

The details contained in this job description reflect the content of this job at the date of being prepared. It is however possible that over time the nature of the job will change. Consequently National Museums Liverpool will expect to revise this job description from time to time and will consult with the post holder at the appropriate time.


Personal Specification

Essential
Experience

Experience of developing and delivering education programmes in the cultural sector, preferably in the Museum sector.

E

Experience of standard office IT software.

E

Knowledge, Skills and abilities

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

E

Flexible approach and ability to work with others

E

Enthusiastic, outgoing personality & ability to create rapport quickly with the visiting public.

E

Ability to work any 4 from 7 days

E

A clear commitment to the promotion of diversity

E
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Our peopleare at the heartof National Museums Liverpool.Colleaguesfrom across the NML teammake a difference everyday,creating memorable experiences for everyone and challenging expectations.We pride ourselves on being a place for everyone, butwe are always aiming higher, aspiring to be representativeof the communities we serve. Through our people, we are building a culture which embeds trust, respect and inclusionand an organisationin which people areengaged and empowered to enable National Museums Liverpool to evolve. You could be just the right person to join us.

We are currently inviting applications for the post of Education Demonstrator.

This exciting role will join our existing Learning & Participation teambased at the International Slavery Museum. Reporting to the L&P Team Leader, the successful applicantwilldelivera range of educational sessions, acrossan inclusive programme for early years and families, schools, young people and adults.

An ideal role for an enthusiastic and organised person, who is looking to build their skills, in a public-facing role. The perfect candidate should enjoy working with people, developing audiences and encouraging visitors to discover and learn through new experiences

If you think you match the job description and our organisation ethos then click on the link to apply with your CV and covering letter.


Background and Vision:

Background

National Museums Liverpool (NML) is one of the world’s great museum organisations. We hold in trust and safeguard some of the world’s most important museum collections, which are universal in their range.

NML currently comprises eight museums: International Slavery Museum, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Sudley House, UK Border Agency National Museum, Walker Art Gallery, World Museum and the Museum of Liverpool

Our Vision for Learning & Participation

We aim to deliver a high quality, positive and rewarding museum experience that will encourage children, young people and adults to gain the knowledge and skills they need to develop their educational attainment, cultural awareness and life chances.

To achieve this werecognise that we have a major part to play in understanding the needs of our local schools, communities and visitors. Our success will be demonstrated through the delivery of an excellent and seamless visitor experience that enables high levels of participation, national collaboration and international partnership.

Core Activities

Reporting to the Learning & Participation Manager/Team Leader you will be required to:

  • Work with schools, community groups and general visitors to develop education activities that meet their requirements.
  • Encourage visitor participation through an accessible and inclusive Learning & Participation Programme.
  • Deliver an educational programme of workshops, interactive tours, talks, events and other activities as directed by your Manager or Team Leader.
  • Make a direct contribution to the delivery of timed educational activities
  • Contribute to the development of the department by attending team meetings and giving advice to senior staff, orally and through written reports.
  • Work with colleagues to maximise the Education and Community offer across NML.
  • Ensure that all visitor statistics for your area are collected and recorded onto the Central Events Management System (CEMS) database on a weekly basis.
  • Promote the use of the NML on-line evaluation tool.
  • Assist in the development of educational resources to support temporary exhibitions as and when required
  • Ensure the security of the collections while they are under the care of ECV.
  • Work closely with colleagues across NML to ensure a seamless experience and consistent standards are delivered for all visitors to NML with reference to the visitor charter produced by ECV.
  • Provide event support and effective house-keeping duties at your venue.
  • Provide support to volunteers and work placement students where required.
  • Manage health and safety policies and procedures and make a contribution to the continuance of a sound health and safety culture within the department.

  • Improve performance through undertaking continuing professional development.

  • Adhere to and promote NML’s Equality and Diversity, Safeguarding Vulnerable Children and Adults and Child Protection policies. Monitor and update the NML Diversity Action plan.

  • Show the highest level of integrity and confidentiality in pursuance of these duties and to uphold the Museums Association Code of Ethics.
  • Undertake such other duties as may be required from time to time.

The details contained in this job description reflect the content of this job at the date of being prepared. It is however possible that over time the nature of the job will change. Consequently National Museums Liverpool will expect to revise this job description from time to time and will consult with the post holder at the appropriate time.


Personal Specification

Essential

Experience

Experience of developing and delivering education programmes in the cultural sector, preferably in the Museum sector.

E

Experience of standard office IT software.

E

Knowledge, Skills and abilities

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

E

Flexible approach and ability to work with others

E

Enthusiastic, outgoing personality & ability to create rapport quickly with the visiting public.

E

Ability to work any 4 from 7 days

E

A clear commitment to the promotion of diversity

E

Source: National Museums Liverpool