Learning and Activity Co-ordinator - The Bridgewater Canal Project
Employer:Salford City Council
Published:Fri 10/08/2012 00:01 AM
Closing date:Fri 24/08/2012 23:59 PM
Working pattern:Part Time, Contract position
Hours:21.36 hours per week
Salary:£14,225 - £15766
Learning and Activity Co-ordinator, The Bridgewater Canal Project
Grade 6, £23,708 -£26,276 (fixed term until August 2013)
3 days (21.36 hrs) per week
Location: Salford Museum and Art Gallery Salford has an important and often momentous history. None more so than through the story of the Bridgewater Canal, the world’s first commercial canal.
The Bridgewater Canal, Worsley Delph and Barton Swing Aqueduct are heritage firsts with international significance and were at the heart of the industrial revolution. This incredibly important heritage feature is now the focus of a £3.5 million bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund and we have recently had the excellent news that we are through to stage two of the bidding process.
We are looking to appoint a Learning and Activity Co-ordinator for the Bridgewater Canal project until August 2013. The successful candidate will develop and deliver a programme of learning and activity pilot projects, the evaluation of which will ultimately feed into the creation of a learning and activity plan for the Bridgewater Canal. This will be an integral part of our stage two bid. The appointee will be experienced in planning, delivering and evaluating learning, arts and heritage based activities involving a wide variety of audiences. They will have experience of working with educational stakeholders and freelance practitioners, and managing a number of tasks at once. They should be able to work flexibly, including evenings and weekends where necessary, and are expected to become familiar with the project and area very quickly. They will be organised and exhibit exemplary time management skills, and will work closely with the project steering group, heritage management team and local stakeholders. The post will be split between the Heritage Services (2 days) and the Regeneration Team (1day).
Please apply with a CV and covering letter explaining how you meet the person specification by Friday 24th August 2012. Send applications to Ceri Horrocks, Heritage Development Officer for Learning, Salford Museum & Art Gallery, Peel Park, Crescent, Salford M5 4WU or , please mark for the attention of Ceri Horrocks. This post requires enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) clearance.