Job vacancy: Learning Officer (Nottingham) Maternity Cover

Title: Learning Officer (Nottingham) Maternity Cover

Responsible to: Learning Manager (Nottingham)

Responsible for: Volunteers and freelance staff

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £18,000

Location: Based at the National Justice Museum, Nottingham

Purpose and Objectives

The post holder is responsible for the co-ordination, organisation and delivery of the National Justice Museum’s learning programme in Nottingham at the National Justice Museum and the City of Caves and in the East Midlands

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Coordinate the day-to-day running of learning provision for the NCCL at the National Justice Museum and City of Caves and outreach, ensuring all sessions are delivered to a high standard and fit the needs of teachers and pupils
  • Facilitate activities with children, young people, adults and other users – delivering a set number of sessions at the National Justice Museum (Nottingham) and City of Caves and in schools in accordance with budget targets
  • Coordinate and deliver funded programmes at the National Justice Museum (Nottingham) and City of Caves to funding specifications including timescale, budget and quality
  • Review, develop and create site-specific learning activities in conjunction with other members of the National Justice Museum Learning team
  • Be the point of contact for schools when on-site at the National Justice Museum and City of Caves
  • Ensure all services are evaluated thoroughly to capture and demonstrate learning outcomes, providing updates and monitoring reports to the Learning Manager.
  • Maintain and develop links and relationships with schools, colleges, groups and organisations, work in partnership with other organisations to develop and deliver National Justice Museum programmes in accordance with the Business Plan and budget
  • Coordinate any facilitators, volunteers and freelance staff within the department as required
  • Positively promote the National Justice Museum and its core aims and objectives with existing and new contacts
  • Ensure all legal requirements are adhered, including Health and Safety, Risk Assessments, Child Protection and Insurance
  • Be aware of local, regional and national policy and developments and how they influence the National Justice Museum and City of Caves
  • Be committed to continuous professional development and take part in training where necessary
  • Any other daily duties which are relevant to the role

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TO APPLY

If you are interested, please send a CV and covering letter referencing the job description and person specification to gill.brailey@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk

Closing date: 5pm, Monday 27 May

Interviews will be held at the National Justice Museum on Thursday 30 May