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Jobs and Volunteering

The National Justice Museum is an exciting place to work. For information on current vacancies, please see below.

Position: Education Facilitator

Organisation: National Justice Museum

Location: National Justice Museum, Shire Hall, Nottingham. NG1 1HN

Purpose of the role: 

To deliver unique and high-quality education workshops for schools and education groups visiting the National Justice Museum and City of Caves through facilitation with a consistently high standard of customer care, to ensure that education objectives are met, and schools are attracted to visiting the organisation.

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To apply, send a covering letter illustrating how your experience and skills meet the person specification below and an up-to-date CV to Naomi Garnett, Learning and Access Manager at naomi.garnett@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk

Please also complete and return this Equality and Diversity form (no information will be shared with other parties).

Closing date: Thursday 20th May, 5pm. Interviews will take place on the week commencing 24th May.

 

Position: Choices and Consequences Workshop Facilitators

Organisation: National Justice Museum, Ben Kinsella Trust

Location: National Justice Museum, Shire Hall, Nottingham. NG1 1HN

Purpose of the role:

To deliver Choices and Consequences knife crime awareness workshops to young people aged 10 – 17.

We are looking for enthusiastic and committed individuals who can work flexibly and are available during school hours in term time. You will be required to facilitate workshops which are designed to educate young people about the dangers of knife crime and how to stay safe. Some workshop facilitators work with each group as they move around the exhibition and others take the role of a prisoner.

The roles will initially be under a zero hours contract until demand is established.  Once staffing needs are determined, more predictable working hours can be agreed within the needs of the project.

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To apply, send a covering letter detailing which position you would like to apply for (a. workshop facilitator or b. playing the part of the inmate) along with information on how your experience and skills meet the person specification below and an up-to-date CV to Gill Brailey, Director of Learning at gill.brailey@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk

Please also complete and return this Equality and Diversity form (no information will be shared with other parties).

Closing date: Thursday 20th May, 5pm. Interviews will take place on the week commencing 1st June.