Organisation: National Justice Museum
Job type: casual, initially zero hours contract
Salary: £11.22 per hour (hours will vary based on demand)
Closing date: Friday 31 January
Interviews: Week beginning 10 February
Job description: To deliver Choices and Consequences knife crime awareness workshops to young people aged 10 – 14.
Main requirements and duties of the role:
- To be self-motivated and be able to motivate and listen to others.
- To demonstrate leadership skills, whilst being able to work collaboratively with colleagues as most sessions are co-facilitated.
- To have experience of working with young people in a Youth Work, Teaching, Social Work setting or similar.
- To have experience of delivering workshops or training to a large audience, preferably working with groups of young people.
- The ability to work independently as required.
- To ensure correct set-up and preparation of the workshop.
- To carry out related tasks including pupil and teacher evaluation.
- To run successful, high quality workshops for up to 30 children/young people.
- To follow a set curriculum but to have the ability to adapt to the needs of the group.
- Having to use basic IT equipment and new technology to run the workshop.
- To attend training as required to the role.
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To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to:
Gill Brailey, Director of Learning, National Justice Museum