Are you passionate about the positive impact that engagement in heritage and culture can have on people's lives? Do you consider yourself to be engaging, dynamic and forward-thinking? Then you may be our ideal candidate for our Rural Projects Officer. This role would best suit someone with a wealth of on the ground experience of facilitating engagement activities and a track record of managing projects, who is also interested in developing inclusive projects that increase access and engagement. The successful candidate will be adept at juggling multiple priorities, bringing communities together through recognising and celebrating their heritage.
What you will be doing:
- You will be responsible for the delivery of the Rural Heritage Placemaking project for The Amelia.
- You will work together with two rural communities in the Borough to research local history using The Amelia’s collections.
- You will co-create and deliver off-site activities and learning sessions with each community to celebrate their heritage and share stories that matter to them.
- You will ensure that the agreed project outputs are delivered on time, to budget and meet the requirements of the funder.
- You will work closely with the team at The Amelia to ensure the project is aligned with ongoing activities.
Additional benefits for this post include 24 days annual leave (pro rata) plus an additional day in December. Membership of the Local Government (CARE – Career Average (Revalued Earnings) Pension Scheme, as well as invaluable training opportunities for continuing professional development. You can take a look here to find out more about the benefits we offer.
WORKING PATTERN: Part-time
HOURS: 21 Hours per week.
SALARY: £31,939 (Pro rata)
CLOSING DATE: Sunday 10 September 2023, 23:55
INTERVIEWS: W/C 18 September 2023
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