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Job Vacancy: Learning and Participation Officer and Project Evaluator

Posted Wednesday, 14th January 2015

Learning and Participation Officer and Project Evaluator

The Angus Library and Archive

8 month FT contract to start mid-February 2015

£22,440 pro rata

 

Regent’s Park College (RPC), a Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford, has a full-time, grant- funded position for a Learning and Participation Officer and Project Evaluator. RPC has secured funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and the Baptist Union’s Newington Court Fund to deliver an exciting project which will enable The Angus Library and Archive (The Angus) to reach a wider audience resulting in greater participation.

We are therefore looking to recruit an enthusiastic, highly organised and motivated person with educational experience in the museum, archive or culture sector, to fill this varied and interesting post. This position will focus on coordinating the outreach activities by liaising with schools and heritage groups and assisting with the development of exhibitions and seminars to promote treasures held in The Angus. The role will also involve launching online teaching materials for KS3 and supporting Archive Taster sessions. The role of Project Evaluator will involve monitoring the outcomes of the project according to the Activity Plan and present an evaluation in accordance with the appropriate guidelines. The role requires previous experience in public engagement in the museum, archive or other cultural sector. Knowledge and experience of Heritage Lottery Fund projects would be desirable but not essential.

For more information regarding this position or to request an information pack please contact the Project Administrator, anja.clark@regents.ox.ac.uk or (01865)288142.

 

Closing date is 12pm Friday 23rd January 2015. Interviews will be held the week beginning 26th January.

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