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Vacancy – Educational Consultant

Posted Wednesday, 10th July 2013

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The Angus Library and Archive are seeking an Educational Consultant to oversee the development of creative and visionary National Curriculum resources with a focus on KS3 and KS4 History.

 Key Responsibilities:

  • Oversee all development of educational resources to include the design of online content
  • Work with teacher volunteers in the co creation of educational resources for KS3 and KS4 students in the area of History
  • Liaise with the Learning and Participation Officer, College Librarian and volunteers in regard to resource development
  • Advocate for the project in regional and national arenas

The essential requirements are:

  • Demonstrated enthusiasm and passion about helping people engage with history, heritage and/or culture
  • Experience in public engagement in the museum, archive or other cultural sector
  • Experience in working with schools
  • Experience in the development of learning activities
  • Excellent IT literacy, with proven Microsoft Office experience
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work on own initiative, with strong organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to work as part of a team and follow instructions
  • An appropriate degree

 The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 19th July 2013.

For full details, please see our website:

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