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Posted: Thursday, August 10th 2017
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Job Title:     Young People’s Learning Officer (ages 18 - 25)
Organisation:     London Transport Museum
Salary:     £28,950 p.a.
Type:     Full-Time Position
 Contract: 12 Month Fixed Term
Location:     London, England
Closing Date:     Sunday, August 20th, 2017
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Job Description:
Young People’s Learning Officer (ages 18 - 25)
London Transport Museum
Covent Garden, London
Full Time – 12 Month Fixed Term Contract

If you love learning and are passionate about supporting young people, you could play a lead role in delivering a progressive young people’s engagement programme at London Transport Museum.

About us
LTM is an educational charity based in the heart of the metropolis; a thriving hub for commemorating and celebrating the fascinating history of London’s transport and involving people in debate about the city’s future.

You will have the opportunity to manage an exciting skills-based learning programme covering ages 18 - 25. Working with young people, the collection, partners and industry stakeholders you will be delivering our current Arts Council England (ACE) programme and our new ACE National Portfolio young people’s programme from March 2018. Managing an apprentice young freelance and freelance staff you will run an inclusive, accessible, engaging programme that meets the needs of our audiences and the wider work of the museum.

What you’ll need
Proven experience of working with young people in a learning context and running complex projects using appropriate methods of planning and evaluation. A track record of successfully managing people in diverse teams. Most crucially, you’re a creative, organised, resourceful individual with excellent communication skills that allow you to connect with all kinds of people.

• Proven knowledge of youth engagement and participation best practice (Essential)
• Working knowledge of apprenticeship frameworks (Desirable)
• Working knowledge of volunteering best practice (Essential)
• Computer literate with experience in the use of MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint (Essential)
• Knowledge of appropriate evaluation processes for young people’s or other museum learning programmes (Essential)
• A working knowledge of Transport for London’s services and the history of public transport in London or demonstrably prepared to acquire this (Desirable)

• Educational and mentoring skills: Demonstrable ability to enable learning for young people from a range of communities or backgrounds (Essential)
• Effective interpersonal skills to engage and work with a range of stakeholders in a clear and confident manner: exceptional ability to build personal and organisational relationships at all levels (Essential)
• Strong organisational skills: a proven ability to work on own initiative and in a team, to prioritise and manage own time and that of others to meet deadlines (Essential)
• Excellent communication skills: the ability to effectively represent the Museum through formal presentations, one-to-one meetings, written proposals, reports and promotional copywriting (Essential)
• Demonstrable flexibility in approach to work; able to adjust plans as necessary to meet overall ambitions of the Learning team and the Museum (Essential)
• Ability to successfully articulate, plan and deliver a coherent programme of varied projects (Essential)

Excellent benefits include: TfL offers the following benefits package:
• Free Travel in London – a free oyster card for you and also for a nominee of your choice.
• 75% reimbursement of National Rail (annual) season ticket purchases, with the option to buy this using an interest free loan from TfL.
• Discounted Eurostar travel – from £49 return per person.
• Private Healthcare.
• 30 days’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays.
• Final Salary Pension Scheme.
• Flexible Working Policy.
• Excellent work-life balance.
• Extensive growth and development plans.
• A number of discounts available at shops, restaurants, bars, cinemas, retail and home-ware shops.
• Cycle to Work Scheme.

This role involves working on outreach projects with community groups, including children and vulnerable adults. Appointment to this post is therefore subject to receipt of an enhanced DBS check.
Application Instructions:
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Closing date: Sunday 20 August 2017 at 11:00pm.
Interviews are scheduled to take place on the 23 August 2017

We aspire to be as diverse as the city we serve, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.
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