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Posted: Wednesday, October 10th 2018
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Job Title:     Learning Programme Developer
Organisation:     Natural History Museum
Salary:     £28,735 p.a.
Type:     Full-Time Position
 Contract: 6 Month Fixed-Term
Location:     London, England
Closing Date:     Wednesday, October 24th, 2018
Job Ref No:     JM170
Job Description:
Learning Programme Developer
£28,735 per annum plus benefits

The Natural History Museum is one of the world’s leading museums, internationally recognised for its dual role as a centre of excellence in scientific research and as a leader in the presentation of natural history through exhibitions, public programmes, publications and the web.

The Natural History Museum aims to be a world leader in the provision of enjoyable, inspiring and transformative learning experiences across our varied audiences. As a member of a team of Learning Programme Developers, this role will be focussed on developing and overseeing engaging informal science learning programmes, particularly for school and family audiences. These developed programmes will be then transferred for delivery by the Learning Engagement team.

The successful candidate will have experience of developing innovative and effective learning experiences for different audiences, particularly families and schools. Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills are needed to collaborate and work with colleagues across the Museum to create programmes that both meet the needs of our visitors and highlight current scientific work.

The Learning Programme Developer will contribute to training and CPD programmes for Learning Engagement teams and will play an active role in the monitoring and evaluation of learning programmes at the Museum. A working knowledge of the National Curriculum would be an advantage.
Application Instructions:
For a full job description and to submit an application, please visit the Natural History Museum website.

Closing date: 9am on Wednesday 24 October 2018

Interviews expected: Week commencing 12 November 2018
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