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Posted: Monday, January 7th 2019
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Job Title:     Education Manager: Schools and Young Audiences
Organisation:     The British Museum
Salary:     £29,227 p.a. (pro rata)
Type:     Part-Time Position (3 days per week)
Location:     London, England
Closing Date:     Monday, January 28th, 2019
Job Ref No:     1666
Job Description:
Education Manager: Schools and Young Audiences
Learning and National Partnerships

The British Museum is seeking a highly organised Education Manager to design, develop and deliver our secondary learning offer including selected projects. You will also manage some other aspects of the Museum’s provision for teachers, schools and families. In this role you will ensure both programmes and projects contribute effectively to the Museum and departmental priorities.

Key areas of responsibility:
• To work with colleagues in the Schools and Young Audiences (SYA) team to support, develop and deliver learning programmes for schools and teachers including developing a new CPD offer.
• To deliver a proportion of the secondary schools sessions and /or CPD (direct teaching).
• Take responsibility for agreed activities and projects (project management, delivery and evaluation of learning resources)
• Recruitment and management of fees paid staff or volunteers staff where required, and liaison with learning and interpretation staff, curators and other museum staff.
• To manage partnerships with external stakeholders relevant to schools, teachers and family audiences.
• To provide training for freelance and Museum staff to support the SYA programmes.

Person Specification:
The successful candidate will be educated to degree level in a subject directly relevant to museum learning e.g. teaching, archaeology, history, classics, museum studies, or have demonstrable equivalent experience You will have a track record of successful engagement with young audiences and teachers along with successful management of projects using museum or gallery collections and practical up to date understanding of curriculum and teaching/learning issues and methods. You will be an imaginative and engaging communicator with a good understanding of project development, delivery and learning practice.
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