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Job Title:     Learning & Access Curator (Temporary)
Organisation:     Glasgow Life
Salary:     £28,275.96 - 33,130.36 p.a.
Type:     Full-Time Position
 Contract: 12 months
Location:     Glasgow, Scotland
Closing Date:     Sunday, July 28th, 2019
Job Ref No:     GLA05179
Job Description:
Learning & Access Curator (Temporary)
Location: Gallery of Modern Art, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow G1 3AH

Glasgow Life is the charity responsible for inspiring Glasgow’s citizens and visitors to lead richer and more active lives through culture, sport and learning.  We believe in the transformational power of the services we provide for the citizens of and visitors to the City of Glasgow.  

This post is an exciting opportunity based at the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) – Scotland’s most visited modern art gallery. As Learning & Access Curator you will develop and implement audience development, community engagement and learning opportunities including through interpretation, learning programmes, events, volunteer placements, partnership work and audience research and advocacy. We are keen to hear from candidates with experience of developing interpretation and public programmes for a range of audiences, and of participatory approaches to audience, display and programme development. You will play a key role in supporting and informing the planning and delivery of our displays, services and programmes. Though you will be based in one or two museum venues, you will be involved in a range of projects across different venues.   

To be successful in this role you have the following skills and experience:
• Demonstrated knowledge of lifelong learning practices
• Demonstrated experience of developing, delivering and evaluating public programmes for diverse audiences within a culture, art, heritage or community setting
• Demonstrated knowledge of best practice in interpretation within museum, gallery or heritage context
• Excellent communication and influencing skills
• Demonstrated ability to build and sustain relationships with a variety of partners, groups and organisations

This role is temporary for up to 12 months.

Following the success of Glasgow European Championships in 2018, Glasgow Life will welcome a host of world class events in the coming years including; LEN European Short Course Swimming Championships 2019, World Men’s Curling Championship 2020 and UEFA Euro 2020.  This is in addition to the wealth of events on offer throughout the year, with the annual programme including the World Pipe Band Championships, Glasgow Mela, HSBC Let’s Ride and the Merchant City Festival amongst many others.

We offer a range of employee benefits such as an opportunity to join the Strathclyde Pension Fund, generous holiday entitlement, annual leave purchase scheme, childcare vouchers, staff discounts (including Glasgow Club), flexible retirement, family friendly policies, flu vaccination programme and career break policy…just to name a few!

At Glasgow Life we value diversity and inclusion.  We are particularly interested in receiving applications from BAME groups who are currently under-represented in our organisation.  

Please note a Basic Disclosure Check will be essential on taking up appointment. Please note successful candidates for the above position will be required to pay for their Basic Disclosure Check.
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Closing date is 11.59pm on Sunday 28 July 2019.

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