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Posted: Wednesday, September 4th 2019
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Job Title:     Activity Plan Co-ordinator
Organisation:     The Salisbury Museum
Salary:     c. £22,000 p.a.
Type:     Full-Time Position
 Contract: 20 months
Location:     Salisbury, England
Closing Date:     Friday, September 27th, 2019
Job Ref No:    
 
Job Description:
Activity Plan Co-ordinator - 20 month fixed term contract
Job Title: Activity Plan Co-ordinator
Reporting to: Museum Director (and then Community Curator once appointed)
Responsible for: Volunteers, Placements
Working with: Museum Director, Communications Officer, Volunteers, Placements, Learning and Outreach Officer, Volunteer Co-ordinator, Community Curator, Finance Officer
Working days/hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. 35 hour week. Occasional weekend and evening working
Salary: c £22,000 per annum.

Purpose:
Activity Plan Co-ordinator for the Salisbury Museum for Future Generations Project supported by the Heritage Fund.

Main duties and responsibilities:
Working with colleagues, the post-holder will undertake a range of activities commensurate with the grading and responsibility of the post, which will include the following:

1. Attend Project Board meetings and lead working group developing Activity Plan. Liaise and work closely with the Activity Plan Consultant.
2. Undertake desktop based research exercise on existing museum audiences.
3. Assist with the consultation process with potential project partners to inform the development of the plan.
4. Assist with the development of community advisory panels to help shape the content of the plan.
5. Map out existing community links and groups, stakeholders and organisations where there are opportunities to develop relationships.
6. Identify the subjects and topics formal and informal learning audiences will be interested in learning about.
7. Develop a baseline of existing community engagement by the museum.
8. Carry out a training needs analysis and skills audit of staff and produce a training plan.
9. Assist with the development and delivery of a consultation programme for new activities.
10. Assist with the development of an action plan for the Activity Plan in conjunction with staff, volunteers, partners and audiences.
11. Collate statistics and visitor data relating to the performance of the project.
12. Establish and undertake evaluation during the development phase of the project. Compile findings into an evaluation report to be submitted with Round 2 bid.
13. Assist with the development of an evaluation plan for the delivery phase of the project.
14. Assist with the development of a learning plan for the project.
15. Assist with writing the final Activity Plan, including the development of formal and informal learning objectives.
16. Assist with the preparation of monitoring reports for the Heritage Fund.
17. To comply with all decisions, policies and standing orders of the museum and any relevant statutory requirements, including the Equality Act, the Health and Safety at Work Act and Data Protection Act.
18. To assist generally with the public service of the museum, including answering enquiries from members of the public.
19. To participate in training and development as may be required from time to time commensurate with the level of the post.
20. To undertake other such analogous duties as may be allocated by the Director or his representative.
Required Skills:
Person Specification

E = Essential D = Desirable

Experience:
Over two years experience of working in museum or heritage context. E
Experience of community consultation and engagement, including project planning and delivery with community groups. E
Experience of monitoring and evaluating community engagement projects/activities against outcomes. E
Experience of teaching in museum or heritage context. D
Developing learning resources for museums or similar heritage attraction. D
Experience of working in the voluntary or charitable sector. D

Education/Qualifications
GCSE + A levels or equivalent. E
Graduate level or equivalent. E
Higher level museum/heritage qualification. D
Teaching qualification. D

Aptitudes/Abilities
Excellent negotiation and interpersonal skills for establishing and maintaining positive relationships with community groups, stakeholders and project partners. E
Excellent organisational skills, ability to multi-task and meet tight timescales. E
Readiness to work with people from a range of backgrounds and experiences and the ability to respond to differing needs, e.g. disabled, children, diverse cultures and differing levels of understanding. E
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. E
Excellent IT skills. E
An ability to work independently and with colleagues. E
An ability to be creative and imaginative. E

Knowledge
An understanding of Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint). E
Knowledge of audience development and community engagement initiatives used as best practice in the heritage sector. E
An understanding of the role of museums in lifelong learning. E
An interest in the history of Salisbury and south Wiltshire. D
A knowledge of the current school curriculum and other relevant strategies. D

Attitude/Motivation
Self-motivated and committed to embedding community participation in the museum and delivering positive outcomes for the local community. E
A commitment to meaningful community participation and a passion for working with people from a range of backgrounds and experiences. E
Commitment to Equality and Diversity. E
Commitment to CPD and training. E

Other Factors
Willingness to commit to work flexibly including weekend and evening work when required in accordance with the needs of the post and activities. E
Willing to travel in Wiltshire and the UK is required for the post. E
 
Application Instructions:
Visit Salisbury Museum website for downloadable details of this post, an Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form. CV's are not permitted.

Completed applications should be sent to Adrian Green, Museum Director adriangreen@salisburymuseum.org.uk by 5pm on Friday 27 September 2019.

Equal Opportunity Monitoring Forms should be completed and returned under separate cover to Louise Tunnard, Communications Officer louisetunnard@salisburymuseum.org.uk by 5pm on Friday 27 September 2019.
 
Contact Name:     Adrian Green
Contact Tel:     01722 820542
Contact Fax:    
Contact Email:     adriangreen@salisburymuseum.org.uk
Website:     http://www.salisburymuseum.org.uk
Address:     The King's House, 65 The Close, Salisbury, SP1 2EN.
 
 
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