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Advert Date:   Thursday, 28th March 2024
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Job Title:   Learning Officer
Organisation:   The Royal Household
Salary:   £27,064.12 p.a.
Type:   Full-Time Position
Location:   London, England
Closing Date:   Sunday, 21st April 2024
Job Ref No:   3220
  Job Description
It's bringing future generations closer to a fascinating past.

It's an experience like no other. And it's researching, sharing and bringing to life one of the world's greatest and most diverse art collections. This is what makes working for Royal Collection Trust so different.

Unique in both quality and diversity, the Royal Collection has a fascinating history, and our Learning section is responsible for sharing its stories in ways that engage, surprise and inspire.

The London learning offer for schools and families covers Buckingham Palace, The King’s Gallery and The Royal Mews. The schools programme consists of a wide range of learning sessions for pupils between the ages of 4 and 18, alongside a separate family offer during school holidays.

As Learning Officer, you’ll therefore play a key role in helping to translate history into exciting and thought-provoking events, via innovative programmes that reach a wide range of audiences.

Key Responsibilities:
• To deliver taught sessions and organise tours or self-guided visits for schools and other educational institutions, including events in partnership with external institutions.
• To contribute to the development of new schools’ programmes, resources and learning opportunities in conjunction with the Learning Manager.
• To develop and deliver provision for families in conjunction with the Family Learning Coordinator.
• To support the programming of the learning team across a range of audiences.
• Working with colleagues, to promote learning programmes, support group bookings and act as the key contact point for schools’ visits.
  Required Skills / Qualifications
Essential Criteria:
• A thorough understanding of the National Curriculum and curriculum approaches.
• Experience of devising and leading workshops/practical teaching sessions and of developing and producing educational resource material, ideally gained in a museum, gallery or heritage environment.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate with a broad range of people.
• Able to impart specialist knowledge and unfamiliar concepts in an accessible way for a range of audiences.
• An ability to think creatively and innovatively in developing new programmes and means of delivery.
• At your best working as part of a team, you can establish good professional relationships with colleagues and external partners
• Able to thrive in a busy environment, you have great planning skills and can maintain patience and empathy when working under pressure.
• Good administration and IT skills, with excellent attention to detail.
  Application Instructions
Please apply via this link:
Contact Name:   HR Office
Contact Tel:     0207 024 5999
Contact Fax:  
Contact Email:
Address:   Buckingham Palace, London.