We are looking for an experienced learning practitioner with a passion for engaging school children and young people in Museum collections and their stories to join the Learning and Interpretation team.
Royal Museums Greenwich:
In this exciting time of development and expansion, the Museum wishes to consolidate and build on its successful formal learning provision through audience consultation, creative resource and programme development, and effective evaluation.
This role will work across the National Maritime Museum and Queens House, developing and delivering innovative and digitally rich learning provision for formal learners at EYFS, Primary, Secondary and post-16 levels. The role will focus, primarily, on the unique opportunities within the Museum and its world-class collections to support the EYFS, Creative Arts and Literacy curricula.
The Museums extensive collection of over 2 million maritime objects, paintings, photographs and archives span all aspects of maritime history including trade, migration, exploration, leisure, the Navy and piracy and incorporates the largest maritime art collection in the world. Many of these relate to culturally and historically sensitive subject areas such as trans-Atlantic slavery and the expansion of British trade with Asia. The post-holder will provide best practice across all phases in: teaching and learning outside the classroom; teaching and learning from primary sources and original art works; stimulating imagination and ideas; developing creative and critical thinking skills.
Salary: £27,000-£35,000 per annum
Closing date: 11 October 2013.
To apply please email a CV and covering letter to email@example.com or post to Human Resources, National Maritime Museum, Park Row, Greenwich, London, SE10 9NF
For further information please see: http://www.rmg.co.uk/about/job-opportunities/formal-learning-manager-%286-month-fixed-term-contract-maternity-cover%29