Are you passionate about sharing heritage in engaging, exciting and inspiring ways? Would you be as comfortable leading a group tour of adult historians as making yourself look a bit silly dressed in costume or leading a puppet show for toddlers?
As a Buxton Learning Practitioner you will be ready to welcome the public to a world of exploration and discovery. You’ll demonstrate passion for learning by leading workshops, tours, performances and hands-on activities incorporating history, geography, geology, STEAM and drama.
Working within a small team you will collaborate to prepare and deliver a range of innovative and authentic learning activities which actively involve children, young people and lifelong learners. It’s a challenging and rewarding role where you’ll often be taken out of your comfort zone, turning your hand to a range of exciting situations.
You may be a specialist in history, education, archaeology, the arts or performance, but just as important is being friendly, outgoing, with a good sense of fun, and excellent presentation and communication skills.
You’ll have a commitment to maintaining the health and safety, safeguarding and accessibility of your sessions, to ensure a positive, safe and inclusive experience for all.
Buxton Learning Practitioners will be employed by The Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust on a Freelance basis with the rate of pay set at £17 per hour for public-facing work, and £9.00 per hour for training, meetings and development time.
We anticipate that the role will grow in time, will be flexible, and can fit in with other part time work or commitments.
How to Apply:
· Application is by curriculum vitae (CV) setting out details of your qualifications and experience to date and how they demonstrate that you suit this role.
· Please ensure there are no unexplained gaps in your work experience.
· Your CV must be accompanied by a letter of application (maximum 2 sides of A4) setting out the qualities you feel you can bring to the job role and how you meet the requirements of the person specification.
Applications should be sent by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to arrive by the closing date:
Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust, Devonshire Dome, Devonshire Road, Buxton, SK17 6RY
Closing date for applications is Friday 28th June at 5pm.
Interviews are expected to take place the week commencing Monday 8th July. Start date for induction and training will be as soon as possible following selection.