Application deadline: 30 June.
The Hunt Museum are looking for a self-motivated individual to support and contribute to education and public programming at the Museum. A creative individual with a passion for learning in museums with excellent facilitation, administration and coordination skill, who enjoys working with learners of all ages, including schools.
This role has three key areas of responsibility: Education and creative programming for schools and other learner groups including their design, delivery and review; Marketing of education and public programmes including the design and circulation of promotional materials; Education administration including the planning and management of bookings for school and group visits to the Museum and outreach workshops in the community.
The salary will be awarded according to experience within a scale ranging from €20,000 p.a. to €26,000 p.a. Holiday is 21 days pro-rated, and excludes public holidays.
Applicants should submit a Curriculum Vitae along with a cover letter by email, outlining how they meet the required criteria to email@example.com with Job Ref: 2019/Education Coordinator.
Interviews first week of July 2019.
Full details can be found: huntmuseum.com/education-coordinator/ Together with a link to the job description.