Freelance Education Officer
Location: Torquay Museum, 529 Babbacombe Road, Torquay, TQ1 1HG.
Salary: Payment is on a sessional basis: £50 for a half day morning or afternoon workshop and £80 for a whole day workshop.
Hours per week: This post is offered on a freelance as required basis depending on the number of bookings so hours can be flexible to suit you.
Closing date: Thursday 28 February 2019. Application form must be completed – no CVs will be considered.
Torquay Museum requires a number of Freelance education officers to help deliver its education workshops at the Museum. The key purpose of the role is to deliver workshop sessions to Primary School pupils. Officers will be responsible for both helping to create and deliver sessions which are linked to our collections and exhibitions. Please see additional documents for full information.
For application form and further details please see below:
Although the initial drive for new Trustees has closed the Museum is always interested to hear from people interested in taking on such a role. As of November 2018 there are still 3 vacancies on our Board and if you are interested please contact the Director, Basil Greenwood, contact details below.
Torquay Museum was established in 1844 and has been in the existing building since 1876. An updating of Torquay Museum governance led to the establishment of Torbay Museums Trust (TMT) from 1 April 2015 marking a new venture in Torbay’s heritage sector. The Trust appointed a new Board in April 2015 and there are still places available to bring it up to its total of 12. Trustees are needed to oversee and drive the further development of the Museum including improved exhibitions and galleries, events, fundraising, educational work and closer working with Torre Abbey and Brixham Museum. We particularly require people with skills and experience in marketing, financial management, property and health and safety management and an ability to think strategically but with effective delivery in mind. Experience of the Museum/ Heritage sector would be an advantage, as well as in fund-raising, managing volunteers and the media.
The work is voluntary but rewarding. In return for a modest time input (one 2 hour meeting every other month plus reading and commenting on Board papers and possible committee work) Trustees will have privileged involvement in the future of Torquay Museum, and the development of Torbay’s rich heritage offer.
If you are interested please see further information below. If you wish to apply please download and complete the application form and skills review below and e-mail to email@example.com
If you have any questions please contact Basil Greenwood, Director, Torquay Museum on 01803 217801 or by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org