This post will lead a fascinating Heritage Education programme based in the historic University Church. The programme involves extensive engagement with schools, families, visitors, new audiences and the community, and the building of a team of volunteers. The post holder will develop existing resources for school History and RE sessions, and design and run a range of public events and holiday activities, in our dynamic heritage education centre at the heart of Cambridge.
The role calls for excellent organizational, interpersonal, IT, report writing and financial skills. A love of history, experience in education, and an understanding and sympathy with the Christian faith; flexibility, creativity, enthusiasm and enterprise are all essential.
Salary for18 hours/week £12,475 (pro rata £25,300). The appointment is for 2 years in the first instance subject to review thereafter.
Applications with cover letter, CV , completed supporting evidence form and e-mails of three referees to the Churchwarden, Great St. Mary’s Church, Senate House Hill, Cambridge CB2 3PQ or by e-mail to email@example.com by Monday 20 March, 2017.