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Level 3 Management Apprentice - Woodhorn Museum

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Fixed Term
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
01/03/2018
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 15/03/2018 12:00
Salary:
£3.50 per hour (National Apprentice minimum wage)
Job Category:
Executive / Managerial
Vacancy ID:
172745
Employment Location:
Woodhorn Museum

Job details 

Closing date:
15 Mar


Please note

This job is closed for applications.

Further information

To work as part of the Collections team, pro-actively providing project management support for Collections and Public Programming at Woodhorn Museum; therefore contributing to the provision of an excellent quality service for all of the Trust’s visitors and staff.

This is an 18 month programme, and applicants must be educated to A Level standard in order to apply.

Main Duties:
On a daily basis and under the direction of the Curator of Mining Culture assist with collections enquiries, collections care and documentation.
Undertake preventative conservation and environmental monitoring duties in collection stores and permanent galleries.
Manage designated projects, providing updates to management, assessing and controlling risk, identifying milestones.
Under the direction of Curator of Mining Culture assist in the recruitment, management, and retention of volunteer teams, planning their work, monitoring progress, and developing their skills.
Under the direction of Curator of Mining Culture support the Tanky Engine Shed decant by packing, labelling, moving and storing objects.
Photograph and document collections and provide practical support to volunteers assisting with these tasks.
Quality control collection documentation procedures associated with designated projects.
Support the Public Programme team in the planning and delivery of the Winter 2018/19 season at the Woodhorn Museum site, particularly the seasonal installation and deinstallation of temporary exhibitions, events and interpretative strategies.
Support the Public Programme team in the research & development phase of a Trust-wide artistic commission from 2018 through to delivery in 2019.
Assist in the procurement of supplies and services for designated projects.
Understand the sites health and safety policies and procedures, and to fully comply with these requirements at all times.
Understand the sites Data Protection Policies and procedures, and to fully comply with these requirements at all times.
Develop excellent relationships with colleagues and departments including Education and Northumberland Archives.
Undertake, from time to time, any other duties commensurate with the grade of the post.
Participate in the identification of personal training and development needs and to make full use of all training and development opportunities.
Take reasonable care for your own health and safety at work, and for any others in the workplace who may be affected by your actions or omissions.

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