Salary:£29,227 per annum
Contract type:Contract Temporary
Telephone:020 7323 8000
National Outreach Manager
National Outreach Manager
Learning and National Partnerships
Maternity cover, 6 months with potential for extension
£29,227 per annum
Application Deadline: 9th December by noon
Virtual interview date: 16th December
The British Museum is seeking to appoint a maternity cover National Outreach Manager. The programme, entitled “Where we are…,”is supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and includes multiple projects, each unique, delivered under the programme umbrella. Highly ambitious and collaborative, you will work in partnership with local cultural, third sector organisations and young people in the development and delivery and leadership of the projects.
The overriding aim of the programme is to remove barriers and harness the power of culture. It recognises the assets that young people hold, so that they may fulfil their potential and become agents of change in their own communities. The distinct projects delivered as part of the wider programme will be co-designed, shaped and delivered by young people.
The post enables the Museum to substantially expand its reach across the UK and capacity to deliver innovative cultural and learning projects.
Key areas of responsibility:
To lead and develop the objectives, delivery plan and key performance indicators for Where We Are
Work with the Head of National Programmes to recruit strategic partners in line with National Programme plans
To develop and deliver co-designed projects, with the projects starting in Spring 2021 in collaboration with partners and young people
To manage and oversee the delivery of the projects, including working with Museum colleagues and managing professional freelance staff such as facilitators and filmmakers
Working with the Press and Marketing Manager: National Programmes the post holder will be responsibility for managing the creation of content to be used to help promote and increase visibility of the programme.
With experience of working with disadvantaged young people and experience of project management (including risk management), the successful candidate will have excellent co-ordination and time management skills with experience of equity, diversity, and inclusion work. They will also be flexible, patient, and responsive to support the development of good collaborative relationships with people.
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