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Heritage Learning & Skills Co-ordinator
  • Employer: Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Reference: RH/20/122627
  • Published: Tue 25/02/2020, 15:55 PM
  • Closing on: Mon 23/03/2020, 23:59 PM
  • Working Pattern: Part Time
  • Hours: 18 hours per week, 2.5 days per week
  • Salary: Salary: Grade H SCP 26 – 30 £29,636 – £32,878 (pro-rata) per annum
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Magdalen House, Merseyside

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Heritage Learning & Skills Co-ordinator

Heritage Learning & Skills Co-ordinator

Part Time 2.5 days per week (18 hours), Fixed Term: End November 2024

Base: Sefton Council, Planning Services, Magdalen House, Bootle, Merseyside L20 3NJ

Sefton is a diverse and exciting borough where people can enjoy a great work / life balance. It encompasses world renowned nature reserves, accessible business and retail centres, top class leisure facilities and a most attractive coastline. With excellent transport links to Liverpool and Manchester, it is an ideal location for accessing the North West and beyond by road, rail or air.

Job requirements

We are seeking a motivational and persuasive professional with experience of community engagement to deliver and further develop the Complementary Activities for Southport’s £2.5 million National Lottery Heritage funded Townscape Heritage Project.

You will have enthusiasm for and experience of working with the public and volunteers including developing and co-ordinating the delivery of a range of complementary initiatives. This will include promoting heritage, facilitating training events, providing education resources and engaging volunteers.

You must have excellent communication skills in order to develop and build relationships with the local community and specific target groups and an understanding of the importance of heritage and regeneration to the local community.

You will be responsible for implementing the community-based activities outlined in the project Activity Statement, working with local schools, colleges, community organisations and volunteers. This will also include generating enthusiasm for the historic environment and raising its profile among businesses and visitors, in order to promote and sustain the outcomes of the Southport Townscape Heritage Project.

For more information about the project see link below:

Closing Date: 23rd March 2020

Interviews will be held: week commencing 30th March 2020