Digital Coach (Museums and Public Galleries)

01209 312501
[email protected]
https://cultivatorcornwall.org.uk

Deadline Wednesday 20 March 2019

Salary £28k to £31k (pro rata) depending on experience
Hours 22.5 hours per week. There is some degree of flexitime, but the post-holder will normally be required to work during core hours 10am – 4pm.
Interview Date 3rd April 2019

Job Description

The Digital Coach (Museums & Public Galleries) will work with museums and public galleries of all types across the whole of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. The postholder will develop and implement tailored programmes of support which meet the specific needs of museums and public galleries in the region and are designed to help them improve their commercial, management and interpretative performance through the enhanced use of digital technologies - helping them access new markets and new audiences. A proven track record in digital practice, coupled with a keen awareness of best practice in the cultural sector and a commitment to supporting all museums & public galleries to reach their potential will be key qualities of the postholder.

This is a part-time (0.6 FTE), temporary position (maternity cover). 

Please note that the funding for the Cultivator project currently runs until September 2019. There is a possibility of an extension to the project until September 2022 if further funding is secured.

Background

Cultivator is an innovative project providing an integrated programme of skills and business development support for Small to Medium Enterprises in Cornwall’s creative industries. It is funded by the European Social Fund, the European Regional Development Fund, Arts Council England and Cornwall Council.

View the full job description and download the application form here: https://www.creativekernow.org.uk/creative-skills-cultivator/ or email [email protected]

 

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