Head of Education

01980862802
[email protected]
http://rochecourteducationaltrust.co.uk

Deadline Monday 02 December 2019

Salary £30,000
Hours 37.5 hours per week
Interview Date Week commencing 9 December 2019

Head of Education

Location: Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury, SP5 1BG

Contract: Full time and permanent

Salary: £30 000 per annum

Annual Leave: 21 days per annum plus Bank Holidays

Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 2 December 2019

Interviews to be held: Week beginning Monday 9 December 2019

The Roche Court Educational Trust runs two education programmes:  ARTiculation, our national and international public speaking initiative, and the Roche Court programme of educational visits to the New Art Centre, Roche Court Sculpture Park in Wiltshire. We are recruiting for a dynamic Head of Education to lead the strategic development and delivery of our well-established Roche Court programme based at the New Art Centre, Roche Court Sculpture Park. We are seeking a creative educator with extensive experience of working with schools, colleges, universities, families and specialist groups within an arts context.

We  build confidence and raise the aspirations of those we work with through Looking, Thinking and Speaking about Art.

Please see our website for a full job description: www.rochecourteducationaltrust.co.uk/jobs

Apply with a CV and covering letter (no longer than 2 sides of A4) and contact details for two referees, one of whom must be your current or most recent employer, via email to [email protected] by 9am, Monday 2 December 2019

Interviews will take place during the week beginning Monday 9 December

 

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