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Mountain Heritage Trust - Learning and Engagement Officer
As part of the Heritage Lottery funded project Man and Mountain, exploring Sir Chris Bonington’s mountaineering career and his influence on the experience of outdoor activities in Cumbria and the wider world, there is an exciting new role at the Mountain Heritage Trust. We (MHT) are recruiting for a Learning and Engagement Officer who will work with our partners, including Cumbria Youth Alliance, the Field Studies Council and Keswick Museum, to develop and deliver a range of heritage activities and events linked to Sir Chris Bonington, Cumbria and the outdoors.
Job title: Learning and Engagement Officer
Contract: Part-time (2 days/week); 1 year fixed term contract
Salary: £9,200/year (full-time equivalent of £23,000/year)
Location: Blencathra Centre, CA12 4SG (with travel to other locations)
Reports to: Collections Manager
Applications close on 19th November and full details are available in the Learning and Engagement Officer job description.
Applicants should send a covering letter of no more than two pages, a CV and details of two referees (one of which should be your most recent employer; we will not contact referees without your permission) to: email@example.com by midnight on 19th November 2017
Informal enquiries may be sent to Kelda Roe, Collections Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0770 913 5285
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