|£28,320 to £31,860 pro rata
|8th February 2024
|28th February 2024
Pro-rata pay is £16,992 - £19,116
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Museum Officer (Education) to coordinate and deliver a range of education initiatives for schools and families within the Bank of England Museum. We are looking for a candidate who has proven experience of developing and delivering Museum based educational programmes and bespoke outreach projects with schools across the UK.
The Museum Officer (Education) role sits in the Public and Stakeholder Engagement team, which is in the Stakeholder and Media Engagement Division of the Communications Directorate.
Public and Stakeholder Engagement is responsible for ensuring that the Bank is accessible to all our external partners. This includes firms, charities and trade associations, among others, as well as the public as a whole.
The Bank of England Museum represents both the Bank’s history and our work today. It plays a key role in helping to promote understanding of the Bank’s role and the wider economy, alongside global economic history.
The Museum Officer (Education) will be responsible for the coordination and delivery of education sessions for schools and families which will include developing new educational programmes that reflect the key themes within the Museum collections, temporary exhibitions and events in the Museum.
Specific responsibilities will include:
Minimum (Essential) Criteria
Our Approach to Inclusion
This role will require a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
National Security Vetting Process
Employment in this role will be subject to the National Security Vetting clearance process (and typically can take between 6 to 12 weeks post offer) and the passing of additional Bank security checks in accordance with the Bank policy.
Closing date: 28 February 2024.
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