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Skills for the Future Trainee – Marketing and Communications

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20th July 2020

Purpose of Training
To develop skills in a specified area of museum practice alongside training in core heritage-based knowledge and practical skills. To accredit your learning by completing a Level 3 Diploma in Cultural Heritage.

Principal Accountabilities for Meeting Trainee Agreement

  1. To actively participate in regular training sessions as one of a group of trainees.
  2. To attend meetings with your Supervisor, Mentor and the Skills for the Future Project Officer as required.
  3. To complete all required documentation for the training qualification (Cultural Heritage QCF Level 3)
  4. To assist in the creation and implementation of the museum’s marketing activities including:
    1. Identify and engage with existing and new target audiences or communities.
    2. Creation and distribution of print materials.
    3. Website maintenance and delivery of engaging content.
    4. Digital communications and social media.
    5. Writing accurate, imaginative content.
    6. Promote and sell services and goods such as tickets, corporate hospitality, room hire, etc
    7. Represent the museum at meetings and events as well as through written media, and engaging with internal and external stakeholders.
    8. Work alongside and support museum staff and volunteers.
    9. Understand and adhere to the principles of customer service
  5. To help coordinate a Partner Day hosted within your museum for project partners
  6. To take a pro-active approach to your own professional development by joining groups and networking through social media and at events.
  7. To develop core-heritage skills by learning about and assisting with a wide range of museum activity to gain an insight into museum management which may include collections documentation, event management, retail, learning activities and assisting on our estate.
  8. To support the museum to connect with its local community by contributing to the activity programme and taking a leading role in a community event.
  9. To carry out any other tasks related to your training or any other reasonable duties as required.

The following qualifications apply:
GCSE in English at Grade C or above, or equivalent.

Closing Date

The closing date for this job offer is on 31/10/2020

Salary

Bursary - £14,400 per annum

Location

This job is located in Stowmarket, Suffolk

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