Living History Interpreters (Casual)

National Coal Mining Museum for England

Region: Yorkshire and the Humber

Salary / Fee: From £10 to £10 per hour

Job Type: Casual

Closing Date: 2/12/19

An exciting opportunity has arisen for the Museum to recruit a Living History Interpreter into our small Curatorial team. The overall purpose of this role is to provide ‘in role’ educational performances and workshops that actively involve participants and contribute in an entertaining and enjoyable manner to their overall understanding of coal mining and coal mining communities.

This is an ideal position for someone who enjoys playful approaches to museum education.

If this sounds like an opportunity you would be interested in, please contact John Ramsden by e-mail at for a comprehensive job description & application form.

To discuss the post further please contact Rebecca Walton, Learning Manager at the Museum.

Closing date for completed applications: 5pm, 2nd December 2019, interviews to be held 18th December 2019.

Activity Facilitators (Casual)
National Coal Mining Museum for England
Yorkshire and the Humber
Closes 2/12/19

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