The Stained
Glass Museum

Please see below for current job vacancies and volunteering opportunites at The Stained Glass Museum.

Job Vacancies

Learning Office - part-time job shareLearning Officer in action!

Part-time 1.5 days a week / 0.3 FTE
Start date: 1 November 2018 (or soon after)

The Stained Glass Museum would like to invite applications for a pro-active, skilled and enthusiastic Learning Officer to work part-time, 1.5 days a week (0.3 FTE), in a job share to develop and deliver its high-quality programme of formal and informal learning activities for all age groups. The appointed candidate will work with the existing Learning Officer with whom they will share the responsibility for delivering the Museum’s learning activities for a wide variety of audiences, including schools, adult and special needs learners, and families. The Learning Officer will manage, and be supported by, a team of volunteers who assist with the delivery of the education programme

Applicants should hold a degree-level qualification and have relevant experience of working in the heritage or education sector. An interest in art, history or other curriculum areas relevant to our collection and an enthusiastic and flexible approach is essential. In addition to delivering educational activities in a lively and imaginative way, the post holder will support the wider work of the Museum, enabling a wide range of audiences to enjoy a rewarding and engaging experience.

This is a part-time job share post (1.5 days a week / 0.3 FTE).

This position will be subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure.

How to Apply: Application is by CV and a 1-2pg supporting statement outlining the reasons for your interest in the post and why you believe yourself to be suitable. Applicants are required to provide details of two referees. The first referee should be your current or most recent employer. For shortlisted candidates, references will be taken up prior to interview unless you advise that you do not wish us to do so. Please include your full contact details including daytime and evening telephone numbers. Applications by email should be sent to curator@stainedglassmuseum.com .

Applications by post should be sent to:

Dr Jasmine Allen, Curator, The Stained Glass Museum, South Triforium, Ely Cathedral, Ely, CB7 4DL
Or by email to curator@stainedglassmuseum.com

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 28 September 2018.

Interviews will take place on Friday 12 October 2018.

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Glass Painting WorkshopGlass Painting Tutor - Freelancer

The Stained Glass Museum would like to invite applications for a professionally-trained, skilled, creative and enthusiastic freelance Workshop Tutor to run Glass Painting Workshops for adults at The Stained Glass Museum in 2019. This is an opportunity to join our growing community, contribute to an existing successful specialist workshop programme and help develop it for future audiences.

Applicants should hold a suitable qualification and have relevant experience of glass painting and other arts, as well as experience teaching. An enthusiastic and flexible approach is essential.

Expressions of Interest / Applications: Please send a CV and a short supporting statement outlining the reasons for your interest, your experience and suitability for the role by 12 October 2018. Applicants are required to provide details of two referees. Please include your full contact details including daytime and evening telephone numbers. This position may be subject to an enhanced DBS Disclosure.

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For more information, or an informal discussion about this role, please contact Steven Jugg, Workshops Manager, 01353 660347 or steven@stainedglassmuseum.com

You may also like to read a recent feature on our Glass Painting workshops as published in The Sunday Telegraph!

Volunteer Opportunities

Current Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteers are an integral part of the Museum team. They work alongside our staff, but in different roles, and contribute to the development and day-to-day operations of the Museum.

Can you help?

Carpenter / Technician

We are currently seeking help from a skilled volunteer willing to use their carpentry/joinery skills and talents for the benefit of staff, volunteers and visitors to The Stained Glass Museum. Work will be varied and may include making frames for notices, storage units, and display plinths for new acquisitions. You may also help install new displays.

The museum does not have a carpentry workshop and so ideally you would have access to a workshop from which you can work. Carpenter / Technician Role Description. To apply for this role, please complete a Volunteering Application Form.

 

Learning Volunteer

We are currently seeking volunteers interested in supporting our Learning programme. Learning Volunteers are an active part of our team, ensuring the smooth delivery of our varied workshops for children and young people.
For more information about the role, please download our Learning Volunteer Role Description. To apply for this role, please complete a Volunteering Application Form.
For an informal chat about the role, please contact our Learning Officer on 01353 660 347.

Costumed Reenactor

We are currently seeking volunteers interested in taking on the roles of Theophilus, our medieval monk, and Mr Briggs, our Victorian factory foreman. These two characters are integral to our most popular schools workshops, and help bring learning to life for younger visitors. Costumes and training are provided.
For more information, please download our Costumed Reenactor Role Description. To apply for this role, please complete a Volunteering Application Form.
For an informal chat about the role, please contact our Learning Officer on 01353 660 347.

 

For additional volunteering opportunities at The Stained Glass Museum see our Volunteering page

 

Last edited: Friday, 26 October, 2018 15:24

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