School Workshop Leader Job
Job title: Workshop Leader
Salary: Workshop rate includes set-up, teaching time and takedown. Rates vary depending on length of workshop. 1 – 4 workshops carried out per day.
Rates for shortest workshops (up to 4 per day) starting from £23.93 for 1 workshop. Rates for longest workshops (maximum of 2 per day) start from £67.08 for 1 workshop.
Contract: Freelance or zero hour contract term time only. There may be occasional weekend and school holiday opportunities.
Reporting to: Learning Manager
Application: Please send your CV and covering letter to: Sheena Webb, Learning Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for Applications: 9am 17th July
Interviews: W/C 24th July
Chiltern Open Air Museum are seeking Workshop Leaders to help deliver our award winning children’s education programme of History, Science and Literacy workshops.
We are looking for candidates that ideally have proven experience of working with children, in a formal or informal educational capacity. Some expertise in prehistory is an advantage, though not essential, as training will be provided. You need to be confident working with children, happy to deliver workshops in costume and to work outside in a variety of weather conditions.
Schools are usually onsite between 9.30am and 2.30pm on weekdays, so workshop leading opportunities available are likely to be between these hours.
Please note the museum is in a rural location with limited public transport links.
Chiltern Open Air Museum is an award-winning independent outdoor museum and charity in the Chalfonts, Buckinghamshire that welcomes around 60,000 visitors a year. The Museum has a collection of 37 rescued historic buildings that were either the homes or workplaces of ordinary people. The Museum is set in 45 acres of beautiful Chilterns landscape and has a working historic farm, livestock, traditional cottage gardens, orchards and woodland.
As an independent charity the Museum receives no government funds. Income is generated through a wide range of activities including – admissions, Annual Pass, events, retail sales, catering, weddings and private hire, experience days, educational visits, filming – and the balance is made up through donations and grants.
‘To tell the story of the Chilterns through historic buildings, landscapes and culture for the enjoyment, inspiration and learning of present and future communities.’