National Coal Mining Museum recruiting Living History Interpreters

Published 16th Feb 2015 by Events

Chamber member the National Coal Mining Museum is currently recruiting for a range of exciting new Living History Interpreter roles.

Do you have teaching experience and a love of role-play and drama? Can you tell a good story and communicate with a wide variety of people? Do you have a passion for heritage learning?

This role would particularly suit an ex/retired teacher who wishes to use their skills in a creative learning environment or a drama

professional who has experience of using ‘Theatre in Education’ techniques. The Living History team work on a casual basis and are booked for school workshops according to demand and for weekend/holiday events.
Candidates will be required to:

 Deliver costumed workshops ‘in-role’ to schools during term-time according to demand
 Deliver interactive storytelling performances to the general public on weekends, for special events and during school holidays
 Work flexibly within the education team
Full training and induction will be provided. Rate of pay is £9.18 per hour.
For further details of this role please contact Jayne Young, Education Officer on 01924 848806.

An application pack can be obtained by email to
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