Applications are invited for the post of ‘Learning Co-ordinator’ in the Whipple Museum of the History of Science to help develop and deliver a range of learning activities for a wide variety of audiences (schools, families and lifelong learners).

The role holder will work primarily with colleagues in the Whipple Museum and the Department of History and Philosophy of Science but will also be part of a team of subject-specialist learning co-ordinators across the eight University museums, working strategically to deliver high-quality learning and education programmes.

Applicants should hold a degree or equivalent in a subject relevant to the Museum’s collection (eg, Natural Sciences or History) and have experience of teaching and developing resources and outreach activities in a museum or similar environment and the ability to research and explain scientific principles and historical concepts to a wide variety of audiences. Applicants should have excellent writing and communications skills, extremely good computer skills, and a pro-active approach. Applicants will also need good time management, organisational and planning skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a busy and varied team and the ability to network outside of the team. A flexible approach is necessary as occasional evening or weekend work will be required for running events.

See for further details and how to apply.