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Current Vacancies:

Job Title: Freelance Digital Learning Consultant: Museum without Walls
Salary: £11, 250 including VAT and expenses (approx. 45 days work)
Location: Based in own office, some travel will be required
Hours: Part-time, 45 days from November 2020 to March 2021
Contract: Fixed term until end of March 2021
Closing Date: Friday 6 November, 5pm

Salford Heritage Services are inviting applications from experienced freelance consultants working within the field of museum learning and digital engagement to support our Museum without Walls programme, based at Salford Museum and Art Gallery and Ordsall Hall. This project aims to develop and implement a flexible and sustainable blended learning programme for schools and families, through which learners can engage with museum collections, expert educators, and inspirational learning experiences.

The Digital Learning consultant will manage this process, working in partnership with Learning, Marketing and IT colleagues as well as local teachers to ensure relevance and need. As a permanent part of our offer, it will increase access to our collections, and make our activities more accessible to those facing barriers to on-site learning.

The consultant will need good working knowledge of best practice in digital learning and a technical understanding to implement their work. They will also develop and manage the evaluation of the project.

Please apply for this opportunity by sending the following to naomi.lewis@scll.co.uk:

  • A current CV
  • A covering letter detailing your relevant experience and how you would use it to approach this project to achieve the desired outcomes, and what you would bring to the role
  • A short proposal on how you would approach the project, how a ‘Hub’ might work, and creative ideas for learning and engagement offers and content

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