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Part-time Education Officer

Applications for this vacancy closed on 2 February 2016 at 12:00PM
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced museum learning
professional to work with a world class collection of scientific instruments
within the dynamic environment of the Oxford University museums and
collections.



You will be working on a special project funded by the Wellcome Trust
involving collaboration between the Museum and the University’s Faculty of
Oriental Studies. The project will involve innovative methods of
interpretation and public engagement with the subject of medieval medicine in
the Islamic world.



You will be responsible for working with school and family audiences but with
scope to contribute to other areas of the education programme. You will be
expected to work closely with other members of the team and to develop
innovative educational workshops and resources to engage young people in
learning about the history of medicine.



To be considered for this role, you must have demonstrable experience of
facilitating learning programmes with school aged children in school or
heritage environments as well as the ability to develop, deliver and evaluate
educational workshops. You will have demonstrable ability to interpret and
present subject matter related to the curriculum and will have an informed
interest in and enthusiasm for the history of science or medicine in the
Islamic world.



We are looking for someone with excellent inter-personal and communication
skills with the desire and enthusiasm to work effectively with museum
audiences, coupled with imagination and empathy. You will also have an
appropriate level of IT and research skills, the ability to write and present
information targeted to specific audiences, and excellent time management and
administrative skills.



This is a part-time (0.25 FTE, approximately 9.3 hours per week), fixed-term
temporary contract for 18 months covering the duration of the project.



Please note that only interview travel expenses within the UK will be
reimbursed.



For enquiries about the application process please contact Christina Lee,
email: christina.lee@mhs.ox.ac.uk; tel: 01865 277280.



The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Tuesday 2 February 2016.
Interviews will be held on Thursday 11 February 2016.

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This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced museum learning
professional to work with a world class collection of scientific instruments
within the dynamic environment of the Oxford University museums and
collections.



You will be working on a special project funded by the Wellcome Trust
involving collaboration between the Museum and the University’s Faculty of
Oriental Studies. The project will involve innovative methods of
interpretation and public engagement with the subject of medieval medicine in
the Islamic world.



You will be responsible for working with school and family audiences but with
scope to contribute to other areas of the education ...

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced museum learning professional to work with a world class collection of scientific instruments within the dynamic environment of the Oxford University museums and collections.


You will be working on a special project funded by the Wellcome Trust involving collaboration between the Museum and the University’s Faculty of Oriental Studies. The project will involve innovative methods of interpretation and public engagement with the subject of medieval medicine in the Islamic world.


You will be responsible for working with school and family audiences but with scope to contribute to other areas of the education ...

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