Job Vacancy: Dorich House Museum Project Coordinator
Dorich House Museum is looking for an experienced Project Coordinator to support an exciting new heritage project, The “Squatter” Years: Recovering Dorich House Museum’s Recent Past, funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. This is a 0.4 FTE fixed term contract until autumn 2020. The project coordinator will be responsible for recruiting and working with volunteers and project participants to schedule and support the delivery of our activity plan. The role will involve arranging heritage skills training sessions, planning and delivering public activities; planning and monitoring volunteer participation; overseeing the production of print and digital materials; processing and reporting on project expenditure; and collecting data to support our project evaluation. The role will require contact with Kingston University staff and students, volunteers, external suppliers and local stakeholders.
Application Deadline: 1 June 2019
Interviews: 12 June 2019