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Education Programme Leader, Mayflower Theatre

Description

We are looking for an experienced Education Programme practitioner to plan, deliver, administer and evaluate programs of work in our Engage Department working across both our venues.

You will:

  • Liaise with education bookers to offer a comprehensive programme of activity
  • Plan and deliver workshops, talks and tours
  • Programme and manage agreed programs of work, including:
  • Schools and Colleges partnership programme including Education Forum
  • Talent Development scheme – relationships with FE and HE and co delivery of qualifications
  • Careers Talks and Events including Creative Careers
  • Responsibility for ensuring the safety and security of workshop and tour participants, first Aid, risk assessment and Safe Guarding.

Our ideal applicant will have:

  • Good knowledge and understanding of the curriculum and apply that to creating education activity in relation to our program.
  • Be experienced in managing and delivering Education programmes for a range of ages and abilities
  • Supervisory experience
  • Experience of budgets
  • Good relationship skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • An Arts degree and ideally a teaching qualification

Job details:

Candidates must have flexibility to work varying hours and to travel within Southampton and surrounding areas. A driving license and own transport is essential.

Salary: to £24,205 pa plus benefits, 37.5 hours per week, evenings and weekends may be required.  First interviews will be held on 29 June and second interviews 6 July - including a practical workshop element.

Full details - https://www.mayflower.org.uk/about-us/careers/

If you would like to apply - https://www.cloudonlinerecruitment.co.uk/mayflowertheatre/

We are committed to providing an accessible recruitment process, if you have additional requirements, please contact HR recruitment@mayflower.org.uk

We are able to offer documentation in large text and dyslexia friendly text.

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