Gunnersbury Park and Museum is proud to be a London Living Wage Employer. Please see below for current employment opportunities. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding volunteering.
Gunnersbury Park Estate CIC Learning Assistant x 4 (Zero Hours Contract)
One Year Contract
£13 per hour
Gunnersbury Park & Museum offers an exciting and diverse learning programme where people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds can discover history and heritage through activities such as drama, object-handling and creative outdoor learning.
Gunnersbury Park Estate CIC is now seeking 4 Learning Assistants to join the Learning Team on a zero hours basis. This role will primarily focus on delivering museum and park-based workshops to primary school and early years groups. There may also be opportunities to get involved in other aspects of our programming, delivering workshops and tours to a wider audience.
The ideal candidates will have a drama/creative arts background, good communication and timekeeping skills, and experience of delivering costumed character historical workshops in a museum, gallery or heritage environment. You will also have a strong interest in helping others engage with history and heritage through inspirational learning experiences.
Please carefully read through the Job Description and apply with a CV and covering letter detailing your previous experience and suitability for this role.
Applications should be sent to Ellie Lewis-Nunes at email@example.com
Closing Date: Monday 3 February at 9am
Interviews will be held week beginning 24 February
Heritage Training Placements
We are offering Heritage Training Placements with Historic England. To find out more and apply for a place, please visit their website: historicengland.org.uk/services-skills/training-skills/work-based-training/paid-training-placements/
We are happy to offer short-term work experience placements for students at secondary school, college or university.
Our placements usually take place over one or two weeks and we aim to give students an overview of working at a busy heritage site. Whenever possible, we give students experience across Gunnersbury’s three major areas:
• Learning – assisting with events and activities for a range of different audiences
• Horticulture – supporting the Head Gardener with park-based tasks
• Curatorial – working with the curator to look after the collections
Longer placements for college and university students working within a specific department can sometimes be accommodated.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in a work experience placement.