Exciting opportunities at Sharpe’s Pottery Museum following the re-opening after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Role: Part-time Marketing and Programme Assistant
Organisation: Sharpe’s Pottery Heritage and Arts Trust Limited
Reports to: Business and Development Manager
Location: Virtual and occasionally Sharpe’s Pottery Museum, Swadlincote
Contract type: This is a 12-month temporary role, with a view to make it more permanent subject to successful performance by the person appointed, transformation and sustainable sources of funding to cover the post in future years.
Salary: £10 per hour.
Working hours: Part-time – 10 hours per week, flexible.
Closing date: 30th July 2021, 10am
We are looking for a creative and dynamic individual to join our team and market Sharpe’s Pottery Museum as a place to learn, explore and enjoy!
Our iconic Grade II listed building not only houses stories and artifacts from South Derbyshire’s industrial past, the venue also hosts an interesting array of events for visitors to enjoy, including talks, workshops, crafts, arts and other seasonal fayres, community events, special occasion, performances, conferences and works with a wide range of partners and stakeholders committed to educating the community and our visitors about Sharpe’s family history and the significant changes from 19th century coal mining, clay extraction and associated industrial activity in South Derbyshire, to a 21st century sustainable landscape led by the creation of The National Forest!
We are recruiting for a number of vacancies at Sharpe’s Pottery Museum – including part-time Marketing and Programme Assistant – perfect if you’re looking to develop your creative skills at a visitor attraction.
This role would suit a highly motivated individual who has experience of devising and delivering marketing campaigns, website design and audience development together with an understanding of the challenges and opportunities of the tourism sector, and an empathy for our work as a heritage museum and arts charity. You will be part of an organisation that is committed to ensuring our visitors leave having had a great experience.
We are looking for people who have an eye for detail, excellent at communicating, has an enthusiasm for heritage, arts and culture, as well as a desire to assisting in achieving targets and enjoy being part of a busy team with constantly changing priorities.
We strive to be an inclusive employer and are always looking for people who reflect the diversity of the country today, to help us make it more relevant to the diversity of the people, communities and places we serve. We continually look for new ways to promote the past in a way that is inclusive to all and that celebrates the cultural diversity of England’s heritage.
You’ll find it’s a workplace like no other – taking you behind the scenes of an extraordinary site and supporting you to share your ideas, inspire others and make a difference.
By joining us, you’ll enjoy the rewards of a great team environment in an inspiring location, helping to make our site a wonderful place to visit.
For more information about the Museum please visit our website: www.sharpespotterymuseum.org.uk
Download a full Job Description and Person Spec – Marketing and Programme Assistant Job Description.
How to apply
Please submit your CV and a covering letter by 10.00am, Friday 30th July 2021 to Ian Bottrill, Company Secretary, Sharpe’s Pottery Heritage and Arts Trust by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Your cover letter should include:
- Why you are interested in the role
What makes you a good fit for the role (please refer to the job description and person specification)
If you require any adjustments or would like to discuss submitting your application in a different format, please contact Ian Bottrill, Company Secretary at email@example.com
Interview is proposed as Monday 2nd August 2021. Please let us know in your application if that date may be a problem for you.
To be held at: Sharpe’s Pottery Museum, West Street, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9DG under Covid19 restrictions current at that time.
Anticipated start date is Thursday 12th August 2021, or as soon after that date as possible.
If you have any queries about this post or the application process, please contact Ian Bottrill at the email address above.