This post is a limited term appointment for 2 years
About the role and our team
Join our education team as a Learning Support Officer within Manx National Heritage!
This role provides an enthusiastic and experienced teacher a unique opportunity to teach using the island’s national collections, museums, sites and monuments.
In this role, you will be planning and delivering educational programmes to a variety of learners.
You will also be extending the educational remit of the Manx National Heritage through school workshops, trails and resources online.
This is a fantastic opportunity and if you think this suits you, we would love to hear from you!
What can this role offer me?
This role offers a chance for a qualified teaching professional to integrate their passion of the island's heritage and landscape into their profession. There is also an opportunity to further CPD via courses with the Group for Education in Museums (GEM).
To find out more about the benefits you can enjoy by working with us, download our benefits guide from the bottom of the advert.
How to find out more and apply
For more information please see the attached job description and person specification, or alternatively contact Anthea Young on 01624 648034.
Applications for this post will be accepted up to midnight of the closing date specified. You’ll need to upload your latest CV to your application, and we recommend that you also include a cover letter that explains your motivations for applying, and that demonstrates your suitability for this post. If you have difficulties applying online please contact the Recruitment Team on 01624 686300 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note an enhanced with barring police check is required for this post which the Department will cover the cost of for you.
A driving licence is required for this role.
A relocation package and interview expenses are not available for this role.
The Isle of Man Public Service is an equal opportunities employer which supports and promotes flexible working. We understand its benefits in improving work-life balance and supporting health and wellbeing and, in its different forms; it is widespread throughout the Public Service. We are happy to discuss part-time or flexible working arrangements, including job share partnerships, for our roles (where possible) and if interested you should discuss this with the Hiring Manager.
Find out more about where a career in the Isle of Man Public Service could take you at hr.gov.im/careers.