National Historic Ships UK are recruiting a Co-ordinator to manage the Shipshape Heritage Training Partnership project.
Trainees will be working with a variety of historic vessels, receiving specialist training in the significance of traditional craft and how to operate them safely and effectively.
The Co-ordinator will undertake the daily management of this HLF-funded scheme, including administration, recruitment, reporting, timetabling and budgeting. To co-ordinate between the eight host training sites to support, promote and evaluate the key aspects of the training programme.
This is a fixed-term contract from June 2018 to November 2020 (30 months).
The post holder will work a 28 hour week, days to be agreed. Some overnight travel will be a required element of this job.
Salary: £25K pro rata.
Closing date for applications: midnight, Sunday 15th April 2018
Interviews: to be held on Wednesday 2nd May 2018 in Greenwich, London.
Download the Project Co-ordinator job description .
Applicants need to apply via the Royal Museums Greenwich job vacancy pages: https://www.rmg.co.uk/work-services/jobs-volunteering/job-opportunities