Assistant Education Officer

Assistant Education Officer

Friday, 18 September 2020, 5.00pm
The National Museum of Ireland is seeking applications from suitable candidates to fill the post of an Assistant Education Officer (Assistant Keeper Grade II) within the Education Department. This is a full time permanent position.
Personal Specification:
Essential 
  • A third level qualification in one or more of the following areas: museum education and learning, public archaeology, community archaeology, public history, education, archaeology, art history, heritage, history. Alternatively at least five years’ experience of museum learning and education and audience-centred programming. 
  • Experience of working in one or more of the following fields: public archaeology, community archaeology, public history, heritage, and/or cultural heritage education etc. 
  • Experience of working with a variety of audiences in diverse contexts and developing innovative participative, pedagogical approaches to meet their interests and needs. National Museum of Ireland 
  • Experience or proven knowledge of developing a wide range of approaches and tools to interpret Museum exhibitions, archaeological excavations and research, collections and resources. 
  • Excellent project management, administrative, co-ordination and organisational skills. 
  • Excellent interpersonal communication and team based skills. 
  • Effective communication skills including writing, editing and presentation. 
  • Initiated, led, delivered and evaluated one innovative project in the field of museum education and learning, or community archaeology.  
Desirable 
  • Familiarity with the collections and exhibitions at the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology. 
  • Knowledge of the Irish language. 
  • Knowledge of the cultural education sector in Ireland. 
  • A knowledge of the roles of museums in society. 
  • Knowledge of research in the field of cultural education and learning. 
See link below for further details. 


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