Project Officer

Job Title: Project Officer
Contract Type: Temporary
Location: Edinburgh
Salary: £12.53 per hour
Start Date: 2019-04-01 00:00:00
Reference: 082104714
Contact Name: Anamaria Colceriu
Contact Email:
Job Published: March 12, 2019 13:34

Job Description

Pertemps Scotland Ltd are working with our client in central Edinburgh to recruit for Project Officers on a temporary basis for around 3 months. The roles are full time and the rate of pay is £12.53 per hour.

Description of the role:

37 hours Per week
Start: 1st April
Contract ends: 31st August 2019

The post will involve travel and periods away from home, for which expenses are provided.
Deliver training to young people and schools, and Career-long Professional Learning (CLPL) modules to teachers in conjunction with the SUP Learning Officer
Deliver training to community groups and individuals in existing projects and as part of a four-month touring celebratory exhibition at venues in Edinburgh, Inverness and Glasgow.
Support the delivery of learning resources for inclusion in the end-of-project legacy documentation.
Contribute to the delivery of evaluation activities.

Essential Skills:
  • A degree in education, architecture, archaeology, history or a related discipline and/or relevant work experience
  • Experience of delivering training to adults and young people in the cultural sector
  • Experience in the preparation of educational resources for young people
  • Experience of working with creative and digital professionals to deliver workshops
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Positive attitude and ability to work as part of a team, as well as ability to work independently

Desirable Skills:
  • Experience of delivery of outdoor learning
  • Knowledge and practical experience of using maps and archival material to investigate the Scottish built environment
  • Experience of using digital technologies and social media in learning projects
  • Knowledge and practical experience of building survey methodologies, including the use of analogue and digital techniques
  • Good knowledge of photography and oral history recording

PVG Required.

If you have what it takes please send your CV.