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Programme Coordinator – Quaker History

Employer
WOODBROOKE
Location
Homebased with travel within the United Kingdom
Salary
£20,490 (£34,151 pro rata)
Closing date
23 Jun 2024

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Job Details

Woodbrooke is seeking a creative and knowledgeable person to develop and deliver our learning in Quaker History.

You will have a comprehensive knowledge of Quaker History, the ability to review it through various historical and contemporary lenses, and the skills to coordinate programmes that inspire, inform, educate, and illuminate the relevance of Quaker History to Quaker practice today.

You will coordinate and develop the programmes, deliver teaching, work with associate tutors to deliver teaching, and oversee the development of digital and print resources to support these courses.

This is an exciting and newly created role that focuses solely on Quaker History and provides the opportunity to contribute to our expanding vision to reach a global audience with new and innovative opportunities for learning.

Hours: 21 hours per week with a flexible working pattern
Salary: £20,490 (£34,151 pro rata)
Contract: Permanent
Location: Homebased with travel within the United Kingdom

Closing Date: 5pm Monday 24 June

Interviews: TBC

For an informal discussion about this role please contact rachael.swancott@woodbrooke.org.uk

Woodbrooke is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and expects all its staff and volunteers to share and uphold this commitment.

Woodbrooke has a commitment to equality, and we encourage and welcome applications for posts from all sections of society. We would like to receive applications from people who uphold Quaker values, whether or not they are Quakers.

Company

Woodbrooke is an international Quaker learning and research organisation based in Britain. We provide opportunities for learning, connection and worship which are rooted in the Quaker tradition and open to all. Our mission is to foster the ‘vital ministry’ of Quakers today and our learning programme allows participants to: deepen their understanding of the Quaker way, explore spirituality, support their communities and be inspired to bring about wider change the in world.

Company info
Telephone
0121 728 2360
Location
The Woodbrooke Office
Fircroft College of Adult Education
1018 Bristol Road
Birmingham
West Midlands
B29 6LH
United Kingdom

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