Fixed term until 31 December 2020
Full time (37.5 hours a week) part time job shares and secondments and will be considered
£ 25,000 per annum
Transforming our Future
On 2 June 2018, we closed to embark on the biggest transformation in our history – to ensure we can open up the power of performance to more people than ever and allow the next generation to flourish.
We’re looking for a brilliant Collections Officer to help us reveal the history of our building and to record forever the fascinating stories of all those who have come here down the centuries.
The person we’re looking for will have…
A passion for heritage - supported by a sound knowledge of archive collation and recording-keeping best practice
Experience of enthusing and directing a volunteer workforce
The ability to create engaging copy and resources to support story-telling and learning across all ages
A we’re all in values-led approach - passion, empathy, grit and gusto in everything you do
It would be great if you…
Understand the challenges of engaging and inspiring community groups
Love theatre and the creative arts.
What it’s like to work here
We are a small but ambitious team, pulling together to realise a state-of-the-art theatre for Cornwall
Based in the heart of Truro, we work in a creative and collaborative environment
If you would like an informal chat about this role, please email Helen Tiplady to arrange a call [email protected]
Please read this job description/person specification and then complete and return this application form. CVs will not be considered.
Closing date: Sun 30 Jun at midnight
Interviews: Expected to take place between 5-10 July
Hall For Cornwall is an equal opportunities employer. No agencies please.
Work Experience Opportunities
Our Work Experience Scheme includes department specific placement opportunities; as well as work shadowing and training with professional artists. If you're interested, please check this page regularly for updates.