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WE'RE RECRUITING!

We're recruiting for our newly awarded Common Ground Project

Our Common Ground application to National Lottery Heritage Fund has been approved. We’re eager to get started and are looking for some enthusiastic and skilled people to help us.

Common Ground is an exciting new project that will inspire and equip young people to celebrate their cultural and natural heritage.  In partnership with Norfolk and Suffolk Wildlife Trusts, National Trust, SHARE Museums East and The Prince’s Trust, Norfolk and Norwich Festival Trust have consulted, designed, tested and refined a youth engagement model to increase and sustain young people’s engagement in heritage. Over 3 years Common Ground will inspire new forms of heritage interpretation, enabling young people to generate and present unconventional ideas about heritage.

 

COMMON GROUND PROJECT MANAGER

Responsible for the delivery of the Common Ground programme, main responsibilities include programme management and implementation, recruiting, supporting and training a Youth Advisory Board, managing a programme of training and professional learning for heritage staff and volunteers and young people, commissioning and overseeing creative heritage projects in identified areas and recruiting and managing trainees, and reporting to the Project Board and funders.

The post holder needs to enjoy managing complex multi stakeholder regional programmes, working with a range of people and different sectors. The post holder must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong problem solving and organisational skills, good experience of data analysis, interpretation and presentation and knowledge of commissioning projects and or experience of artists working in arts participation, cultural education or heritage interpretation.

This is a full-time, fixed term post, until January 2023

Deadline for applications is midday on Monday 25 November 2019

Interviews will be held on Thursday 12 December 2019

Download the full job description and application form below or contact us at bridge@nnfestival.org.uk with any questions

Project Manager Job Pack

Project Manager Application Form

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

 

COMMON GROUND PROJECT COORDINATOR

To support the delivery of the Common Ground programme, main responsibilities include coordinating meetings, training activities and participation events and managing monitoring and evaluation data on project effectiveness and outcomes for young people, heritage staff, volunteers and organisations.

The post holder needs to enjoy working with a range of people, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, be confident and proficient in IT, and be well organised as well as having strong planning and data management skills, with good attention to detail.

This is a part-time (0.6FTE), fixed term post, until January 2023

Deadline for applications is midday on Monday 25 November 2019

Interviews will be held on Thursday 12 December 2019

Download the full job description and application form below or contact us at bridge@nnfestival.org.uk with any questions.

Project Coordinator Job Pack

Project Coordinator Application Form

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

 

COMMON GROUND INVITATION TO TENDER – EVALUATION CONSULTANT

The contract period is from January 2020 to January 2023. The aim of this project is to monitor and evaluate the Common Ground programme using an evaluation framework developed during the programme development phase (attached), building on this important work and delivering a formative and summative evaluation using qualitative and quantitative research methods.

You will be responsible for linking output and outcome measures to quality provision, ensuring the provision of a robust data set that demonstrates the short and medium term benefits of the programme, and the long term value of heritage engagement for young people and young adults. You will work directly with young people and staff and volunteers working in natural and cultural heritage, gathering and analysing information and delivering a rich, varied and relevant heritage offer for identified groups. You will have experience and specialism in qualitative and quantitative research.

Deadline for tenders is midday on Monday 25 November 2019

If you would like to discuss this tender please contact Michael Corley via michael@nnfestival.org.uk or 01603 878 285

Invitation to Tender – Evaluation Consultant

 

COMMON GROUND INVITATION TO TENDER – PARTNERSHIPS CONSULTANT

The contract period is from January 2020 to January 2023. The purpose of this role is to provide consultancy and advice on partnership development for the Project Board and Place Based Projects, including providing expert guidance on the youth engagement direction of the programme. Main areas of responsibility and speciality include organisational change and project quality, sustainability, including supporting fundraising, advocacy and stakeholder engagement.

The role requires an individual or company with a range of skills, knowledge and experience in: strategic partnership development, business and programme planning, children and young people’s participation in creative learning, cultural education, heritage interpretation, and innovation approaches such as co-creation, action research and ‘design thinking’. You will be working with the Common Ground Programme Team and Project Board, working with the heritage sector in 5 identified areas in the East of England, helping to shape an innovation programme for young people, heritage and the heritage sector across the region, and strengthen its legacy.

Deadline for tenders is midday on Monday 25 November 2019

If you would like to discuss this tender please contact Michael Corley via michael@nnfestival.org.uk or 01603 878 285

Invitation to Tender – Partnerships Consultant