WELSH LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT: Welsh language skills are desirable

PURPOSE OF POST:

You will help us deliver our Resilient Heritage Project by being responsible for carrying out a collections review across our three museum sites working with museum staff and an inhouse team drawn from the key services across MonLife. The creation of MonLife provides a unique opportunity to take a fresh look and establish a renewed approach to the management of the heritage assets within its care.

The post will give you the opportunity to ensure the museum service has the collections it requires to fulfil its strategic objects and that the objects are properly documented and cared for.

This post is supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Should you require any further information regarding this post, please contact: Megan de Silva, Collections Review Project Lead [email protected] 01873 854282

Closing Date: 12 noon on Monday 24th Feb 2020

Interview date is likely to be on Friday 6th March (TBC)

Please Note that we are not able to accept CVs

If you are interested in the role please describe how you meet the criteria set out in the person specification outlining your relevant knowledge, skills, attitudes and experience for this vacancy. Application forms can be completed online or down loaded via: www.monmouthshire.gov.uk/how-to-apply-for-council-jobs

Applications may be submitted in Welsh, and that an application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.

Completed paper application forms should be returned to the following address:- People Services, Monmouthshire County Council, County Hall, Rhadyr, Usk, Monmouthshire, NP15 1GA Monmouthshire County Council is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

All posts are open to job-share unless stated otherwise. Monmouthshire County Council operates a Smoke Free Workplace policy.
This post is potentially available as a secondment opportunity for internal applicants

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