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Learning Department Co-ordinator - Ref: WA273
Westminster Abbey’s Learning Department provides a high-quality experience which aims to enhance the formal learning of young people from the UK and beyond. The Learning Department makes use of all parts of the Abbey, from the historic cloisters to the beautiful hidden gardens, and is based in the Education Centre in Dean’s Yard. Young people visiting encounter the amazing history of the Abbey and its importance and role as a living church today.
Closing date Sunday, 3rd December 2023 at 12.00 PM
Part time – Permanent
Salary: £18,719.51 per annum
(FTE £31,199.18 per annum)
You will be responsible for the administration of visits from UK schools. This requires familiarisation with the Abbey’s Customer Relations Management (CRM) system and responding to enquiries by email, telephone and via the online enquiry portal. You will be responsible for the Learning volunteers’ rota and communication with other Abbey departments regarding upcoming visits. You will also manage the Learning Department diary, including arranging departmental meetings and taking bookings for the Education Centre from other Abbey departments. The normal working days for this role are Monday to Wednesday as this is a job-share with the other person working in the role Thursday to Friday
How to apply
Please download the Application Pack and return your completed application form and equal opportunities form to [email protected].
All applications must be submitted no later than noon on 3rd December 2023 via email: [email protected]. Interviews will take place on a date to be confirmed. CVs and cover letters will not be accepted and will not be forwarded to the shortlisting panel so applicants are advised to include all relevant information in the application form.
Interviews are scheduled to take place on or after 11th December 2023.
We are committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults at risk. To prevent them from harm, we undertake appropriate checks on staff and volunteers and require them to complete relevant safeguarding training and a basic DBS check. Westminster Abbey is an Equal Opportunities Employer