HWB Programme Co-ordinator post available
24 March 2014
Heritage Without Borders (HWB) is looking for a part-time Co-ordinator for their collaborative South East Europe Cultural Heritage Exchange Programme.
HWB and University College London (UCL) have teamed up with the British Council to deliver the South East Europe Cultural Heritage Exchange Programme. This programme will explore the broader role that museums can play in contemporary society, through establishing and defining identity, addressing pressing contemporary issues and through engaging with young people and communities.
A part-time Co-ordinator is needed to help with the planning, organisation and administration of this initiative that will take place from September 2014 to March 2015. The post will start in April 2014, so that the successful applicant can be actively involved in the planning stages of the project.
The Co-ordinator will play a key role to ensure that the programme delivers its goals, supporting international delegates, UK colleagues and playing an integral part in the evaluation of the programme.
- Full details of the post, including how to apply, are available on the HWB website»
- Deadline: 7 April 2014
- Contact HWB by email»
Heritage Without Borders (HWB) is a unique charity working in developing countries to build capacity in heritage skills; support heritage projects in situations of poverty, and following conflict and disaster; and provide valuable work experience for students and professionals in the heritage sector.