Applications due Friday June 27 2014

This 7 month placement will provide a positive opportunity to obtain and develop museum skills and experience across the broad spectrum of museum work. As a RAMM museum trainee, your  programme will involve induction, shadowing and projects involving managing and interpreting the collections for a range of audiences.

This traineeship is hosted by RAMM to address areas where black and ethnic minority individuals are under-represented in the workforce.  It is offered to Black and Minority Ethnic people only (Section 37 [1] of the Race Relations Act 1976). It is based on the principles of positive action which means helping people from under-represented minorities to compete on an equal basis for jobs by helping them to develop the necessary skills and experience to take a first step on the career ladder.  Public institutions have a duty to promote the Race Relations Act and to ensure that the communities they serve are represented within the make-up of their workforce.

Full time, fixed term contract from July 2014 to end of January 2015

37 hours Monday to Friday 9.00 – 17.00 (some flexibility required, occasional evening and weekend working)

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