National Museums Scotland wishes to engage a freelancer to assist with delivery of the Heritage Lottery Fund Activity Plan to Accompany Phase 2 of the Development at the National Museum of Flight.

It essential that the person has strong organisational and administrative skills, is capable of decision making, working on their own initiative, experience of delivering community engagement and learning programmes and working with volunteers. 

The aim is to ensure that the final projects of the National Museum of Flight,  Heritage Lottery Fund Activity Plan are all underway and set up in such a way as to reach completion within set targets, with processes developed to enable evaluation and final reporting as appropriate.

The contract will start on the 14 August 2017 and end on the 4 December 2017. It is expected that August will be initial meetings and preparation. 80% of the time will be delivered in September and October. It may be possible to complete all the time for the contract by mid-November depending on the progress of individual projects.

The closing date for applications is 17:00 on Monday 24 July 2017

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