Evaluation Consultant, The National Motor Museum Trust

Location:The National Motor Museum Trust, Beaulieu, Hampshire Salary:Up to £4,500 including expenses Main duties:

The consultant will be involved early in the project, to help create an evaluation framework to monitor and review its inter-related strands. The consultant will advise staff and volunteers who will then gather evaluation information throughout the project implementation period. The consultant will return at a later stage to compile the data and produce an Evaluation Report.

The consultant will report to the Director of Collections & Engagement and work alongside the NMMT management team, staff and volunteers. It is envisaged that the consultant will attend the Museum to facilitate appropriate evaluation sessions.

How to Apply

Applicants are invited to submit a CV and covering statement in response to the brief which can be found at nationalmotormuseum.org.uk/evaluation-consultant/

The statement must include how the applicant meets the experience and competencies outlined in the brief.

Please send applications to:

Anna-Marie.O’Connor@beaulieu.co.uk
OR by post to:
Anna-Marie O’Connor, National Motor Museum Trust, Beaulieu, Hampshire SO42 7ZN

Application deadline is Monday 2nd March.
Interviews will be held the week beginning Monday 9th March.

Closing date:02/03/2020 Job Description:

The National Motor Museum Trust (NMMT) at Beaulieu is seeking to engage an experienced consultant to assist in the development of an evaluation strategy for all aspects of a new project. Golden Arrow – Shot from the Past, Aimed at the Future is a multi-strand project supported by the Designation Development Fund (DDF) from Arts Council England (ACE).

Project Outline

The NMMT has recently been awarded £74,527 from ACE DDF to reinterpret its Land Speed Record-breaking icon, the 1929 Golden Arrow. Using computer generated augmented reality and historic collections, we plan to enhance engagement for visitors and deliver a range of audience focussed activities. The project runs from January 2020 to March 2022.

The project will create new learning programmes and enable schools and universities to explore science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) through a focus on Golden Arrow. The Museum will also offer craft sessions inspired by its Golden Arrow’s design, to be delivered by specialist makers.

A conservation project element will help preserve fragile paper-based archives and photographic media, though the main focus is on audience engagement through digital interpretation and creative programming.

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