Health & Wellbeing Coordinator , The Beaney House of Art & KnowledgeLocation:The Beaney , House of Art & Knowledge, Canterbury, Kent Salary: Salary in the region of £27,582 Benefits:Canterbury City Council is a great place to work. Our conditions include Local Government Pension Scheme membership plus benefits and flexible working hours. Our staff benefits package includes flexible annual leave and working arrangements, reduced cost leisure membership, free car parking at work and excellent training and development opportunities. Main duties:
The successful post holder, working with national and local partners and colleagues, will play a key role in delivering a pioneering health & wellbeing exhibitions and events programme for The Beaney Museum and Galleries. The post holder will also provide support and advice for the KMMP group members, sharing best practice and developing shared resources to support the delivery of health and wellbeing outcomes.
Please visit canterbury City Council job vacancies website for further information and full job description : https://www.canterbury.gov.uk/homepage/65/job_vacanciesInterview date:17/12/2019 Closing date:11/12/2019 Job Description:
(FULL TIME FIXED TERM until March 2022)
Canterbury City Council is looking to appoint a Health and Wellbeing Programme Coordinator for the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge to build on our pioneering work in this field. Canterbury and Museums & Galleries are part of the Kent and Medway Museums Partnership (KMMP) National Portfolio Organisation, and are working as the lead partner for the development of Health and Wellbeing research and practice through museum and gallery services.
We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic individual with a passion for Arts and Heritage, particularly in a Museum context. The successful candidate will enjoy working in a team environment and will excel at building relationships and project management.Full details [external link]