Thursday, 26 December 2019

Scottish Jewish Heritage Centre Manager position advertised

A new post that may be of interest to the right candidate!


Salary range £23,000 to £25,000, for 28 hours per week, depending on experience and qualifications. This is a permanent post.

Job purpose: The Heritage Centre Manager will take forward the launch of the Scottish
Jewish Heritage Centre (SJHC) including the Scottish Holocaust-era Study Centre and successfully establish the day-to-day running of the Centre and contribute to its ongoing development.

The SJHC is a partnership project by the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre (SJAC) and Garnethill Synagogue Preservation Trust (GSPT) designed to broaden and increase public access to the historic synagogue, to SJAC displays and to SJAC’s important Holocaust-era collections.

Location: The Heritage Centre Manager will be based in Garnethill Synagogue where an office is being created.

Employer: The Heritage Centre Manager will be employed by the SJHC, which will be managed by a SCIO set up by the project partners for this purpose. The SJHC line manager will be the chair of the SJHC SCIO. The SCIO will take on operational management following the launch of the SJHC.

In advance of the SCIO being in place, during the Delivery Phase, the Heritage Centre Manager will be recruited and employed by the project Working Group. In the initial stages the SJHC Manager will be line managed by the Delivery Phase Project Coordinator. In the initial stages the funding for the SJHC manager will be handled by SJAC Hon Treasurer who is managing the project funds.

Working hours: Working hours to be agreed are for 28 hours per week. Post holder working hours will exclude the Jewish Sabbath and Festivals, which will replace some statutory holidays. Post holder hours will include some Sundays and evenings which will be essential for the access of attendees at Weekend Events and Activities and other events and/or meetings.

For further details visit this link.


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