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Museum of East Anglian Life
Museum of East Anglian Life, Iliffe Way IP14 1SL
Posted: 27 Sep 2021
Deadline: 8 Nov 2021
Compensation: National Minimum Wage
Paid Traineeship Full-time Fixed term / contract
This is an exciting time to work with us at the Museum of East Anglian Life as it transitions into becoming The Food Museum. As a Kickstart trainee working within the Food Learning Team, we hope you'll bring ideas and enthusiasm that will help develop resources for our all-ages Food Learning Programme. We have two positions in the Food Learning Team that we are currently recruiting for. The bullet points below give an idea of the types of activities that would shape your placement. However, the placement and training you'll receive can be adapted to your interests and how you wish to develop.
Broadly, you can expect to:
Please note: These are Kickstart positions for 18-24 year olds in receipt of Universal Credit (UC). If you are not currently not in work but don't yet get UC then your application can be fast-tracked with this scheme.
We are looking for young people from anywhere in the country and we’re keen to make it possible for you to come here. We are potentially able to provide some basic onsite accommodation. If you are interested in staying onsite, please let us know when you apply.
Number of hours per week: 25
Working pattern: Five days a week, 10am-4pm with weekend shifts.
Pay: Hourly rate of pay National Minimum Wage
If this sounds good to you, then we would love to hear from you.
This is a Government Kickstart Placement. Applicants have to be aged 18-24 and on Universal Credit. However, if you are out of work and not yet in receipt of Universal Credit then this can be fastracked.
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About Museum of East Anglian Life
We are currently a rural heritage museum based in Stowmarket, Suffolk. However, we are in the process of transitioning into becoming The Food Museum. We tell stories about food production, food preparation and food consumption. The museum has: 75 acres of land including a crop demonstration area; a selection of rare-breed farm animals; a walled vegetable and cut flower garden; a large wood-fired oven and outdoor cooking area.