Job posting: Teacher for Team Learning
Want to teach children of all ages about our wild West Jutland history?
Ringkøbing Fjord Museer is looking for a colleague with teaching experience who can help develop our communication and school service so that the museum's many places to visit and stories can fit perfectly into the goals of the Folkeskole and achieve high learning quality before, during and after the museum visit.
Every year, 300,000 visitors enter the doors of our museums. Many are children and young people, and we run around 150 learning programs annually. As we are in the process of developing and building our school service to be even better, we are looking for a qualified teacher to join our learning team.
This is a project-based position, and we expect the demand for our new offer to be so high that there will be a possibility of extension. You will be part of a skilled team of educators, where your primary focus will be on teaching. The distribution of working hours will be approx. 60/40 teaching and communication/administrative.
Tasks will primarily include:
- Implement learning programs in our museums and landscapes.
- Develop and optimize our learning paths with before, during and after material to fit in with common goals in primary school and professional goals in secondary education.
- Adaptation and further development of teacher guides.
- Helping to improve our overall teaching staff in terms of didactic methods.
- Administrative tasks related to learning agreements, meetings, etc.
- Participate in the museum's other communication.
A little about you:
- Have a teaching background.
- Love teaching and get great feedback.
- Good classroom management and didactic skills.
- Want to apply your didactic experience in a museum learning environment.
- Has an interest in history, but has an eye for culture and nature in general.
- Can think about the museum's core stories into courses that can be included in many different subjects in the primary school curriculum, from the Viking Age to World War 2. World War 2, and from Skjern Enge via Naturkraft to Kaj Munks Præstegård.
- Look great in everything from historical costumes to elf outfits.
- Are outgoing, approachable and have a constructive and positive mindset.
- Can keep a cool head and stay on top of things when things get busy.
- Are structured and solution-oriented and can work in a team and in an everyday life where we can also lend a practical hand when the museum is full of visitors or the Viking market is in full swing.
Be part of a developing workplace
You will be part of Team Learning and will report to Team Leader Birgitte Moos Farsø. In addition, you will also to a lesser extent be involved in the museum's other communication activities, e.g. guiding groups of adults and the museum's "ordinary guests". We are a versatile workplace with many different disciplines and many different visitor sites and office workplaces all around Ringkøbing Fjord. We are flexible, so you have the opportunity to plan your working hours in collaboration with the rest of the team.
Want to be part of the team?
If you want to know more about the job, please contact Birgitte Moos Farsø, Team Leader for Learning & Volunteers at firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. +45 2211 4140.
It is a project position of 37 hours per week
The employment period is March 1, 2024 to February 28, 2025
Salary according to agreement and qualifications
Our workplace is scattered around the nature of West Jutland, so a driver's license is required.
Meeting points are at all the museum's visitor sites and at the museum's administration at Bundsbækvej 25, 6900 Skjern. There is the possibility of flexible meeting times and the work tasks may occur evenings and weekends.
The application deadline is January 9, 2024 at 8:00 am and interviews will be held on January 11 and 12. Please apply via Jobindex. Hurry up and send an application - we look forward to hearing from you.Apply for the position