About us

The Culture Trust Luton is an independent cultural charity. It produces and presents year round programmes of activity across its theatres, museums, arts centres, gardens, historic hat factories and creative spaces. The Trust manages the town’s heritage collections and archives and has a collection of over 2 million artefacts. It holds the most extensive and complete Hat and Headwear collection in the UK and the Mossman carriage collection at Stockwood Discovery Centre is the largest in Europe. The Trust is proud to be based in Luton where it welcomes thousands of regular local and national audiences to its venues.

About the job

Salary: £23,953 - £26,445 a year

Hours per week: 37

Working hours are Monday to Friday with occasional evening and weekends for events.

As well as objects and artefacts, our museums are full of artists, makers, painters and poets! Our new Learning Coordinator will be a driving force in developing and delivering projects, programmes, workshops and new learning initiatives that bring this cultural mix together.

About you

We’re looking for someone who is experienced in designing and delivering workshops for young people, and has the passion and enthusiasm to inspire them to develop their cultural interests, and learn new skills that support their career progression.

This role will be work with key partners across Luton, including schools, colleges, universities and other cultural organisations. The right candidate will be comfortable in presenting themselves and their work to new people, and have the ability to proudly and effectively communicate the Trust’s cultural learning programmes and opportunities.

In this dynamic role, you will undertake the administration of your own projects, including budgets and the coordination of project staff and volunteers. You will be based at Wardown House Museum and Gallery, with opportunities to work across all Culture Trust sites.

Application Process

Closing date: 10/07/2022

Interview date: 20/07/2022

Start date: September 2022