Museum of East Anglian Life and Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse in Norfolk are advertising two 12 month Heritage Lottery Funded Heritage Engineering training posts.
The posts are to start by 1st April 2014 – (application deadline is 18th February) as part of the HLF funded Skills for the Future programme. They are offering Fixed Term Contracts for 12 months, 22.5 hours per week. Up to £12,140 pro rata (£7,284 for 22.5 hours)
They are looking for two people with a keen interest in heritage engineering, and who want to develop their skills and/or potentially a career in this field. Based at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse, trainees will work at several different locations on stationary engines, steam boilers and locomotives. Trainees will be expected to complete accredited training in steam plant maintenance, and a level 2 qualification in engineering maintenance as part of their traineeship.
For more information and application form please see the website: www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/skillsforthefuture