Oral History Coordinator / Facilitator
Memories Captured is one of twenty projects that form the Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership Scheme funded principally by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
It’s an oral history project that aims to capture the voices and stories of people local to the Cranborne Chase and Chalke Valley area in order to provide content and inspiration for the development of other projects within the Scheme and promote awareness of the rich rural life of the area. The project is being run in partnership with Blandford Town Museum.
The principal requirement for this role is to help plan, organise and coordinate a minimum of 40 interviews over 12 months. This includes becoming familiar with the objectives of the project, reporting on progress and copying and storing all recordings to the correct digital platforms so they can be enjoyed by the public.
The Facilitator/Co-ordinator for the Memories Captured Oral History Project will be supported by Sylvia Hixon Andrews (Director of Blandford Town Museum) and Charlotte Moreton (Chase & Chalke LPS Heritage & Community Engagement Officer). The project will be managed by Jonathan Monteith (Chase & Chalke LPS Scheme Manager). These together form the Memories Captured Project Team.
The commitment is for 12 months at 10 hours / month at £2,000 (plus travel to and from facilitated sessions)
Application will be by CV and covering letter (no application form) to: email@example.com
Application Deadline: The deadline has been extended to Monday 18th October 2021 at 12 noon [original deadline was 8 October 2021]
If you have any questions, email Charlotte Moreton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews will take place via phone, Zoom or Microsoft Teams