Health and Wellbeing Programme Coordinator vacancy at The Beaney Museum – deadline 11 December 2019

Canterbury City Council is looking to appoint a Health and Wellbeing Programme Coordinator for the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge to build on the pioneering work in this field. Canterbury and Museums & Galleries are working as the lead partner for the development of Health and Wellbeing research and practice through museum and gallery services. They are looking to recruit an enthusiastic individual with a passion for Arts and Heritage, particularly in a Museum context. The successful candidate will enjoy working in a team environment and will excel at building relationships and project management.

Further information can be found here.