The Our Shared Cultural Heritage project (OSCH) focuses on exploring the shared cultures and histories of the UK and South Asia.
OSCH works with young people aged 11-25 to create new ways for museums and youth organisations to work together, develop new opportunities for young people, and become better places to explore identity and connect with others.
We are seeking three Local Liaisons in Greater Manchester to help recruit young people, to set up activity with youth groups and to build connections between organisations, young people, their families and wider communities.
The Local Liaisons will also benefit from training, professional development, and the opportunity to build professional networks. This opportunity will run for nine months from October 2019 to June 2020.
Local Liaisons will likely be youth workers currently working with young people primarily of South Asian descent in Greater Manchester, who reflect their identity and understand their lives. They will be leaders in their local communities and will already hold the trust and respect of young people, their families and/or schools.
For more information, please download the below job description.
How to apply
To apply, email your CV and a completed Application Form to Isobel Cecil, Project Manager, by midnight on 29 September 2019. Email: email@example.com with the subject line: 'Local Liaison Application'
Timeline of Role
|29 September 2019
|7 or 8 October 2019
|Individual induction meetings
|21-23 October 2019
|First Steering Group meeting
|Evening of Thursday 24 October 2019
|Future Steering Group meetings
|To take place on the third Thursday evening of every month until June 2020