Contact Us

Education Advisory Group at The Scottish Jewish Heritage Centre

Working Hours: Part Time
ontract: N/A
Location: Glasgow
Closing date: 31st May 2024

About the Role

Do you have a passion for heritage and education? Can you help us develop our education offering?

The SJHC runs visits for primary and secondary schools, using the historic building of Garnethill Synagogue and archive collections to support learning about Judaism, migration, refugees and the Holocaust. We would like the group to help us assess our current education offer and develop new resources for formal and informal education. For more information about our offering:

The group will report to the SJHC Manager, who runs the Centre’s educational services, and act as a support to the Manager. No previous experience of being on a Board or advisory group is required.

What’s Involved
The group will meet 4 times per year in Glasgow. There may be occasional meetings via Zoom. This is an unpaid role, but travel expenses can be reimbursed.

About us

The SJHC is a SCIO based in Garnethill Synagogue in Glasgow. It was created in partnership by The Scottish Jewish Archives Centre (SJAC) and Garnethill Synagogue Preservation Trust (GSPT) working alongside Garnethill Hebrew Congregation:

Its aims are to:

  • Increase access to Scotland’s Jewish and Holocaust-era history.
  • Encourage wider and more diverse engagement with SJAC’S collections
  • Expand access to Garnethill Synagogue and its heritage
  • Make a lasting difference to the welfare of the heritage, the people involved, the local community and beyond.

How to Apply

Please send us your CV and a personal statement (up to 500 words, or a 2-minute video recording). In your brief statement please tell us a bit about yourself, why you’re interested in becoming a member of the group, and what you think you could bring to the SJHC.

Applications should be submitted via email to the SJHC Manager Kerry Patterson by 5pm Friday 31st May 2024. For any questions or an informal chat, please contact the Manager by email or phone 0141 332 4151.

Apply now

For more information Please visit the, SJHC website

SJHC website