Aurora Wellbeing Centres: Evaluation Consultancy
Location: The Old Library and Museum, Memorial Avenue, Worksop, Nottinghamshire S80
Fee: The maximum fee available for delivery will be
£13,500 (excluding VAT).
The Aurora Wellbeing Centre would like to
commission a consultant to work with them on the following project which has a number of strands:
- Develop innovative work
exploring heritage and health which demonstrates the potential for improving the wellbeing of clients diagnosed with cancer and Long-Term conditions and the local community.
- Develop a heritage activity
programme, volunteer programme and partnerships to significantly broaden opportunities for engagement with clients of Aurora and the local people of Bassetlaw.
- Create a new heritage space for
the people of Worksop to celebrate their heritage within the centre to including physical displays and an innovative virtual museum to tell stories of the area and the building.
- Renovate, conserve and restore
the Grade 11 listed 1938 Old Library and Museum building, creating a multi-use centre, accessible to all.
This post is offered on a consultancy
contract funded through the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The Evaluation Consultancy will be accountable to Aurora Wellbeing Centres, who will act as the client and set out all the requirements of
The consultancy will be required to work
collaboratively with Aurora Wellbeing Centres Board, staff and all project partners and stakeholders to develop the project and deliver all targets to a high standard.
The evaluation consultant will work as part
of a team approach to evaluation. We would expect the Consultant to have skills in health and heritage and wellbeing evaluation be able to demonstrate the following:
Experience and skills:
- Experience of evaluating grant
aided projects following the requirements of the National Heritage Lottery Fund.
- Experience of working with a
- Knowledge of the heritage
sector or visitor attractions.
- Experience of community
- Understanding of the Aurora
Wellbeing Centres and appreciation of our aims and anticipated outcomes.
- Excellent interpersonal and
- A high level of advocacy and
- Demonstrable ability to work
collaboratively and forge effective working relationships.
- Ability to identify appropriate
advice and information.
- Good time-management
- Excellent IT
- A good standard of written and
Attributes and aptitudes:
- A current DBS
- Driving Licence and access to a
- Public Liability
- Ability and willingness to work
outside normal office hours.
The full evaluation brief is available by