Conservation Projects Officer (Full Time, Permanent Role)

Heritage Lincolnshire operates from the Humber to the Wash across the historical county of Lincolnshire. Our objectives are to advance the education of the public in all matters relating to Lincolnshire’s rich and diverse heritage and to preserve and investigate that heritage for the benefit of local people and visitors to the County. We are engaged in these objectives at a time when recognition of the value of heritage is rising and in a county full of potential in terms of heritage led regeneration. Our vision is to ensure that: The special character and significance of Lincolnshire’s heritage is understood, valued, conserved and celebrated for the benefit of local people, visitors and future generations.

CONSERVATION PROJECTS OFFICER (FULL TIME, PERMANENT, £23,500 - £25,000  dependent on experience)

This role will support the Conservation Project Manager and Heritage at Risk Solutions Officer in the delivery of grant funded projects, action on Heritage at Risk, and conservation, planning, and heritage consultancy. Based in Heritage Lincolnshire’s Heckington office, the appointed officer will work across Lincolnshire and the wider East Midlands as required.

Heritage Lincolnshire (HTL) is a local charity with over 27 years of experience in the sector. We work across the historic county of Lincolnshire to save heritage at risk, engage communities with their heritage, and promote best practice in the sector. HTL undertakes consultancy services across the East Midlands and our archaeological unit, APS, works nationally. As a small charity, HTL offers an exciting opportunity for early career professionals who would like to gain a wide range of experience and have a material impact on the organisation they work for.

HTL would support an applicant working towards their IHBC membership, with a wealth of opportunities in the day-to-day duties of this role to develop the skills required to demonstrate competency for full membership.

To find out more about the job and to apply, please download the full Job Description & Specification and apply using the Application Form.

Deadline for applications Friday 28th June at 5pm

Interviews expected to be held the week of the 1st/8th July 2019

Conservation Project Officer Job Description

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