Starting salary £27,000 pa (subject to review after 3 month probationary period)
Appointment fulltime (subject to a 3 month probationary appointment) starting as early in April 2017 as possible.
Historic Buildings Researcher sought by a leading townscape and built heritage consultancy based in central London
The Tavernor Consultancy provides advice and produces reports on design issues and planning policy related to developments in historic contexts. Most of our projects are in London and many are large scale, high profile schemes. We work closely with leading architects (see our website – http://www.tavernorconsultancy.co.uk).
We are looking for someone who may have experience, or is willing to learn how to research the history of buildings and sites through on-line, library and archive sources, contribute to the writing of Townscape, Heritage and Visual Impact Assessments, and to undertake administrative tasks in support of the directors.
You will preferably have a degree in either architecture, history or the humanities, and a demonstrable interest in the built environment. You will be able to interpret a variety of information, write clearly and work independently. Knowledge of the UK planning system and/or IHBC membership is desirable, and familiarity with photoshop.
Appointment fulltime (subject to a 3 month probationary appointment) starting as early in April 2017 as possible. Starting salary £27,000 pa (subject to review after 3 month probationary period).
Please do not phone us. If you are interested please email your CV and contact details to the following address: email@example.com, with the subject header, ‘Historic Buildings Researcher’. We will contact suitable candidates for interview.