£44,628 – £48,215
Glasgow is a vibrant, historic city filled with character and impressive architecture, the city attracts tourists, events, and is the stage for the filming of various films and television shows. The historic buildings of Glasgow are a key feature of the city, they give a sense of place to locals and offer visitors stunning skylines and streets to explore. Continue reading
£32,747 – £36,863 (Grade 7)
37 hrs pw
What is the role?
Department: Development Management: Planning and Regeneration
You will be responsible for determining listed building consent and associated planning applications, providing advice on listed building and conservation area matters across the Borough, and preparing/reviewing conservation area character assessments. Continue reading
2 Chairs, 2 Vice-Chairs and up to 30 Panel Members
*£300/half day for Chairs & £200/half day for Vice Chairs and Panel members
The Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service (GCSP) is inviting applications for the role of Chair, Vice-Chair and Panel members for the Greater Cambridge Design Review Panel. The Panel supports GCSP’s commitment to the high-quality design of new development by providing independent expert advice on developments, design/planning policies and guidance across the Greater Cambridge area. The new single panel will replace the Design Enabling Panel at South Cambridgeshire District Council and the Design and Conservation Panel at Cambridge City Council. Continue reading
*£25,726 – £42,429 (Grades 4-6 dependent on experience and qualifications)
Full/part time, permanent
** Based: Cambridge & Cambourne
Conservation professional sought by friendly, hard-working, Historic Environment team to replace longstanding colleague who is now retiring after more years with us than anyone can recall!
We cover some 3500 Listed Buildings and over 100 conservation areas in the historic university city of Cambridge and surrounding villages and small towns of South Cambridgeshire. Continue reading
£29,068 (pro rata £23,254) during the first year’s training –
with a pay increase after one year
Part time (28 hrs pw)
Can you handle a diverse workload?
Do you inspire confidence in colleagues?
Do you want a new challenge? Continue reading
HCUK Group is a multi-disciplinary environmental practice specialising in heritage, archaeology, landscape and planning. We are recruiting a skilled Associate Director to join our experienced heritage team. Some of you may remember our previous branding as ‘Heritage Collective’. Continue reading
£28,672 – £32,910 (Grade H)
Full time, permanent
Chief Executive’s Department
Planning / 7/8 Spilman Street
An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Carmarthenshire County Council Planning Division. We are looking to recruit a full-time, permanent Built Heritage & Planning Enforcement Officer to help protect the historic buildings of the County.
Carmarthenshire is a great place to work: the county town of Carmarthen is the oldest continuously inhabited town in Wales and the diverse and beautiful county has over 1,800 listed structures and 27 Conservation Areas, including cottages and castles across varied landscapes from mountains to coastlines and industrial towns. Continue reading
£29,577 – £32,234
Flexible hours/full time (36 hrs pw), temporary (up to 12 months)
An exciting opportunity has opened for an enthusiastic and knowledgeable Conservation Officer to help us conserve and manage the wealth of heritage assets and contribute to the sustainable growth and regeneration of the district.
This position is temporary cover for maternity leave, up to 12 months.
We are looking for a passionate, experienced, and enthusiastic colleague, with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of conservation practice, Listed Building legislation, Planning policy guidance and case law. Continue reading
£25,481 – £27,741 SCP 19 – 23 (Band F)
37 hrs pw, permanent
Monmouthshire County Council and Torfaen County Borough Council have an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified heritage professonal to join our Heritage Team providing all aspects of heritage advice across the county.
The Heritage Team deal with all aspects of the historic environment including processing Listed Building Consent applications, advising on planning applications in historically important areas, serving formal notices, pro-actively managing the Buildings at Risk Register and Management of all 31 Conservation Areas. Continue reading
£35,865 – £39,924 (dependant on skills and experience), plus Lease Car or Cash Alternative of £3,050 pa
Full time (37 hrs pw), permanent
Are you an experienced Conservation Officer? Or do you have slightly less experience but the capacity to grow in the role?
This is a great career opportunity to establish a high profile and a strong reputation working for a Council that genuinely values the importance listed buildings and conservation areas. With an adopted Heritage Strategy Ashford is home to the greatest number of listed buildings amongst local authorities in Kent and has significantly higher numbers of Grade I and Grade II* buildings, over 40 scheduled monuments and several Registered Parks and Gardens. Continue reading
£31,089 pa pr, plus pension and benefits
Part time (21.6 hrs pw net), fixed term (9 months)
Location – Remote – Home based working within the North East or South East regions
The Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) is a leading national heritage charity, protecting and opening 350 beautiful historic churches to the public across England, attracting two million visitors each year, including through its innovative activities such as Champing™. Continue reading
£29,577 – £33,782 (Grade 8)
Full time (37 hrs pw), permanent
Job reference – REQAA2837
An exciting and interesting opportunity is available to join our expanding Planning team in a specialist post.
Based in the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire, adjacent to the world famous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, we have the rare opportunity to join the team as a Historic Building Conservation Officer. The post is based in our Conservation Team with the rewarding experience of enhancing and protecting the historic environment. Continue reading
£35,884.67 – £42,212.73
Fixed term (31 May 2023)
Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability
Location: Orkney Street Enterprise Centre, 18 Orkney Street, Govan, G51 2BX
Based within GCC Neighbourhood, Regeneration and Sustainability services, the Project Officer will report directly to a Principal Officer and will deliver the Govan Cross Townscape Heritage Initiative and Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme, develop plans for a successor heritage-led regeneration programme, and support complementary project delivery within the Central Govan Action Plan and Govan Partick Strategic Development Framework action programmes. Continue reading
Full time, (37.5 hrs pw), fixed term (24 months)
Address: Tisbury, Wiltshire
We have a fantastic opportunity to recruit an experienced Project Manager to lead on a transformational conservation project at Barrington Court, a Grade I listed Tudor manor house in Somerset. Set in the South Somerset landscape on the edge of the village of Barrington, near Ilminster, the property is made up of two houses – Court House and Strode House. Continue reading
£30,451 – £32,910 (Grade I)
Full time (37 hrs pw), permanent
An exciting permanent opportunity has arisen in the Peak District National Park for a Conservation Officer.
We are looking for a suitably qualified and experienced applicant to join our busy Cultural Heritage team. Your work will help us to protect and enhance the special buildings, structures, places and landscapes of the Peak District National Park. You will provide specialist conservation advice, support and guidance both internally and externally, and help the team deliver an effective and integrated conservation advice for our towns and countryside. Continue reading
£22,000 – £25,000 pa (depending on experience)
36 hrs pw, 1-year full time fixed-term contract
Pension provision: 6% salary contribution
Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust is an established and dynamic Scottish charity (SC003139) with the aim of conserving and promoting the archaeological and architectural heritage of Perth & Kinross for the benefit of residents, visitors and future generations. We are seeking an enthusiastic, organised and driven individual, with a background in archaeology, historic buildings conservation, or similar fields, and ideally with events experience and promotional skills, to join our team. Continue reading
Arup is an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services. Independent in ownership and spirit, we combine innovative digital solutions and processes with our domain expertise across the built environment to make a positive difference to the world.
Digital Transformation is at the heart of Arup’s strategy, combining digital and data-related capabilities with traditional engineering, design and consultancy strengths. We use this to solve our clients most complex challenges and help them respond effectively to the rapidly evolving digital world. Continue reading