Alastair Coey Architects: Historic Buildings Specialists

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Architectural Assistant
Architectural Technician

We specialise in all aspects of the care and protection of the historic built environment, are based in Belfast and accredited by the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland as a Grade One Conservation Practice. We work throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland for a wide range of clients including public bodies such as Historic England, local authorities and the National Trust and private owners of listed buildings. Continue reading

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Historic England: Historic Environment Planning Adviser

logo£37,870 + Benefits
Permanent
Location: The Atrium Building, Cannon Bridge House, 25 Dowgate Hill, London, EC4R 2YA
Reference No: 9120

An exciting opportunity has arisen in the London and South East Regional team for a Policy Planner to join us on a permanent basis. You`ll be a key part of this multidisciplinary team working in this dynamic region to shape fascinating historic places including Urban South Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Winchester, Oxford and the Chilterns. We work collaboratively in multi-disciplinary sub-regional casework teams as well as region-wide project teams, which provides exceptional personal and professional development opportunities. Continue reading

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National Trust: Building Surveyor

£40,071 pa
Full-time (37.5 hrs pw), fixed term (12 months)
Shrewsbury
Ref: IRC80183

Are you an experienced Building Surveyor? Do you want to be part one of the largest conservation charities home to some of the most important historic buildings and breath-taking gardens in England? Do you want to be part of a new vision? If so, read on….

We are pleased to announce that we are looking for an experienced Senior Building Surveyor, with strong project management experience, seeking new challenges and development, who will want to bring their technical brilliance to the conservation and maintenance of our 3 Year Vision. Continue reading

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Historic England: Historic Places Adviser

logo£33,337 – £35,721 + Benefits
Permanent
Location: 3 Chepstow Street, Manchester, M1 5FW
Reference No: 9130

Joining our team you will help shape the North West`s historic environment for the future. This is a dynamic region from beautiful Cheshire plains in the south to Cumbria and the Borderlands in the North and the heartland of the industrial revolution in Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Lancashire. We provide advice across the region and in this role you will have the opportunity to have a direct impact on influencing change. The role will enable you to facilitate and see through change and be part of creative and sustainable outcomes that enhance and rejuvenate our historic areas. As part of our wider collaborative approach you will be a key member of the Partnerships Team and the wider North West Team delivering the High Street Heritage Action Zones and those already established. Continue reading

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Be First: Townscape Heritage Officer

logo£40,887
Full time – 35 hrs pw
Fixed term (2.5 yrs + possible extension)

The National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) has awarded the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham funding for an ambitious Townscape Heritage initiative in the Abbey and Barking Town Centre Conservation Area.  Be First is the Council’s regeneration company tasked with implementing the project.  Be First wish to appoint a motivated and highly skilled individual for the role of Townscape Heritage Officer to manage and deliver the project. Continue reading

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English Heritage: Senior National Project Manager & National Project Manager

Senior National Project Manager – York
£48,000 – £51,000 (depending on experience)

National Project Manager – Bristol, Cambridge, Guildford, London or Swindon
£47,000 – £49,000 (depending on experience)
(plus inner London weighting where applicable)

Leading creative reuse, new build projects and sensitive conservation work on the most spectacular and significant historic sites in the country makes for a continually varied and unique role. No two days are the same as a Project Manager at English Heritage so be prepared to work in a dynamic and challenging environment with some of the best views in the country. Continue reading

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Historic England: Inspector of Historic Buildings and Areas

logoc £33,337 + Benefits
Permanent
Location: 3 Chepstow Street, Manchester, M1 5FW
Reference No: 9134

This is an opportunity to play a highly influential role in managing the historic environment through the planning system. It will also develop your leadership skills. Joining the friendly and high achieving North West team, you will be working on exciting heritage projects across the region. You will be directly involved with the conservation of national heritage, allowing it to be enjoyed for generations to come. Continue reading

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The National Trust: Building & Landscape Design Adviser – Adaptive Re-use

Full time, 2 year fixed-term contract

We are seeking an expert in Building and Landscape Design to manage change to our existing Historic Buildings, promoting sustainable alternative uses – ensuring that the essence of the places we look after is preserved, whilst bringing new life to under-utilised spaces in the National Trust estate.

An original thinker – a practical visionary who sees potential where others can’t – you’ll ensure that our Buildings find uses which contribute to the Trust’s work for years to come, enhancing and preserving not only the fabric of the Buildings, but the Spirit of the Places themselves. Continue reading

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Heritage Lincolnshire: Conservation Projects Officer

logo£23,500 – £25,000 (dependent on experience)
Full Time, permanent

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. Continue reading

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The Cleveland Pools Trust: Community Liaison and Volunteer Officer (CLVO)

logo£22,000 pro rata – salary/contract
Part-time* (equivalent of 3 days pw)
Temporary* (3 years + possible extension)

Responsible for delivering the National Lottery Heritage Fund approved Activity Plan for the Cleveland Pools during the construction period and beyond when the Pools are open to the public. 

Brief
The Cleveland Pools Trust has been awarded funding by the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) to restore as a community asset the oldest public outdoor swimming pool in the UK.  The Cleveland Pools site, a Georgian gem, is located in Bath and was open to the public from 1815 until 1984. This is an exciting opportunity to bring back to life a significant building at risk in this World Heritage Site. Continue reading

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The Cleveland Pools Trust : Finance and Administrative Officer (F&AO)

logo£20,000 – salary/contract
Full time, 24 month post

Brief: The Cleveland Pools Trust has been awarded funding by the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) to restore as a community asset the oldest public outdoor swimming pool in the UK.  The Cleveland Pools site, a Georgian gem, is  located in Bath and was open to the public from 1815 until 1984. This is an exciting opportunity to bring back to life a significant building at risk in this World Heritage Site. Continue reading

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Bath Preservation Trust: Project Manager

logo£17,500
Part time (2.5 days a week) subject to National Lottery Heritage Fund
18 months fixed term contract with the potential to extend

A Project Manager with heritage and NLHF (previously HLF) funded project experience sought for exciting project and capital programme at Beckford’s Tower, a unique Grade I listed building and museum. This post will only be confirmed if our application to the National Lottery Heritage Fund, result due in June 2019, is successful.   Continue reading

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Bath Preservation Trust: Planning and Conservation Assistant

logo£18,000 pa
Full time: Monday to Friday (35 hrs pw)
Part time considered: 4 days pw (28 hrs) – salary £14,400 pa

We are looking for an enthusiastic and capable graduate of a built environment discipline. The post holder will assist and support the work of campaigning team colleagues in all areas of heritage planning and conservation and the provision of specialist input into planning policy and development proposals affecting listed buildings, conservation areas and the World Heritage Site. Continue reading

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IHBC: Professional Development (PD) Officer

logoThis sound like you?
Then maybe you could be IHBC’s new ‘Professional Development (PD) Officer

  • PASSIONATE about conservation
  • LOVE travel and seeing new and old places
  • ENJOY working with people
  • ZEST for learning and education
  • BORED with regular commutes
  • PREFER flexible working
  • INHERENTLY self-motivated
  • UNDERSTAND leadership
  • NATURAL communicator, online and in person
  • STRIVE for new skills and networks
  • APPRECIATE fulfilling but hard work 

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LUC: Historic Environment Consultant

logoJoin the RTPI’s 2019 Planning Consultancy of the year! We are seeking an Historic Environment Consultant to join a friendly, award-winning multidisciplinary team of historic environment professionals, landscape architects / managers, urban designers, planners and ecologists committed to high quality professional work with a strong emphasis on delivering sustainable solutions.

This is an exciting opportunity to work with colleagues across the practice, developing our historic environment research, policy and assessment portfolio, providing strong input to work across key services. Continue reading

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Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust: Perth City Mills Development Officer

logo£25,000 – £30,000 pa
1-year full time or 2-year part time, fixed-term contract
Pension provision: 6% salary contribution
Possibility of an extension for a further 3 years

PKHT is a well-established, dynamic Scottish charity (SC003139) with the aim of conserving and promoting the archaeological and architectural heritage of Perth and Kinross for the benefit of residents, visitors and future generations. We are about to embark on an exciting new chapter in our story: to move our headquarters to existing office accommodation within the A-listed Lower City Mills, Perth, and to develop a programme of conservation and training to repair and make accessible this remarkable working mill as part of the wider cultural offer of the city.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and driven historic buildings conservation professional to join our team and: Continue reading

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Diocese of Worcester: Heritage & Conservation consultancy opportunities

Specialist Consultants required for Dudley Top Church – our Grade II* new Resourcing Church:

  1. Heritage Design Team (incl. a Conservation-accredited Architect, Principal Designer, Structural Engineer, M&E Consultant and other specialist consultants as required)
  2. Quantity Surveyor
  3. Heritage Engagement Team (incl. Activity Planner, Interpretation Planner, and Interpretation Designer)

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Purcell: Senior Heritage Consultant – Cambridge/Norwich

logoCompetitive salary and comprehensive benefits package

We are looking for a dedicated, knowledgeable and capable Senior Heritage Consultant to join our heritage consultancy team. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the successful management and conservation of important heritage assets in the east of England and further afield. If you are a Senior Heritage Consultant or an experienced Heritage Consultant looking to take that next step, we are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced individual who can inspire creativity and confidence amongst clients, consultants and colleagues alike, delivering excellent advice, promoting Purcell and conservation, and developing new business opportunities. We will consider both part time and full-time applicants. Continue reading

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Lathams: Architect – Conservation/Creative re-use

Salary negotiable
Permanent
Location: Derby/Nottingham

Are you an architect with a passion and expertise in conservation and creative re-use? We are currently looking for a registered architect with a minimum of 5 years’ experience within this sector. By joining our talented and multi-disciplinary team you will have the opportunity to work on an interesting and varied range of heritage projects, both here in the East Midlands region and further afield.

IHBC, AABC or SCA preferred, but not essential. Continue reading

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