Stirling City Heritage Trust: Projects Officer

£28,000 – £30,000
37 hrs pw, fixed term contract to 31st March 2021
Stirling based
Secondments may be considered

Stirling City Heritage Trust (SCHT) is a Scottish charity and company limited by guarantee funded by Historic Environment Scotland and Stirling Council.  Established in 2004, the Trust is a vehicle for delivery of investment in Stirling’s heritage with a primary focus on the historic built environment of the city.  Currently the Trust’s core activity is delivery of the Traditional Buildings Health Check (TBHC), a not-for profit service, unique in Scotland, which aims to support and encourage proactive repair and preventative maintenance of traditional buildings.

The Trust is seeking an enthusiastic conservation or building professional to work as Projects Officer supporting both the Trust Manager and SCHT team.  The Projects Officer has a key role in delivery of the Trust’s traditional building repair grants and outreach projects including traditional skills training and heritage education.

As Projects Officer you would:

  • Deliver the Trust’s grant initiative for external fabric repair for TBHC member properties.
  • Support the Trust Manager in monitoring, evaluation and strategic direction of the Trust’s grants and projects.
  • Assess grant applications, form recommendations, and manage an ongoing caseload of repair grants, including site visits and meetings with owners, building professionals and contractors.
  • Deliver the Trust’s programme of outreach work including traditional skills demonstration days for local secondary schools, and contractor training events.
  • Work with local stakeholders and national agencies to stimulate understanding, enjoyment and appreciation of Stirling’s historic environment.  This may include Trust-led initiatives, or support of other projects. Activities may include organising workshops, exhibitions and publications.

To meet this role the Trust is seeking an individual with:

  • A degree or postgraduate qualification in a relevant subject such as architecture, building conservation, planning, or building surveying.
  • Alternatively you may have equivalent relevant work experience in the building conservation or heritage sectors.
  • A proven track record in project delivery of conservation grant schemes and ideally experience of delivering outreach projects.
  • Sound financial management experience and strong numerical skills.
  • Excellent communication skills with ability to connect with a broad range of people including the public, building professionals and contractors.
  • Be a team player, and also able to work effectively alone with minimum supervision.

For further information and an application pack please APPLY ONLINE

Please note we do not accept CV’s as a form of application.

Closing Date:  Monday 18th November 2019      

           

Stirling City Heritage Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee
Registered in Scotland No: 277033; Charity No. SC037888

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