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Work with Us: Current Vacancies
The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) is expanding its team of Support Officers. We are recruiting freelance part-time contractors in North East England and Northern Ireland and also an employed full-time post in Wales, all to start in April 2017.
Home-based, our Support Officers assist local communities who are seeking to rescue and re-utilise a historic building which they value. The AHF places particular emphasis on targeting help towards supporting community enterprises that wish to set up and/or grow their businesses in historic buildings, particularly those that are at risk and/or transferred from public ownership. Working as part of the Operations Team, each Support Officer will take a proactive approach to tackling heritage at risk by actively seeking out new projects and new types of beneficiaries of AHF support, in collaboration with the Heritage Lottery Fund and other partners.
For each role, experience of working in the heritage sector is not essential, although enthusiasm for the benefits of re-using historic buildings would be an advantage.
For the North East England role we are seeking a Support Officer with additional specialist skills in Communications, Public Relations & Marketing.
Detailed briefs for each post can be downloaded here:
Deadlines, interview dates and venues are as follows:
- Northern Ireland: deadline 15th March 2017.
Interviews 24th March at the Heritage Lottery Fund office, 51-53 Adelaide Street, Belfast, BT2 8FE.
- Wales: deadline 15th March 2017.
Interviews 23rd March at the Heritage Lottery Fund office, James William House, 9 Museum Place, Cardiff, CF10 3BD.
- North East England: deadline 26th March 2017.
Interviews 3rd April at the office of Tyne & Wear Building Preservation Trust, Alderman Fenwick’s House, 98-100 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6SQ.
Please email your CV and details of how you could meet the brief or job description, indicating which role you are interested in, by midnight on the deadline date, to Gavin Richards.
The Northern Ireland post is supported by new funding from the Department for Communities’ Historic Environment Fund and the Pilgrim Trust.
The Wales post is supported by funding from the Garfield Weston Foundation and the Pilgrim Trust.