This will involve meeting and negotiating potential schemes with property owners and guiding them through the application process. It will involve monitoring progress of the scheme in liaison with scheme partners and providing financial budgetary control to ensure that the proposed outcomes of the scheme are fully met.
Educated to degree standard the successful candidate will be motivated and able to work on their own, as part of a small team and with a number of internal and external partners.
The role will require an honest, trustworthy person with strong written and verbal communication skills.
Strong project management experience, preferably in a relevant heritage–related field, and good IT and financial skills are essential.
There will be a need to work to tight deadlines and for a proactive approach to resolving problems.