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Chilterns Hillforts Project Manager

  Chilterns Conservation Board in Chinnor, Oxfordshire
   £30,000 pa
  Apply before: 26/01/2018
Responsibility Level:  Trainee   L 2  L 3  L 3/4  L 4  L 4/5  L 5  L 5/6  L 6  L 7
  
Telephone:
  01844 355508
Enquiries Email :
  aweiss@chilternsaonb.org
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The Chilterns Conservation Board is now recruiting for a full-time Project Manager and a part-time Landscape Heritage Officer to deliver an exciting 3.5 year Heritage Lottery Funded project. The project will help discover and conserve the region’s dense concentration of ancient hillforts and pre-historic chalk landscapes. 

The Project Manager will lead the delivery of our 3.5 year Heritage Lottery Fund Beacons of the Past Project. This is a rare and exciting opportunity to discover and conserve the region’s dense concentration of ancient hillforts and prehistoric chalk landscapes. The project will involve surveying and researching the 22 hillforts and fostering community and public involvement.
You will need a successful track record of managing large, complex projects in the archaeological or environmental heritage sector and must have significant experience of partnership working with a wide variety of stakeholders including landowners and managers, local communities, local authorities, statutory organisations and NGOs. The role will require strong relationship development and fundraising skills and a proven ability to complete tasks on budget and on time. The post holder will be responsible for line managing a part-time Landscape Heritage Officer.
If you have a love of archaeology and historic landscapes and are keen to help get the public more involved in discovering and caring for these special places this is an excellent opportunity.

We need a Project Manager to lead the delivery of our 3.5 year Heritage Lottery Fund Beacons of the Past Project. This is a rare and exciting opportunity to discover and conserve the region’s dense concentration of ancient hillforts and prehistoric chalk landscapes. The project will involve surveying and researching the 22 hillforts and fostering community and public involvement.

You will need a successful track record of managing large, complex projects in the archaeological or environmental heritage sector and must have significant experience of partnership working with a wide variety of stakeholders including landowners and managers, local communities, local authorities, statutory organisations and NGOs. The role will require strong relationship development and fundraising skills and a proven ability to complete tasks on budget and on time. The post holder will be responsible for line managing a part-time Landscape Heritage Officer.

If you have a love of archaeology and historic landscapes and are keen to help get the public more involved in discovering and caring for these special places this is an excellent opportunity.

Further details of the Project Manager post and the Landscape Heritage Officer post are on our website http://chilternsaonb.org/conservation-board/vacancies.html

 

 

 

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