Thanks to a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, The Hadrian's Wall Partnership are looking for a creative, enthusiastic and motivated person to really make a difference to the future of one of the UKs most well-known World Heritage Sites. Hosted by Carlisle City Council at the Civic Centre this post can also accommodate flexible working and will involve travel across the World Heritage Site, occasionally throughout the UK.
As the Development Officer you will be working with a wide range of partners across the World Heritage Site. We are looking for someone to help explore new ways of working and develop strategies for supporting the ongoing management of this national icon. Good knowledge of funding and strategy will be essential. Experience of developing and delivering projects with a comprehensive knowledge of current issues, national initiatives and programmes impacting on the cultural sector will be required.
Excellent communication skills are key to this job with the ability to work with partners from a wide range of organisations including volunteers, councillors, local authority officers and staff from numerous organisations. You will have excellent organisational and project management skills and will able to develop productive partnerships to support the World Heritage Site in developing new approaches and raising standards. This is a post for someone with vision and drive, a chance to play a central role for a timeless monument and in doing so impact positively on the world in which it operates.
This would be a great secondment opportunity for those interested in career development. This is a chance for you to face new challenges, access new experiences and opportunities adding to your career development.
For an informal discussion please contact John Scott, Management Plan Coordinator on 07725957901 or [email protected]
We also offer an excellent benefits package with flexible working, a generous pension scheme and fabulous development opportunities.
Closing date for applications is 12 noon Friday 23rd August 2019 and it is anticipated that the interviews will take place week commencing 2nd September 2019.
If you would like to apply for this post please complete an application form which can be found on the right of this page, and the job description can be found below. Please return your completed application no later than 12 noon on 23rd August 2019 to email [email protected] quoting the post ref V1890.