Edinburgh World Heritage is looking to appoint a Conservation Projects Officer.

Edinburgh World Heritage is looking to appoint a Conservation Projects Officer to play a key role in the conservation of our remarkable historic city. Our Conservation Funding Programme, funded by Historic Environment Scotland, helps to retain the authenticity and integrity of the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh World Heritage Site. We offer grants to help improve the condition of buildings or public spaces whilst also supporting traditional skills, empowering communities and improving people’s sense of ownership for the historic environment. The purpose of the role is to support the delivery of a diverse range of conservation projects.

Closing date Monday 31st May 2021 at 5pm.

Edinburgh World Heritage Conservation Projects Officer

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Doors Open Days is looking for an enthusiastic volunteer or group of volunteers.

Doors Open Days is looking for an enthusiastic volunteer or group of volunteers to help coordinate Doors Open Days in Shetland. This is a great opportunity to help people in your local area freely access heritage sites and events, network with professionals across Scotland’s heritage sectors, and develop skills in project management, communication and website management. You will be supported by a friendly national network of Doors Open Days coordinators.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis.

Volunteer opportunity – Shetland Doors Open Days coordinator

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The Heritage Trust Network is recruiting a Development Officer.

The Heritage Trust Network is recruiting for a new part-time post of Development Officer based in Northern Ireland. The Network has a varied range of members in Northern Ireland including major building preservation trusts in the cities, towns and villages and community and arts organisations.

The deadline for applications is Monday 24th May.

Development Officer for Northern Ireland

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greenspace scotland is looking to recruit a Programme Manager, Project Officer and freelance associates.

greenspace scotland is looking to recruit an experienced and creative Programme Manager, Project Officer and freelance associates to lead the development and delivery of this important national initiative working with artists, cultural organisations and communities to commemorate and reflect on Scotland’s experiences during the pandemic.
Closing date for applications for both posts: 3pm on Wednesday 19 May 2021.

Creative Programme Manager, Creative Project Officer and freelance associates

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