Local Heritage Coordinator (3 year contract)
£26,000 per annum, 35 hours per week
The main purpose of this role is to develop a UK-wide network of effective
local advocates for the historic environment, focusing initially on
England, that is reasonably self-supporting at a local level, but which
feeds wider issues up to the CBA for national advocacy and action as
appropriate. The postholder will work closely with community-focused CBA
colleagues to integrate with and enhance our voluntary engagement
strategy. This will be achieved through:
1. Understanding the existing heritage service resources at a broad local
level and establishing successful strategies for local engagement
2. Building connections with other groups to share intelligence and
develop a Local Heritage Engagement Network (LHEN), working with the CBA
Groups' network and organisational members where appropriate
3. Developing a 'Local Heritage Engagement Toolkit' (LHET)
4. Developing the LHEN into a representative, strong and sustainable
network, using the LHET to engage local communities in advocating for, and
protecting their heritage.
How to apply:
Full details available at http://new.archaeologyuk.org/job-vacancies.
Closing dates for
applications: midnight 28 November 2014.
All job applicants will be required to fill in an Equal Opportunities
Monitoring form, in accordance with the CBA's Equal Opportunities Policy.
For more information contact Louise Ennis CBA Head of Strategic Development
via email [log in to unmask], direct dial 01904 521238.