Resilience Project Coordinator
Salary at the annual equivalent of £30,000 p.a. with a time allocation defined by need for goal and task achievements.
Initial contract of 18 months duration from commencement of project.
Terms of employment are flexible – employed or self-employed status.
Place of employment is flexible – home or office based and could include remote/home working; or work space may be available in one of World Heritage UK’s member offices in a World Heritage Site.
This post is funded from a National Lottery Heritage Fund resilient heritage grant which will allow World Heritage UK to achieve its next ‘step up’ towards the organisation becoming more fully sustainable.
World Heritage UK is a young, modern and agile charitable organisation with a bright future and a big challenge. Following establishment in 2015 to undertake networking, advocacy and promotion on behalf of all of the UK’s World Heritage Sites, it has become widely recognised for its value and potential at both a national and local level and stands poised ready to extend its influence (see www.worldheritageuk.org).
The post is challenging but is exceptional. You will experience the icons of the UK’s cultural and natural heritage, all outstanding and unique assets. You will work with a large number of stakeholders, site managers, volunteers, politicians and legislators in creating a business development plan to transform the organisation over the next 3 to 5 years.
Your role will be to assist in the development of strategies for business development, fund-raising, marketing, communication and education by using consultant support and knowledge within the organisation.
The hours of work, terms of employment and location are flexible with a capped total of £30,000 pa remuneration fixed, but time allocation flexible as defined by the goals and tasks. The applicant should present their outline proposal with their application in terms of working hours, working methods and preferred location (home or one of the UK World Heritage sites). It is envisaged that the role will require flexible working and travel within the UK and could suit a wide range of individuals with suitable backgrounds and time available.
The successful candidate will be a self-starter, strongly motivated and with a proven track record in business development and exceptional communication skills.
An understanding of culture and heritage is desirable.
The full job description is available here: WHUK Resilience Project Coordinator job description final
Application by letter explaining suitability for the post with full CV please to the World Heritage UK Development Director email@example.com
Closing date for applications Friday 26th April 2019