This post is designed to support the successful delivery of the Heritage Angel Awards Northern Ireland 2021 programme to 30 November 2021; and leading on the successful, planning, programming and delivery of the UAH annual events programme to 31 May 2022. Main duties will be to:
- Support the delivery of Heritage Angel Awards 2021, and lead the annual UAH events programme 2022;
- Lead on general administration to support UAH activities: events, membership, publications and projects.
Applicants should possess a third level qualification in business administration/ marketing/ events management, or equivalent; and experience that can demonstrate a number of skills for the fulfilment of this role including: organisation and project planning skills, communication skills, ability to use online administrative systems and adopt new technologies, eg. use of websites for online booking, sales and administration, use zoom and other online event platforms to host online events, and experience in the use of social media in a professional capacity for communication and marketing purposes. As per job description, below.
Ulster Architectural Heritage acknowledges with thanks funding in support of this appointment from the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation.
About Ulster Architectural Heritage:
Ulster Architectural Heritage (UAH) is the lead independent voice for the promotion of built heritage, its protection, conservation and regeneration in Northern Ireland, and across the nine counties of Ulster. We work to defend Northern Ireland’s historic buildings and promote appreciation, preservation and conservation of these precious historic assets. UAH has a membership of approximately 1000, runs an annual member/public events programme, as well as larger key project supported/led events (see Angel Awards, below). UAH is a lead publisher on architectural heritage in Northern Ireland.
About Heritage Angel Awards:
The Heritage Angel Awards celebrate the achievement of individuals, groups and communities who have helped to rescue, regenerate, research and record built heritage in Northern Ireland. Ranging from large scale restoration and regeneration projects to volunteers impassioned to promote a local landmark they love, the Heritage Angel Awards are a way to formally recognise the important contribution people make to the care and conservation of historic buildings and places. Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber founded the Heritage Angel programme in 2011. Northern Ireland has been participating in the programme since 2017.
Click here to download the UAH Events and Administration Officer Job Description.
Click here to download the UAH Events and Administration Officer Application.
Deadline for application: Monday 17th May, 2021 at 5pm. Interviews to be held late May.
If you require any further information, please contact:
Chief Executive, Ulster Architectural Heritage, Old Museum Building, 7 College Square North, Belfast, BT1 6AR. T: 028 9055 0213 E: [email protected]
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