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UAH is Recruiting- Heritage Project Assistant(s) Required!

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 9 counties of Ulster. We work to defend Northern Ireland’s historic buildings and promote appreciation, preservation and conservation of these precious historic assets.

Posted on: 17th October 2019

The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society is seeking Heritage Projects Assistant(s). In this role you will assist in the delivery of interesting projects, programmes of events and activities. Working as part of a team of UAHS Officers and Administrative staff, you will help ensure a high quality of project delivery for events, survey, audits and baseline reports. You will work with the project team to develop new and innovative ways in which to engage our audience, of all ages, with the promotion, protection and regeneration of our historic built environment. You may also help to deliver outreach programmes at locations throughout Northern Ireland and the nine counties of Ulster.

Hours will be agreed in advance between the Heritage Projects Assistant and UAH, according to your available skill set and suitability to project aims. You must be available weekdays and be located within reasonable travel distance of the UAH Offices. Evening and weekend work may be required.

An Access NI, Enhanced Disclosure, and barring check may be required for this role. It would be beneficial if you already have a valid check, although this is not essential.

Fixed Term, Flexible Hours, (0 hour contract) as per requirements of the UAH and advance agreement of hours, £10/hour.

 

Click here to download the UAH Heritage Project Assistant Job Description.

Click here to download the UAH Heritage Project Assistant Application.

Deadline for application: Friday 8th November at 5pm.

 

If you require any further information, please contact:

Chief Executive, Ulster Architectural Heritage, Old Museum Building, 7 College Square North, Belfast.

T: 028 9055 0213

E: [email protected]

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