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UAH is Recruiting! Heritage Projects Officer Required

Are you the person to help lead delivery of our 'Hands-On Heritage' project? We are pleased to re-announce a unique opportunity to join the UAH team as Heritage Projects Officer from 2022-2023. Supported by National Lottery Heritage Fund. Apply now!

Posted on: 10th August 2022

Ulster Architectural Heritage is seeking a Heritage Projects Officer for the NLHF supported Hands-On Heritage project on a fixed term contract, until August 2023. In this role, you will lead on helping people and communities to read, record, research and respond to their local built heritage. This will be through the development of a suite of traditional and technological public participation tools including short guides, and associated toolkit and a heritage recording and reporting app; You will also lead on provision of associated promotional events and outreach activity to general public and local communities across NI in the form of launch events, networking events, roadshows, workshops, competitions and exhibitions.

Ulster Architectural Heritage acknowledges with thanks support from the National Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund, (NLHF) for the Hands-On Heritage project.

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

About the Hands-On Heritage project:

The ‘Hands-On Heritage’, (HOH), project is a dedicated programme to develop a framework to help people and communities to take the lead in activities to highlight, protect, conserve and regenerate historic buildings, across Northern Ireland. From traditional to technological, the project aims to transform the way UAH works to support people and communities to engage with the historic environment in NI. Over a 3 year period, the HOH project will provide a programme that combines the reinvigoration of traditional means of heritage engagement and outreach, with the introduction of a new range of digital engagement models and technologies, to better connect people and communities with built heritage.

Click here to download the UAH Heritage Projects Officer – Hands-On Heritage Job Description.

Click here to download the UAH Heritage Projects Officer – Hands-on Heritage Job Advertisement.

Click here to download the UAH Heritage Projects Officer –  Hands-On Heritage Application.

Deadline for application: Monday 12th September at 12 noon. Interviews to be held early October.

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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