Fife Historic Buildings Trust currently have two opportunities.
Come and join our fabulous team!
Do you have a passion for finding new uses for historic buildings? Want to work with us and deliver exciting historic environment projects in Fife?
Thanks to generous funding support from Historic Environment Scotland we are recruiting now for a Project Officer – find out more here and apply now!
£28,000 – 30,000 – full time, fixed term to 31 March 2024
Thank you for taking an interest in this vacancy with Fife Historic Buildings Trust. We are a Building Preservation Trust whose mission is to create viable futures for heritage buildings and their communities, by inspiring and enabling visionary conservation projects across Fife.
This is a new full-time fixed term post, funded by Historic Environment Scotland, to work with the FHBT team to develop new historic environment regeneration projects in Fife, principally the restoration and re-use of historic buildings at risk. Due to our current funding arrangements, the post is fixed until end March 2024, but there may be the option to extend the post if funding is available.
Based at the Town Hall in the charming Fife coastal village of Kinghorn, we are close to public transport links including a mainline railway station and parking. All staff are currently homeworking due to the coronavirus pandemic and continued flexibility is anticipated.
This is a tremendous opportunity for the right person who wants to work as part of a small, dynamic team who are passionate about Fife’s heritage. We look forward to receiving your application.
Download the job description, including details of how to apply, click on the link: Project Officer Vacancy Information
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Deadline for applications – 5pm on Monday 18 October 2021
Thanks again to our funder:
Opportunities to Tender
Evaluation of the social, environmental and economic benefits of the historic environment in Fife & and Historic Environment Strategy for Fife – Submissions to be in for Friday 8th October 2021 by 5pm. For full information, click on the link below.