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COME AND JOIN OUR FABULOUS TEAM!  

Want to work with us and deliver exciting heritage projects in Fife?

Thanks to generous funding support from Fife Council, Historic Environment Scotland and the National Lottery Heritage Fund we are recruiting now for two new posts:

Inverkeithing CARS/TH Training & Development Officer
Project Development Officer

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Inverkeithing CARS/TH Training & Development Officer

£28,000 – full time, fixed term to 31 March 2024

This is a new full-time fixed term post, funded by Historic Environment Scotland, National Lottery Heritage Fund and Fife Council to lead the delivery of a wide-ranging activity plan for Inverkeithing Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS) and Townscape Heritage (TH). The plan sets out a wide-ranging programme of community heritage, outreach, capacity building and traditional skills activities – we need an enthusiastic and experienced colleague to make this happen and deliver long lasting benefits as part of the Inverkeithing CARS/TH.

The post is based at the FHBT office in Kinghorn, but will involve significant time in Inverkeithing and visiting sites and organisations across Fife.

Download the job description here:
Training and Dev Officer JD FINAL

Download the Inverkeithing CARS/TH activity plan here:
Inverkeithing Activity Plan

Deadline for applications – midnight on Monday 28 October 2019.
Interviews – Tuesday 26 November

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Project Development Officer

£30,000 – full time, fixed term to 31 March 2022

This is a new full-time fixed term post, funded by Historic Environment Scotland, to work with the FHBT team to develop the future pipeline of projects that will sustain FHBT’s work. It brings additional capacity to work with partners at the earliest stage to develop projects – principally to develop sustainable future uses for historic buildings at risk – to application or shovel ready stage. It also brings new thinking to continually improve FHBT’s approach to project management.

The post is based at the FHBT office in Kinghorn, but will involve significant time visiting sites and organisations across Fife.

Download the job description here:
Project Dev Officer JD FINAL

Deadline for applications – midnight on Monday 28 October 2019.
Interviews – Thursday 28 November

 

We need skilled and enthusiastic people to join our award winning team – find out more here and apply now!

Potential applicants for either post are welcome to contact Lorraine Bell, FHBT Manager for an informal discussion:
01592 890060

Thanks again to our funders: Fife Council, Historic Environment Scotland and National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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