Following the recent approval of funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund for Water, Mills and Marshes, the Broads Authority on behalf of the Broads Landscape Partnership are seeking to recruit two project officers.
Water, Mills and Marshes will help identify, preserve and improve the incredible heritage, environmental and archaeological assets within the Broads, it will provide opportunities for people to learn about them, contribute in practical ways to their upkeep and ensure access for future generations. It will also provide countless opportunities for thousands of people to connect with the unique landscape by deepening their understanding of how it came about.
You will work closely with the Programme Manager, delivery team and project partners to help coordinate and deliver the 38 projects which make up this fantastic landscape scale scheme – everything from drainage mill restoration, archaeology and nature conservation work to event management, access improvements and community engagement.
You will have experience of successfully co-ordinating or managing community, heritage based and education projects and working effectively with a range of organisations. You will also be able to demonstrate an understanding of countryside access and interpretation issues and current natural and man-made heritage issues that are relevant to the scheme.
If you would prefer an application pack to be sent to you please contact 01603 610734.
Application forms should be emailed when completed to jobs[email protected] or sent by post to Broads Authority, Yare House, 62-64 Thorpe Road, Norwich, NR1 1RY, to arrive not later than (noon) 12pm Monday 06 November 2017 .
Interviews will be held in Norwich on Monday 13 November 2017.
If you would like to discuss this post prior to submitting an application please contact Will Burchnall, on 01603 756003, or Human Resources, on 01603 610734.
Please note we require a completed application form and will not accept stand alone CVs.
Applicants requiring acknowledgement of their postal application must enclose a stamped addressed envelope.