Job: Conservation Adviser, London

Job vacancy: Conservation Adviser

The Victorian Society in London has a vacancy for a Conservation Adviser. 3 days per week, based in London. Salary band £21,500 to £23,500 + pension pro rata

Our conservation advisers are at the forefront of our efforts to ensure that changes to Victorian and Edwardian buildings respect their historic and architectural interest.  You’ll need a degree or equivalent, knowledge of and enthusiasm for 19th century architecture and excellent written and oral communication skills. Travel throughout England and Wales is involved. Three year contract subject to performance and funding.

To apply, first of all you’ll need to read the job description and selection criteria, downloadable here http://www.victoriansociety.org.uk/news/job-vacancy-conservation-adviser/

Then, if you think the job is for you, you’ll need to send us your CV and a covering letter that addresses the selection criteria.

Applications should be sent by email to admin@victoriansociety.org.uk by 9:30am on Wednesday 20 August 2014.
If you have any problems email admin@victoriansociety.org.uk or telephone Richard Seedhouse on 020 8747 5890.
Closing date: Wednesday 20 August 2014, 9:30am. Interviews on 1 October.

Source: http://www.victoriansociety.org.uk/news/job-vacancy-conservation-adviser/

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