This post is designed to develop opportunities created by a partnership agreement between the Ulster Architectural Heritage (UAH) and the Department for Communities, Historic Environment Division (HED). The post holder will lead the Heritage At Risk Northern Ireland (HARNI) project with key objectives:
- To identify and record listed buildings and scheduled monuments which appear to be threatened;
- To act as a catalyst for the restoration and creative re-use of those buildings.
Applicants should possess at minimum an honours degree in architecture, planning, or building surveying or associated discipline. Together with a minimum of 2 years’ experience of working in the built heritage sector or 2 years’ experience working with built heritage in the architecture, planning or building surveying fields.
A knowledge of Ulster’s architectural heritage, together with a familiarity with legislation, policy and practice relating to historic monuments, buildings and conservation areas. Experience of surveying built heritage will be essential. Applicants should have excellent oral and written communication skills and must possess a high level of competence in IT applications and be able to work on their own initiative. Please refer to the full job description for more information, prior to completing the application.
Ulster Architectural Heritage acknowledges with thanks funding and partnership from the Department for Communities, Historic Environment Division in support of this appointment.
Download the full job description and application form from communityni.org below.
Deadline for receipt of applications is: 5.00pm on Friday 9 July 2021