TWHF Advert for Project Management Contractor
|Posted on Apr 06 2016|
Tyne & Wear Heritage Forum, a voluntary organisation made up of key local heritage groups is looking to engage a contractor or self-employed individual to help design and operate HeritageACT! This is an exciting new initiative to encourage local communities to work towards the preservation of significant local heritage features in their area. The role of TWHF is to act as a catalyst to encourage HeritageACT! projects and also, as a facilitator, to provide the expert advice in such areas as finance; dealing with legal issues and successful engaging the whole community in a heritage project. The project management contractor will carry out this work, supporting and advising community groups as they embark on heritage projects. The successful contractor will have the necessary experience and be able to demonstrate a committed, enthusiastic and imaginative approach to community heritage conservation work.
The engagement will last initially for one year from May 2016 to May 2017. If you are interested in submitting a tender, a project brief is available from Tyne & Wear Heritage Forum, c/o Claire Westgate, Echo Events and Management Association, 14 Blandford Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4HZ; (firstname.lastname@example.org) Completed tenders should be sent to this address and should be received by 11.00 a.m. on Tuesday 26 April. Interviews will be held on Friday 29 April in Newcastle.
HeritageACT! is funded by Historic England.
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