New Vacancy - Administrative Support Officer - Heritage Regeneration
Administrative Support Officer – Heritage Regeneration
Scale 6, Part-time 0.5FTE
£24,744 - £26,277 pro rata
2 years fixed term
Based at 639 High Road, Tottenham; Bruce Castle Museum and River Park House, Wood Green
Job Ref: HWK/5633
About the role
We are seeking an effective administrator to support Haringey’s £2.3 million Heritage Lottery funded Townscape Heritage Initiative. This will repair and restore 28 historic buildings as part of the wider regeneration of Tottenham. You will undertake office duties and be involved in running heritage events locally.
The aim is to provide an attractive retail destination at the northern gateway to Tottenham and involve businesses and the wider community in caring for the area. You will liaise with businesses and support traders through the design and construction stages of the project. Encouraging a positive approach to the historic environment will help sustain the conservation improvements.
Training in conservation and construction will be available for local colleges and heritage champions, alongside resident involvement via Bruce Castle Museum. You will help with a programme of community engagement activities in partnership with individuals and service providers.
You will be an administrator with a good standard of written communication. You will have enthusiasm for and experience of working with the public and the ability to liaise with a range of stakeholders to promote the historic environment of the area.
You don’t need to be an expert in heritage, but to demonstrate an interest and commit to learning more.
Haringey Council offers flexible working, reduced entry to gyms and leisure centres, a Simply Health cash back and dental plan, interest free season ticket and bicycle loans, and childcare vouchers.
How to apply
Please go to http://jobs.haringey.gov.uk/Jobs.aspx to complete your application online. You can access the internet for free at all of Haringey’s libraries.
Closing date: 23 March 2016, midnight
Interview date: 5 April 2016