The National Trust’s Specialist Advice Network is looking for new members to join the Historic Environment Advisory Group, to share their unique expertise and act as critical friends. The Historic Environment Group is one of four voluntary Advisory Groups in the Trust which together cover the areas where external volunteer advice is greatly valued.
We are looking for four new members whose expertise and interests cover one or more of the following areas:
- Archaeology particularly practitioners with strong connections to other national or international partner organisations in the heritage field.
- Major Infrastructure with a deep understanding of how major infrastructure proposals are evaluated and approved, their engineering and potential impact on (and mitigation of) the historic and special natural environments.
- Landscapes with particular skills in understanding cultural landscapes at a macro scale and experience of evaluating the impacts of large-scale proposals affecting landscapes.
- Vernacular Buildings with skills and experience of evaluating proposals for the adaptation of vernacular buildings and the ability to consider potential impact on both the significance of the building and its setting.
To apply: Email a CV and covering letter to Isabel Gilbert, Advisory Groups Coordinator: Isabel.firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 16/02/2018
Interviews: 21/02/2018, 27/02/2018