|Voluntary role, but reasonable expenses will be paid
Location: Highgate, North London
Founded in 1975, the Friends of Highgate Cemetery Trust is the registered charity that operates and cares for Highgate Cemetery, London’s most famous Victorian burial ground, for the public benefit. The site is both a visitor attraction and an operational cemetery, but shortage of space means that creative solutions will be required to preserve its fabric and significance. With around 90,000 visitors a year and over 200 volunteers, the Trust is in a strong position to move forward. It is hard at work on a conservation plan, the foundation of the strategy which will guide this outstanding Victorian cemetery through the twenty-first century. This is an exciting time to be involved.
We are particularly interested in candidates who have skills and experience in finance and/or estate management, although those with other relevant skills are also encouraged to apply. Please see the role descriptions on our website.
Closing date for applications Friday 23 February 2018
- Dates: 25 Jan – 15 Mar, 2018
- Location: United Kingdom
- Website: https://www.sahgb.org.uk/architectural-history.htmlv
The editorial team seeks a new book review editor. You will work closely with the lead editor, the deputy editor, and five other team members in the production of the journal, which is issued once each year. The position involves: commissioning reviews (roughly 10 per volume, 750-1000 words each), reviewing submissions, liaising with authors, editing manuscripts for style and content, and traveling to editorial meetings (2-3 per year). Experience in academic writing and editing is essential.
The role represents an exciting opportunity to help contribute to the future success of the journal. Like all roles in the SAHGB, it is voluntary. Please submit a statement of interest, along with a CV to email@example.com by March 15, 2018.
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
The ICOMOS-UK Wood Committee is looking for a Historic England, Historic Environment Scotland or CADW ancient monuments and/ or historic buildings inspector to join them on the Committee.
Please respond by sending the Committee an email via the following web page at http://www.icomos-uk.org/committees/wood-committee/.
The Ecclesiastical Insurance Bursary is available to enable heritage professionals to study on the MSc Sustainable Heritage. Up to £20,000 (to cover the cost of fees and a stipend) is available for Home applicants (as defined by UCL General Regulations) who have the offer of a place for either full-time or part-time/flexible study on this course and who intend to accept or have already firmly accepted an offer.
How to Apply
Applicants should complete the Ecclesiastical Insurance Bursary Application form and return it to the Course Director via email at email@example.com.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Monday 18th June 2018. Please note that this form is for the Ecclesiastical Insurance Bursary only. Applicants must also complete the Application Form for Admission as a Graduate Student separately to this form.
Further information can be found at: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/heritage/programmes/msc-sustainable-heritage/scholarships-and-funding