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To help employers and practitioners, the IHBC regularly updates NewsBlog readers on the career opportunities on our ‘IHBC Jobs etc.’ service, which this round features diverse roles across charity (casework, maintenance and admin), public (regeneration) and private sectors (architect), so sign up for free alerts and ‘stay ahead’ with the IHBC’s ‘Jobs etc.’ service!

… The IHBC Jobs etc.’ service reaches a uniquely diverse heritage network…

IHBC Director Sean O’Reilly said: ‘Our headline ‘heads up’ for this round of our ‘Jobs etc’ career service includes a strong and diverse showing from the charity sector: SPAB’s, for Casework; Port Sunlight Village Trust, for a ‘Conservation and Maintenance Manager’, and administration at The Spitalfields Historic Buildings Trust.’

‘Inevitably such Jobs etcposts reflect the exceptionally wide spectrum of roles encompassed in the skills sets represented in the IHBC Areas of Competence (AOCs) .  Such practice areas are detailed in our MATE application support sessions and guidance, and in the model we use to assess interdisciplinary competence in line with international conservation practice standards’, our Conservation Cycle.’

‘Capturing this same broad diversity of career routes and practices, this round we also have posts from the private sector – such as Countryside Consultants’ call for an Architect – as well as a strong list of public sector roles.  These last include Conservation Officers at Bath & NE Somerset as well as High Peak & Staffordshire Moorlands; Leicester (Building CO); Newport (Historic Building CO); Sheffield (Conservation and Design).’

Aligning less with the more regulatory, publicly-focussed roles of Conservation Officers – where our Evaluation and Management Areas of Competence are the focus – we also have posts leaning more towards the Intervention AOC, including for project officers at Knowsley (HAZ); and at Newark and Sherwood, as well as East Lothian’s senior post in Regeneration.

…East Lothian’s ‘regeneration’ post…reminder of how this county can again lead on tying together conservation and regeneration practice and skills…

Advertising East Lothian’s ‘regeneration’ post with the IHBC is an appropriate reminder of how this county can again lead on tying together conservation and regeneration practice and skills, as it did more than 50 years past with the appointment of Scotland’s first ‘conservation officer’, Frank Tindall!

On the other hand, the call from Buckinghamshire for a Heritage Officer suggests a role that may well look more to the Evaluation AOC.

Complementary roles in the private sector remain diverse but, but in posts around holidays, are understandably more scarce, They include two at ICENI (Senior Consultant and Director/Associate – Built Heritage and Townscape) and one at Lichfields’ Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment (TVIA) – Consultant/Senior Consultant post.

Taken together, our most recent posts clearly demonstrate the strong and extensive fundamentals to offer long-term prospects to those planning careers in the sector.

In summary, recent posts include those below (all with different application dates, some closed and with external links inactive).

The IHBC Jobs etc.’ service reaches a uniquely diverse heritage network of practitioners and advisers from different specialist backgrounds, including architects, planners, engineers, archaeologists, historians, builders, contractors, academics and many more!

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  • Special reductions for posts specifying skills in conservation (10%) and heritage (5%)
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  • Free cross-promotion in IHBC’s HESPR ‘Weekly News and tender Alert’, where relevant
  • IHBC Jobs etc.posts feature regularly on the ever popular IHBC NewsBlogs
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  • 2000 specialist and personal contact network (IHBC members and non-members) by individual email
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