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Posted: Tuesday, November 5th 2019
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Job Title:     Heritage Manager
Organisation:     The Brunel Museum
Salary:     £36,000 - 40,000 p.a.
Type:     Full-Time Position
 Contract: 19 months
Location:     London, England
Closing Date:     Sunday, November 17th, 2019
Job Ref No:    
Job Description:
The Brunel Museum in Rotherhithe is appointing a Heritage Manager to manage and administer the Development Phase of the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) funded ‘Brunel Museum Reinvented’ project (January 2020 – June 2021). A key aspect of the role will be ensuring a joined up and fully integrated approach between the capital and activity elements of the project.

The successful candidate will provide inspired leadership for this exciting project, reporting to the Museum Director and the Museum’s Board of Trustees, to ensure that this phase of the project is fully delivered to time and budget. They will have proven experience of leading on multi-faceted heritage projects, and will act as the key point of contact for the NLHF, ensuring adherence to all NLHF frameworks and requirements, and ensuring that all documentation is managed accordingly.

The role will involve working closely with internal museum staff and volunteers as well as the externally appointed Design Team, QS, Exhibition/Interpretation Designer, the Activity Planner and the Business Planner. The successful candidate will maintain a close overview of the project plan, the programme, the risk register and the budget, as well as planning issues, acting as a point of contact, organising, attending and participating in project and stakeholder meetings; and compiling the information required for the NLHF Development Phase final report and Round 2 funding application.
Required Skills:
• Good project management experience, with experience of medium-sized (over £2m) capital projects, NLHF projects.
• Proven experience of working with listed buildings and museum projects and if possible some knowledge of the engineering sector.
• A good knowledge of budget management, monitoring and reporting
• Experience of working with architects, exhibition designers, construction contractors, and consultants
• Experience of managing and working with multidisciplinary stakeholders and teams
• Experience and understanding of community engagement, evaluation and partnership working
• Experience of managing change within a small organisation
• Excellent planning skills and a flexible approach to work, with the ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks, including tasks undertaken by others, whilst ensuring deadlines are met
• A great team-worker, with a confident, diplomatic approach, able to negotiate and build effective relationships with a wide range of stakeholders and team members at all levels, and find appropriate solutions to conflicting priorities
• Excellent attention to detail, with good logical, analytical and problem-solving skills
• A concise and effective communicator, with excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to work independently, and to manage multi-disciplinary teams to achieve common goals
Application Instructions:
To download the full job description, and for details of how to apply, please follow the link below:
Contact Name:     Mrs Jane Stancliffe
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Address:     The Brunel Museum, Rotherhithe, London, .  
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