VACANCY: Project Manager

The Chamberlain Highbury Trust requires a Project Manager to develop their Heritage Lottery Fund bid

Birmingham Conservation Trust, in their role as consultants for the newly formed Chamberlain Highbury Trust, are looking to appoint an experienced Project Manager on a part-time freelance contract to develop its plans for the Highbury Estate in Birmingham for submission to the HLF for a Heritage Grant (up to £5million) and to see those plans through to completion by the end of 2019.

Highbury (Grade II*) was the home of Joseph Chamberlain and together with its grounds (Grade II) comprises one of Birmingham’s most important heritage assets. The Project Manager will work with the trustees to develop their vision for Highbury, commencing with a Stage 1 bid to the HLF and, if successful, a Stage 2 bid, with the option of extending the contract through to implementation.  Applications may be made by self-employed professionals or named individuals within professional practices.  The indicative value of the contract up to completion of the Stage 2 bid is £50,000.

Closing date for applications: 25 July 2016.  Opportunity for site visit and to meet with trustees: Thursday 14 July.  Interviews: Friday 29 July.

For a full job description and briefing pack, please contact Simon Buteux

Tel: 0121 233 4785 / 07973

Please download the supporting documents to aid your application:

CHT Project Manager Advert

CHT Project Manager Job Description

Appendix B1 Report of Stakeholder Meeting 1

Appendix B2 Report of Stakeholder Meeting 2

Appendix C Indicative Programme

Appendix D Draft Organisation Chart


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