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English Heritage is looking for new Commissioners

Posted May 30th, 2011 by Birmingham Conservation Trust with No Comments

This may interest some of you….

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is seeking to appoint individuals with expertise in the following areas, as Commissioners of English Heritage: architectural history, architecture, property development, estate management and two public interest representatives.

The Commission is the governing body of English Heritage and comprises the Chair and up to 16 Commissioners, who are appointed by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. Commissioners provide expert advice and guidance on heritage matters and have corporate responsibility for establishing the overall strategic direction of the organisation, and for monitoring its performance against strategic objectives and targets.

For these posts, applications are invited from people with an understanding of English Heritage’s work and of the wider environment in which English Heritage operates, and a commitment to its aims and objectives, supported by an ability to think strategically and exercise sound judgment.  Pay is up to £7,600.00 per year.

The deadline for applications is 6 June, and interviews will take place on 4 and 6 July. Application forms and the full role specification can be found here.

Originally found through the  Heritage Alliance e-mail newsletter

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