Part Time – 2-3 days per week plus holiday cover.
Location: Home Working
£26,000 pro rata-£15,600 per annum 3 days per week
Hours: 9-6pm with lunchbreak
This exciting part time role would be supporting professional consultants within Heritage Collective UK Ltd and its subsidiaries with project administration.
They provide independent, expert advice on the historic environment. The company prides itself on the quality of its advice and is involved in a wide variety of projects nationwide, particularly in London and the Home Counties. Clients include private owners, developers, housebuilders and local authorities. The breadth of project work takes in the full range of heritage assets, both designated and non-designated and in rural and urban contexts. Projects range from small-scale alterations to urban extensions and Environmental Impact Assessments.
This is an exciting administrative role for a dynamic individual, used to working in a fast-paced organisation but wanting a part time role.
You will be job-sharing with another Project Administrator, and they will be working 3 days per week. You will cover their holiday, meaning that occasionally you will work and be paid for extra days beyond the standard 3 days per week.
As a home working organisation, they embrace remote-working technology to stay connected.
The Project Administrator role will be home working, with occasional visits to London Offices.
· You will have professional work experience of 1 year or more in an Administration or Project Management role, supporting a team of professionals;
· have experience of multi-tasking, prioritising workload, the ability to take briefs and communicate effectively excellent verbal communication is essential, as is a good writing style;
· You will be IT proficient. Experienced in MS Office, cloud computing and used to data entry in databases.
· You will need to be flexible to job share with another Project Administrator
You will have a qualification in Building Conservation, History, Architecture, Archaeology or Planning;
an understanding of the planning, development and conservation sector.