Position closes on 12th March 2021

As part of your role as the Heritage and Assurance Manager, you will initiate renovation and conservation work on the heritage buildings and art collections. You will also produce and develop heritage policies in relation to our buildings, archives, library, and fine art collections. 

You must be an excellent communicator and be able to build relationships and provide specialist technical advice to the public, contractors, and other persons and bodies as appropriate, in connection with heritage issues. You must be capable of independent working and managing a large and varied workload with minimal supervision.  However, there will be occasions when you will liaise with other departments to develop ways to present the Royal Hospital Chelsea and its collections to both internal and external audiences.

The Royal Hospital Chelsea is a unique community with a military-based culture and this role may require you to participate in our ceremonial events.  Therefore, the successful candidate must have served in the armed forces.

This role also includes Duty Officer responsibilities allocated on a rota basis. On-site accommodation is available for which there will be a monthly rent deduction.  Accommodation will be allocated based on the needs of the successful candidate.

This is a permanent full time role working 41 hours per week and the salary is in the region of £45,000.  Other benefits include a Civil Service pension scheme, on-site gym and cafe. 

As this position requires the applicant to have regular contact with adults with care and support needs, the successful applicant will be required to complete an enhanced disclosure which will be processed by the Disclosure & Barring Service..

The ethos of the Royal Hospital is one that puts a premium on selflessness and companionship.  Our values of nurturing belonging, respect individuals, encourage pride and enjoy life underpin that ethos. They apply equally to all members of our community.

Diversity and equality of opportunity matter at the Royal Hospital Chelsea. We want to attract the broadest range of talented people to be part of our team – the more diverse our workforce, the better able we are to respond to and reflect the breadth of our community.

 

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