Conservation Project Manager Job with UNIVERSITY OF LINCOLN

School of History & Heritage

Location: lincoln

Salary: From £34,304 per year
This position is full-time and permanent at the rate of 37 hours per week.

Closing Date: Sunday, March 20, 2022

Date of interview: Monday 04 April 2022

Reference: COA406

Lincoln Conservation is a conservation business practice providing consultancy services and contracts for clients across Britain and Ireland. He specializes in architectural painting research, the conservation of fine art, artifacts and decorative interiors, and the use of digital methods to record and restore historic objects and buildings.

We are looking to appoint a Conservation Project Manager to oversee new commercial contracts with a particular focus on supervising on-site work and delivering projects within budget. As a Project Manager, you will work with the team to develop, manage and deliver new contract projects, and to do this you will have an extensive contact list and the ability to cultivate new clients and contract opportunities.

With your experience in preparing tender and quote submissions, estimating and pricing, budgeting, project planning, preparing risk assessments and method statements, and managing of conservation projects, you will excel in this role and have a real impact on conservation at the University.

Lincoln Conservation recently achieved Silver Constructionline accreditation, and it is expected that the incumbent will meet the required standards and review them annually. ICON accreditation is a benefit but not essential.

This role is based at the University of Lincoln, but you will have the opportunity to travel widely across the UK as required.

In return, we will provide the successful candidate with a comprehensive benefits package including 30 days of annual leave (with additional university and statutory holidays), a generous pension plan, local and national discounts, green travel initiatives and a variety of professionals. development opportunities.

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