An exciting opportunity has arisen for an apprentice to join our team and gain hands on experience in the built heritage sector whilst also learning vital project management skills.

This is a fixed term 20-month placement funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and would suit someone who has a keen interest in heritage, wishes to obtain a wide range of skills and work experience, and is keen to gain a formal qualification in project management.

The post holder will provide day to day support to the Townscape Heritage Manager and help achieve the Rediscovering the Underbanks project objectives.

At the outset a Personal Development Plan will be agreed that will set learning outcomes for the apprentice. This will include heritage, project management and individual development goals, as well as matching work areas to the apprenticeship course.

The post holder will be expected to work across a wide range of areas, providing generic project support but also leading on some elements, for example the Activity Plan, where appropriate. The post holder will gain practical ‘on the job’ work experience of the regeneration of a unique historic area whilst studying for a Level 4 Project Management Apprenticeship.

The role will be based within the wider Development and Regeneration Team but there will be opportunities to work with local heritage groups and other delivery partners.

Visit Vacancy ( for more information and to apply for the role.

The closing date for applications is 5th November 2021 with interviews taking place mid-November.

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