|Job Title||Volunteer Programme Administrator - EXPIRED|
|Job Published||15 Dec 2014|
Enthusiastic volunteer required with an interest in conserving historic buildings. Perhaps looking to pursue a career in project management within the heritage sector.
The Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College (ORNC) has been recently awarded a Heritage Lottery Fund grant to undertake the second phase of the conservation works in the Painted Hall. The programme of works includes conservation, capital works, and a range of public engagement activities. The programme will enable visitors to see at first-hand how the conservation is going, and to take part in a range of different activities bringing the history and stories of the Painted Hall to life. A new visitor route will form part of the work – with conservation and capital works designed to make this accessible to visitors and encourage more interaction with the site as a whole.
The Development Phase of the Programme will take place from December 2014 to September 2015 and is a crucial phase of the work, enabling the organisation to refine thinking, draw up comprehensive plans and prepare for the submission of the 2nd round HLF application and if successful the subsequent delivery of the work.
The purpose of this role is to support the Programme Manager in the effective administration of the Phase 2 Painted Hall Project at the ORNC, working closely with staff involved, consultants and contractors.
Approximately 2 days per week for a minimum of 8 months. Tuesdays and Wednesdays would be preferable.
Volunteer will have the opportunity to:
Training and support:
Travel costs of up to £10 per day will be reimbursed based on return tickets/Oyster card receipts. £3 towards lunch for a 5 hour shift or more.
If you are interested in volunteering with us please fill in the application form that you will find on our website, along with further information.