Salary for heritage officer

Average salary


3100 £

Basic salary 2500 £
Maximum Wage 4200 £
2500 £
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3350 £
Average
4200 £
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The average salary for the heritage officer position is 3100 £

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POSITIVE EMPLOYMENT CONSULTANCY 4160 £
2500 £ 4200 £
NOVAX RECRUITMENT 3040 £
2500 £ 4200 £
HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT SCOTLAND ENTERPRISES 2544 £
2500 £ 4200 £
HISTORIC ENGLAND 2512 £
2500 £ 4200 £

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Requirements


  • educated to degree level or equivalent level of work experience at the level relevant to the field
  • experience of working in an arts/culture//heritage environment
  • experience of event management
  • basic DBS Check
  • enhanced DBS Certificate
  • 3 Years work references
  • experience of planning and delivering participatory arts, cultural and heritage programmes and projects in a local/central government or experience and knowledge of working with community arts or heritage organisations
  • experience working in a similar position with events/tourism/culture
  • experience working with key stakeholders on a variety of different issues

Responsibility


  • provide logistical systems and technical support to review, evolve and implement the council’s annual events programme
  • ensure relevant legislation, regulations and policies are complied with
  • work collaboratively with colleagues and external stakeholders to achieve the service plans and corporate priorities
  • contribute with activities on the service vision of improving resident engagement and participation in arts, cultural and heritage programmes
  • working with colleagues to ensure the successful delivery of events from initial concept and planning through to on-site management and post event evaluation
  • using knowledge of the sector, to embed participation opportunities enabling residents to creatively and artistically express themselves, whilst fostering a learning and awareness of the art forms and traditions of our diverse communities
  • support local creativity and imagination throughout the borough, with local arts organisations working with local, regional and national partners
  • work with the relevant teams and council colleagues to ensure effective marketing and communications that deliver audiences to council’s events and activities
  • contribute to exploring new ways of engaging with residents to increase the opportunities available and increase the level of engagement, particularly within seldom heard groups
  • maintain communications and partnerships with arts, community, cultural and heritage organisations, creative industries, voluntary and faith groups, statutory and other organisations to benefit residents and the environment
  • administering the award, procurement, monitoring and evaluation processes for the service in line with council procedures
  • responsible for the day-to-day delivery and procedures of a culture, tourism and heritage service
  • supporting the delivery of a culture, tourism and heritage service that delivers against the priorities and outcomes of the Royal Borough of Greenwich
  • developing relationships with the Royal Greenwich cultural sector to help support organisations and individuals to contribute to a thriving culture, tourism and heritage scene within the borough
  • contribute to the delivery of a comprehensive range of innovative cultural, tourism and heritage programmes, projects and events, small and large scale
  • co-ordinate the assessment, monitoring and evaluations of the Royal Borough of Greenwich's cultural, tourism and heritage activities against corporate and departmental performance indicators and communicate the results as appropriate
  • to work with partner Project Managers and Regions leads to identify any risks to, or issues for, the regional HSHAZ programmes; advise on how these can be either avoided or mitigated, escalating to the Programme Manager where necessary and providing assistance where needed to help overcome obstacles to the achievement of the aims of the programme
  • to monitor for and, where identified, address any inconsistency in the delivery of the Regional HAZ projects
  • to work with the HS HAZ Programme Manager to assist the implementation and ongoing monitoring and evaluation and review process for the programme for your Region, liaising regularly with both the Programme Manager and other Project Officers to ensure a consistent approach
  • to assist the Cultural Programme Manager as required to assist the delivery and monitoring of the HSHAZ Cultural Programme

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