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Vacancy: Project Co-ordinator

Vacancy: Project Co-ordinator
Loved and Lost: Govanhill’s Built Heritage Project

1st April to 21st June 2019

Fee: £500 (38 hours work @ £13.00 an hour) spread over 12 weeks. Possibility of continuation depending on funding.
Location: Based at Govanhill Baths office and locations across Govanhill.

GBCT is looking for a Project Co-ordinator who is passionate about local history to oversee the research and delivery of a book on the local built heritage of Govanhill.

Responsibilities

  • Organise and support a history group to inform the project (evening work)
  • Liaise with author and GBCT Archivist as necessary
  • Keep project to time and budget
  • Liaise with desktop publisher/designer as necessary
  • Evaluate and monitor project

Skills and Experience

  • Experience in co-ordinating community heritage projects
  • Experience in working on heritage publications
  • Experience in working with community based history groups

Application Process

If you wish to apply please email a CV and a cover letter, on no more than one side of A4, outlining your skills and experience relevant to the post to Fatima Uygun, Trust Manager.

Email: fatima@govanhillbaths.com
Tel: 0141 433 2999

About The Project
Loved and Lost: Govanhill’s Built Heritage project involves the production of a book identifying, investigating and celebrating some of the buildings and businesses in and around Govanhill that have played a significant role in the history of the area, many of which no longer exist while others have been transformed or repurposed for new activities.

At Govanhill Baths, we’re very conscious of the historical significance of our building and in our engagement with the community we’ve consistently encouraged greater awareness of local history, not just of our own building but all the spaces and places that have been an integral part of Govanhill at one time or another. Our book will look at some of the buildings that have shaped the history of this unique area and help celebrate that history.

The publication will be launched as part of a community heritage conference (funding dependent) in August at the Govanhill Book Festival as part of the Govanhill International Festival and Carnival.

Deadline to apply: 5pm Thursday 14th March 2019
Interviews: Wednesday 20th March 2019

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