Work Opportunities WITH THE Auckland PROJECT

The Auckland Project provides opportunities in a wide range of areas covering an even wider range of skills, from horticulture, education and catering, to maintenance, commercial operations and head office roles.

In addition, once Auckland Castle re-opens in 2019, we will require many employees, as well as volunteers, to join us for seasonal work.

We are firmly committed to developing our employees and providing fantastic opportunities for personal development, utilising skills in a creative environment.

The Auckland Project operates an equal opportunity policy. The majority of employees will be recruited locally.


Senior Park Ranger

Salary: £18,000 – £24,000

Closing Date: Thursday 9 August 2018

The park ranger will ensure we deliver world-class facilities for our visitors whilst ensuring that health and safety is always a priority. Making sure that any issues are reported and resolved quickly and efficiently. Gaining a unique knowledge of the park and how it changes through the seasons along with the history of the Castle and grounds. Taking the lead on identifying opportunities for conservation and habitat improvements and work alongside others to get practical work done. This role will involve working with volunteers from a variety of backgrounds who are a vital part of the team and The Auckland Project’s vision.

View the full job description and the person specification.

To apply,  please send a CV and cover letter of no more than two A4 sides to recruitment@aucklandproject.org.


Head of Development

Salary: £35,000 – £40,000

Closing Date: Tuesday 7 August 2018

We are looking for a Head of Development, to lead and develop the Development Department, creating a step-change in fundraising capacity to meet the future development aspirations and priorities of The Auckland Project, both in terms of revenue funding (friends/membership scheme, donors, appeals, donations, gift aid, corporate giving, sponsorship etc.) and grants (charitable and public sector).

View the full job description and person specification here

To apply,  please send a CV and cover letter of no more than two A4 sides to recruitment@aucklandproject.org.


Soft Services Facilities Assistant

Salary: £16,000 – £18,000

Closing date: Friday 3 August 2018

Working across the estate from international art galleries, historic castle to office space and car parks, the SSA will be part of a dynamic team undertaking Planned, Preventative, Reactive Soft Service delivery and maintenance.  In addition, undertaking Audits, customer path walks, room set-ups, porterage, deliveries, meter reads, some external and internal cleaning and a range of waste and pest contract support. The SSFA will ensure we deliver world class facilities for our visitors and colleagues.

View the full job description and the person specification.

To apply,  please send a CV and cover letter of no more than two A4 sides to recruitment@aucklandproject.org.


 

 

Senior Projects Co-ordinator

Salary: £30,000 – £35,000

Closing date: Wednesday 18 July 2018

Fixed term, 24 months

The Auckland Project is looking for an experienced Senior Project Coordinator to join its team to assist with driving forward a departmental programme of work within the Projects Department. The Senior Project Coordinator will be pivotal in assisting the Head of Projects deliver their scheme of work.

Work will involve supporting the Head of Projects in their day to day activities, including but not limited to:

  • Attending meetings
  • Ensuring meeting actions are carried out, and assigning and chasing actions throughout the wider Project Team
  • Creating and distributing documentation
  • Maintaining documentation folders

They will liaise with the Project Team on a daily basis to obtain information that the TAP Client Team requires. They will distribute and ensure that the relevant Client Team members receive this information.

The Senior Project Coordinator will play a key part in bringing teams together in order to plan work streams, and with the Head of Projects, ensure that an overall master programme is created. This will include construction projects, fit out projects, mobilisation of the attraction and post completion works.

An integral part of the role will include preparing items for discussion within Client Team Meetings that will drive the programme, and ensure that each teams’ needs are met.

As part of the Project Team within the wider Property Department, the Project Coordinator will report to the Head of Projects and work with TAP’s Project Manager Consultants to deliver the project requirements for TAP.

View the full job description and person specification.

To apply,  please send a CV and cover letter of no more than two A4 sides to recruitment@aucklandproject.org.