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The AHF has secured funding from Historic Environment Scotland to increase its capacity to deliver projects in Scotland through employing a new Scotland Support Officer. 

 

The new post will support us in the delivery of its objectives and programmes in Scotland. Working as part of the Programmes Team, the post holder will be responsible for managing a caseload of projects within Scotland, assessing and presenting applications, ensuring funding is allocated in accordance with the AHF’s priorities, and liaising with external partners.

This is a full time, salaried post. Flexible working patterns are available, and the person appointed must be comfortable with primarily working from home, as well as regular travel around Scotland and periodic travel to the London office to attend meetings as required.
Initial funding has been secured for three years (Sept 2019 – June 2022), with the potential for the post to be extended if further funding is secured. This role will report to the Scotland Development Manager.

Please see the full Job Description and Person Specification here.

Application process:

Please apply with a CV and covering letter explaining your interest in the post, relevant experience, and provide details on why you feel you would be a good fit for this post, and the AHF’s wider objectives. 

Please send these by email only to recruitment@ahfund.org.uk by 5pm on Thursday 30th May. 

All applications will be acknowledged, and you will be notified if you have been shortlisted for interview, or not, by 5th June. 

We intend to hold interviews in the central belt of Scotland on 13 and 14 June, so please highlight in your application if these dates are not suitable for you.

To discuss the role in more detail, or for any further information, please contact Gordon Barr.

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