Fixed Term Contract Project Manager (Facilities) at the Old Sunday School, (Heritage Centre), Macclesfield
The Silk Heritage Trust is developing the Old Sunday School (Heritage Centre) as a place for social interaction, cultural activities and enjoyment; a place that will help the revitalisation of Macclesfield Town Centre. The Trust needs a Project Manager (Facilities) to start as soon as possible, to help us manage this next stage of developing OSS. Funded through New Homes Bonus and Architectural Heritage grants, the role is advertised on a fixed-term contract – to 31st March 2021 – and it is hoped that it may be able to extend beyond that if funding permits.
This contract will work with Macclesfield Museums’ Director, Trustees Property Group and staff, to manage the development project in the OSS – managing a major maintenance programme that will support the business model. You will play a crucial role in working with new partners delivering events and programmes. You will have a good, practical building management skills and experience combined with excellent people skills and fantastic customer service. It is expected that regular/frequent weekend and or evening working will be required
Responsible to: Business Development Manager
Contract fee: £5000
Timeframe: to 31st March 2021, working an estimated 15 hours per week over 6-7 months
LOCATION: based in the OSS, in the centre of Macclesfield
How to Apply
Please email your up to date CV with two recent references, plus a covering letter setting out why you are interested in the contract and your relevant experience.
To: Emma Anderson, Director, Macclesfield Museums firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any queries about the contract please contact Emma Anderson on 0750 481 3966
Deadline for applications – 12 noon Monday 21st September 2020
We intend to hold ‘in person’ or Zoom interviews on Thursday 24th September 2020, and hope to make an appointment quickly so that the contract can begin by early October.
Interim Director, 0750 481 3966/ 01625 613 210
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