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An opportunity to live in one of Scotland’s most picturesque, rural environments
for a 2 year fixed term period in a challenging and rewarding role.
A unique opportunity to be involved in the delivery of a multi million pound redevelopment
project for one of Scotland’s premier visitor attractions. The magnificent Standing
Stones of Calanais are based on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis and are famous
worldwide as an example one of the most complete historic stone circles in Europe.
The visitor centre is currently embarking on a huge redevelopment project and are
currently looking for a Project Development Officer to work alongside the Project
Delivery Director and assist in securing funding and directing the successful delivery
of the new Callanish Visitor Centre, on behalf of the Urras nan Tursachan board.
Liaise closely with the professional design team, working with them towards the completion
of Riba Stage D and throughout the construction phase of the project.
Arrange and attend client and stakeholder meetings; compiling papers, taking minutes.
Liaise closely with accountants to create capital budget reports and finalise capital
project business case.
Compile reports to feedback to the board of directors at every stage of the capital
Organise community consultation and open days for the capital project.
Assist the Project Delivery Director to manage the project through all capital stages
to ensure delivery on time and to budget.
Assist the Project Delivery Director with approaches to trusts and foundations, major
donors and corporations. Complete and submit applications for capital funding grants.
Devise and run a cohesive stewardship plan for campaign donors, to include creating
content for supporters’ newsletters and writing reports to trusts and foundations
and major donors.
Develop and manage initiatives to engage the wider Calanais community, including
the development of the Friends of Calanais membership campaign and social media appeal.
Manage social media to promote the project and update key stakeholders on project
Process charitable donations, invoices and expenses, compiling income and expenditure
figures. Maintaining up-to-date donor listings.
Build and maintain networks with colleagues across the development and heritage sector.
This position has a competitive base salary with the added benefit of living in a
location offering cost effective living standards and will suit applicants with transferable
skills from other sectors and industries.
The ideal candidate should have proven background in project management with knowledge
and experience of securing project funding and running small-scale fundraising activities
In addition, you should have the ability to work both independently and as part of
a team, have excellent communication and presentation skills and be able to manage
your time effectively to meet deadlines
If you feel you have the relevant skillset and would be interested in a further discussion
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