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NHS UK Policy and Projects Manager

Reference: MAR20172367
Expiry date: 23:59, 17 April 2017
Location: Greenwich
Salary: £30,000.00 - £37,000.00 Pro Rata
Benefits: Excellent package
Attachments: NationalHistoricShipsPolicyandProjectManagerMarch17.doc

£30,000 - £37,000 per annum pro rata - 3 days per week

Operating from Royal Museums Greenwich, National Historic Ships - UK (NHS - UK) acts as the primary source of objective advice to the government and Heritage Lottery Fund on historic ship preservation and funding priorities. As the principal national focus for all matters relating to ship preservation, it also provides expert and informed advice to a range of organisations.

As Policy and Projects Manager, you will work closely with the Director to develop policies, identify and lead projects as well as undertaking the day to day management of the NHS-UK support and advisory role. You will play a key role in monitoring and distilling policy from a range of organisations including government, non-departmental, heritage and grant giving bodies. As project lead you will liaise with external agencies to identify projects, and manage them from securing funding through to evaluation.

In all of this, you will champion the value of the historic ship sector for the conservation and interpretation of our national heritage, as well as the economic regeneration, social development, education and learning opportunities that it brings.

With proven experience of preparing advisory papers and reports, along with an empathy for the work of NHS-UK, you will need to be able to think analytically and strategically. You will need to have a clear understanding of historic vessels and their needs, along with knowledge of maritime terminology. In addition, you should have the ability to develop sound working relationships with confidence to deal with external agencies, including excellent presentation skills.
This role will ideally based Greenwich but can be flexible.

To apply, please click apply now and attach a CV and cover letter as a single document.