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Friday, 1 July 2011

Job Vacancies - Senior Conservation Architect/Surveyor





Job advert
Senior Conservation Architect/Surveyor

2 posts based in Nantgarw (near Cardiff) and north Wales

Salary starting at £34,000 and rising to £42,000 per annum.

Cadw is the Welsh Government’s historic environment service. These vacancies provide a special opportunity to play a leading role in conserving and promoting the outstanding heritage of Wales.

These senior posts in the Properties in Care branch are at the heart of Cadw’s work to conserve its sites to the best possible standard and to ensure that the sites are safe, accessible and stimulating places to visit. Each postholder will lead a multi-disciplinary team of conservation design and works specialist staff, including teams of conservation craft workers based across Wales, and working closely with colleagues responsible for visitor services, interpretation and archaeological protection. One post will be responsible for Cadw sites in south Wales and the other for sites in north Wales.

The role requires an experienced professional qualified architect or surveyor with conservation and ancient monument experience. These posts are in the Civil Service Management Band 1. A starting salary between £34,000 and £42,000 will be offered to the successful candidate based on their skills, knowledge and experience and performance at interview. This range is not negotiable.

To apply please visit www.wales.gov.uk/recruitment
Fax 029 2082 5454 Email hr-helpdesk@wales.gsi.gov.uk

For more information about Cadw and this role go to
www.cadw.wales.gov.uk or phone 01443 336083

Closing date 25 July 2011

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