Job opportunity: Development Officer, Nottinghamshire Building Preservation Trust

About this Job

Organisation: Nottinghamshire Building Preservation Trust
Salary: Up to £6,000 per annum
Location: Nottinghamshire
Hours: Part-time

The Nottinghamshire Building Preservation Trust is seeking a Development Officer to replace the administrator who is retiring at the end of March 2017.

The Position is for a self-employed, self-motivated person to help the Trustees/Directors to expand the influence of the Trust by increasing membership of Friends of NBPT, applying for Grants and publicising the Trust on social media and in traditional format.

The Trust is a charity and limited company based in Southwell with management meetings every quarter and separate monthly Committee meetings. The applicant would be expected to work at least six hours each week in the Trust office, any additional time spent either at home or in the office up to 16 hours per week by agreement. Remuneration for the right person is negotiable up to a maximum of £6,000 per annum.

How to Apply

Applications with full CV should be e-mailed to the Trust at [email protected] or posted to the office at The Minster Centre, Church Street, Southwell, Nottinghamshire NG25 0HD by Monday, 20th March, 2017.

 

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