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Due to a cock up with an advertising company - they only managed to get this advert to us today... closing date MONDAY!!!

If anyone is interested... Let them know immediatly

http://www.bajr.org/employment/ukemploym...sp?id=2917

Historic Environment Officer
Grade SO1/2 UKP 23,175 - UKP 26,928 (pay award pending)
(Initial Contract to March 2010 with potential for extension thereafter)

The North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), Britain's first UNESCO European Geopark, has a nationally significant historic environment, reflecting 7000 years of human occupation. The North Pennines AONB Partnership, the joint advisory body for the AONB, is looking to appoint a qualified and enthusiastic person to join our staff team to lead on matters related to historic environment conservation, research, interpretation and promotion.

The successful candidate will have a background in building conservation, planning, architecture, archaeology or a related field and will have experience of the production of conservation area appraisals and conservation plans. A track record of project development and delivery in partnership with landowners and a wide variety of public, private and voluntary sector organisations is essential.

You will be supported in this work by colleagues in the AONB Partnership Staff Unit and our Historic Environment Working Group. Reporting to the Area Co-ordinator (West) you will develop AONB-wide historic environment conservation projects, produce conservation area appraisals, encourage community involvement in the historic environment and assist other team members in project delivery where there is an historic dimension.

The post will be based in the AONB Partnership office in Stanhope, Weardale, and employed by the AONB Partnership's host authority, Durham County Council. Applicants should be qualified to degree level in a relevant subject, such as conservation, architecture or planning. Applicants without a degree may be considered if they have considerable relevant experience.

For further information please contact Chris Woodley-Stewart (AONB Officer), on (0138:face-thinks: 528801. Application packs are available from the Personnel Section, Environment, County Hall, Durham, DH1 5UQ, on (0191) 383 3806, or e-mail maria.littledyke@durham.gov.uk.

Closing date: 5th February 2007. Interviews will be held in Stanhope on 16th. February.
Further details about the AONB Partnership and the area can be found at http://www.northpennines.org.uk.
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