Senior Heritage Consultant

Senior Heritage Consultant required in York to lead our esteemed AJ100 clients heritage consultancy offering in the north of the UK.

Leading one of our four regional heritage consultancy teams, this position offers an exciting opportunity to help shape the direction of heritage consultancy across the northern region.

If you are an experienced Senior Heritage Consultant looking to take that next step, required is an enthusiastic individual who can inspire creativity and confidence amongst clients, consultants and colleagues alike, delivering excellent advice, promoting the business and conservation, whilst developing new business opportunities. 

Our client is an award-winning employee-owned architectural and heritage consultancy practice with a commitment to quality, innovation, and diversity. Winners of Architect Employer of the Year 2022.. Our client offers a rewarding and supportive environment for personal and professional development. environment.

Based in our regional studios of York and Manchester and reporting to the Regional Partner, you will act as Heritage Consultancy lead in the region, working with and advising on architectural, landscape and master-planning commissions across the north of England, Wales and Scotland.  You will be project leader on a variety of projects, making decisions, providing heritage advice, advocacy and guidance.  Your focus will be providing bespoke and high-quality advice, with outputs including Conservation Management Plans, Significance and Capacity for Change analysis, and Heritage Impact Assessments.

  • A skills base in building conservation, buildings archaeology, heritage planning or other relevant field is a must, with at least 5 years of relevant professional experience.
  • Excellent skills and demonstrable experience of archival and desk-based research, on-site built fabric analysis and producing well-written reports.
  • Proven track record in providing advice as heritage lead.
  • Experience of planning and managing your own workload and the workload of others and managing multiple simultaneous projects.
  • Experience of preparing fee proposals and bids
  • Working knowledge of current UK heritage legislation, policy and guidance.

Highly desireable 

  • Knowledge of the markets in the north of England and Scotland
  • Line management experience
  • Demonstrable track record in work winning for yourself and a team.
  • Membership(s) of professional institutions, such as the IHBC. or CIFA
  • A UK driving licence.

Salary depending on suitability & experience between £50,000 - £55,000 per annum plus excellent employee well being benefits as follows - 

25 days leave, Private medical cover, 5% employer pension, Life Assurance scheme, Bonus policy, agile flexible working and much more! 

Please hit apply and follow the instructions or contact James Jackson at Conrad Consulting for further information.