HERITAGE BC UPDATE

FEBRUARY 14 2014

Heritage BC Employment Opportunities

Heritage BC is building a team of passionate, self motivated and entrepreneurial minded employees who want to help create links between heritage conservation and tourism, economic and environmental sustainability, community pride and an appreciation of our common history.

Find out more about these two new full time positions based in Vancouver BC for a Capacity Building Planner and an Office Administrator. Deadline is February 28, 2014. 

Capacity Building Planner 
Full Time 35 hours/week Permanent Position


The role of the capacity building planner will be primarily to offer heritage planning services to municipalities in British Columbia, develop training and skills development programs and manage the grant process of the Heritage Legacy Fund endowment.

The Capacity Building Planner will report directly to the Executive Director (ED) and will work in partnership with the ED to implement business development strategies particularly in regards to education offerings, conference planning and relationship development. This role will act as the lead organizer for the HBC granting program and coordinate the decision making process with the Executive Director and a committee of volunteer advisors.

HBC is looking for a candidate with experience in the heritage field and an education from a recognized Urban Planning, Architecture, Heritage Planning or History program. Applicants must have strong knowledge and /or experience in heritage planning including restoration work, report writing, or conducting research on heritage buildings.

» Capacity Building Planner PDF

Office Administrator

Full Time 35 hours/week Permanent Position

 

The role of Office Administrator will primarily be to offer administrative support services to the Executive Director and the Capacity Planner in order to ensure effective and efficient operations of HBC as well as the granting process of Heritage Legacy Funds.  

The Office Administrator will report directly to the Executive Director (ED) and will work in partnership with the Capacity Planner, board of directors and volunteer advisors.

HBC is looking for a candidate with experience in executive support, office management, member services, communications, volunteer coordination, event management, fund development and non profit administration.

Knowledge and /or experience in the heritage conservation sector is an asset.

» Office Administrator PDF

 

Are you a hard working, creative and independent person looking for a professional career in heritage conservation in British Columbia? 

 

Heritage BC has two new employment opportunities with application deadlines

February 28 2014. 

 

» Employment Opportunities




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