Mid Level
Project Assistant
Hull City Council

Salary: £17072 - £18070

Closing Date: Sunday, 12 November 2017

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For further details on the project see http://cityplanhull.co.uk/index.php/hull-yorkshires-maritime-city/

We are now looking for a suitably experienced, enthusiastic and committed Project Assistant to assist the Project Director and the team in delivering the project. You will be working with the Major Projects team delivering £100M ‘Destination Hull’ programme which is transforming the city centre and our cultural venues

Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City (HYMC) is the redevelopment of five maritime assets across Hull: the transformation of the Grade 2* Maritime Museum with a new architectural and exhibition scheme; the creation of a collections store at the Dock Office Chambers; the conservation of two historic vessels – the Arctic Corsair and the Spurn Lightship, and; the creation of a visitor orientation centre and dry-berth at the derelict North End Shipyard.

This heritage-driven, transformational project draws on Hull’s unique spirit and sense of place, redefining and refocusing the cityscape to highlight the maritime stories of the past, present and future. HYMC builds on legacy aspects of the City of Culture 2017, focusing on the promotion and protection of Hull's maritime history, architecture and collections. HYMC uses heritage as a means of delivering outcomes to build capacity in the city, through skills development, employment, apprenticeships, internships and volunteering. To support the Project Director/Capital Programme Project Manager and project team with the Yorkshire’s Maritime City project.

You will provide and deliver an effective, efficient clerical and support function which ensures the project outcomes / targets are delivered in line with partner funding requirements.

The post holder will provide research support to the team as required to enable a successful HLF round 2 bid.

You will produce and maintain systems, including financial, which enable the project team to work efficiently and effectively on a daily basis. 

Experience of organising own and others' work in a busy working environment and working to targets / tight deadlines is essential and well-developed research skills is desirable.  The role involves servicing meetings, which involves taking and preparing minutes and undertaking any follow up action.

Shortlisting - 13 and 14  November 2017

Interviews - 29 and 30 November 2017

We are now looking for a suitably experienced, enthusiastic and committed Project Assistant to assist the Project Director and the team in delivering the project. You will be working with the Major Projects team delivering £100M ‘Destination Hull’ programme which is transforming the city centre and our cultural venues

Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City (HYMC) is the redevelopment of five maritime assets across Hull: the transformation of the Grade 2* Maritime Museum with a new architectural and exhibition scheme; the creation of a collections store at the Dock Office Chambers; the conservation of two historic vessels – the Arctic Corsair and the Spurn Lightship, and; the creation of a visitor orientation centre and dry-berth at the derelict North End Shipyard.

This heritage-driven, transformational project draws on Hull’s unique spirit and sense of place, redefining and refocusing the cityscape to highlight the maritime stories of the past, present and future. HYMC builds on legacy aspects of the City of Culture 2017, focusing on the promotion and protection of Hull's maritime history, architecture and collections. HYMC uses heritage as a means of delivering outcomes to build capacity in the city, through skills development, employment, apprenticeships, internships and volunteering. To support the Project Director/Capital Programme Project Manager and project team with the Yorkshire’s Maritime City project.

You will provide and deliver an effective, efficient clerical and support function which ensures the project outcomes / targets are delivered in line with partner funding requirements.

The post holder will provide research support to the team as required to enable a successful HLF round 2 bid.

You will produce and maintain systems, including financial, which enable the project team to work efficiently and effectively on a daily basis. 

Experience of organising own and others' work in a busy working environment and working to targets / tight deadlines is essential and well-developed research skills is desirable.  The role involves servicing meetings, which involves taking and preparing minutes and undertaking any follow up action.

Shortlisting - 13 and 14  November 2017

Interviews - 29 and 30 November 2017

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Hull Culture & Leisure employees can apply for Hull City Council posts as internal applicants.  However, this is regarded as a break in service for Statutory Employment Protection including redundancy purposes and the calculation of service for this purpose will start afresh.

The Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.

Please click on the 'Apply online' button to complete an application for this post. When you have submitted your application form you will receive an email confirming your form has been received.

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