Jobs vacancy: Cranleigh Heritage Trust

Jobs vacancy: Cranleigh Heritage Trust

The Cranleigh Heritage Trust is embarking on an exciting NLHF-funded project to restore the old Cottage Hospital in Cranleigh.

They are looking for individuals to help deliver the project’s development phase.

The roles required are

Interpretation Planner

To help develop an Interpretation Strategy for the project and prepare outline designs for the Delivery phase application.

The Cottage will reflect the history of Cranleigh and the history of the Cottage Hospital movement shown in 2D panels or free-standing movable panels and also through digital information points.

Volunteers will develop the themes and research archive material and will work with an Interpretation Designer to turn their research into an accessible public display. There is also an oral history project as part of the development phase, and these elements must be incorporated into the display.

This is a small project but has a fascinating story to tell to a wide audience and needs to be visually accessible and attractive.

Activity Planner

To develop an Activity Plan which involves the local community and prospective partners and takes forward the purpose of the Cottage Hospital to be a new community hub for Cranleigh.

We are seeking a consultant who has the following skills, knowledge and experience:

-Knowledge of NLHF grants process, and proven track record of producing NLHF-compliant Activity Plans leading to successful Delivery Phase awards

-Knowledge and experience of producing NLHF Delivery Phase applications

-Good understanding of how the Activity Plan supports the wider project aims and outcomes, and
fits with the design development, interpretation and business planning process

-Experience of working with a range of people and organisations and planning and delivering
consultation programmes

-Knowledge and experience of developing high quality programmes and visitor experiences, covering formal and informal learning

-An understanding and commitment to Equal Opportunities and inclusive design and services.

Applicants should send a letter outlining their approach, fee and experience accompanied by a CV.

Applications should be sent to Marilyn Scott Project Manager at by 16th December.

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