Marriott’s Way Heritage Trail Trainee 40375 CELE

County Hall, Norwich

£17,711 per annum (Scale B) effective from 1 April 2019

37 hours per week

Temporary Contract until 31 March 2020

 

 

Norfolk County Council’s Environment Service sits within the Communities and Environment Directorate. It includes historic and natural environment teams, a partnership and projects team, and teams managing countryside access and arboriculture.

 

We are looking for a trainee to join our team undertaking work on the Marriott’s Way Heritage Trail to deliver the outputs described in the Activity Plan. You should be 18 or older on commencement and will be based at County Hall but will spend some of your time working out of the office. You will work in a small project team under supervision and have regular formal and informal training as well as advice and support to help you develop your skills.

 

This traineeship is focused on the Events & Project Management aspects of the project, and you will be involved in supporting an events programme including the production of a community theatre project ‘The Marriott’s Way Play’ in September 2019.

 

The Marriott’s Way Heritage Trail is an exciting project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that will preserve and enhance the hidden industrial and natural heritage of the corridor along Marriott’s Way - a long distance trail along two disused railways. This project will restore and record the heritage, engage with people to encourage them to explore and understand it, produce information with innovative digital content including augmented reality and involve people in its ongoing management and maintenance. The project’s themes are the history of railway transport along the route and the significance of the landscape corridor for plants and wildlife.

 

We welcome applications from individuals currently working in other organisations, however we would like to make you aware that priority consideration for this post may be given to current employees who are affected by restructure within the organisation or are in a redeployment position.

 

Workplace feedback states County Hall is a modern, business-like, bright and smart environment to work in.

 

To view further information regarding the vacancy please click on the link below:

 

 40375 Information pack 03-19.doc

Redeployment closing date: 26 February 2019

 

All other applicants closing date: 3 March 2019

Location
County Hall
Vacancy Description
County Hall, Norwich
 

£17,711 per annum (Scale B) effective from 1 April 2019

37 hours per week

Temporary Contract until 31 March 2020

 

 

Norfolk County Council’s Environment Service sits within the Communities and Environment Directorate. It includes historic and natural environment teams, a partnership and projects team, and teams managing countryside access and arboriculture.

 

We are looking for a trainee to join our team undertaking work on the Marriott’s Way Heritage Trail to deliver the outputs described in the Activity Plan. You should be 18 or older on commencement and will be based at County Hall but will spend some of your time working out of the office. You will work in a small project team under supervision and have regular formal and informal training as well as advice and support to help you develop your skills.

 

This traineeship is focused on the Events & Project Management aspects of the project, and you will be involved in supporting an events programme including the production of a community theatre project ‘The Marriott’s Way Play’ in September 2019.

 

The Marriott’s Way Heritage Trail is an exciting project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund that will preserve and enhance the hidden industrial and natural heritage of the corridor along Marriott’s Way - a long distance trail along two disused railways. This project will restore and record the heritage, engage with people to encourage them to explore and understand it, produce information with innovative digital content including augmented reality and involve people in its ongoing management and maintenance. The project’s themes are the history of railway transport along the route and the significance of the landscape corridor for plants and wildlife.

 

We welcome applications from individuals currently working in other organisations, however we would like to make you aware that priority consideration for this post may be given to current employees who are affected by restructure within the organisation or are in a redeployment position.

 

Workplace feedback states County Hall is a modern, business-like, bright and smart environment to work in.

 

To view further information regarding the vacancy please click on the link below:

 

 40375 Information pack 03-19.doc

Redeployment closing date: 26 February 2019

 

All other applicants closing date: 3 March 2019