Project Officer Elgin CARS MOR02348

The Moray Council

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Job Description

This is a temporary post to 30 April 2018 part funded by Historic Environmental Scotland and Moray Council.
The Elgin CARS Project is part of a wider strategic town regeneration effort the 'Castle to Cathedral to Cashmere' development and will restore and repair historic buildings & closes within the town's Conservation Area (a medieval historic burgh, which contains the main commercial activity), improve public realm, provide training and seeks to maximise benefits to the local community and economy.
The post holder will report to the Principal Officer, Economic Development and will provide the co-ordination and organisational support to deliver the Elgin High Street Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS) as outlined in the Elgin Conservation Area Appraisal, Management & Action Plan and the main funding application to Historic Environmental Scotland including other match funders Elgin Business Improvement District (BID) & Elgin Fund.


Deliver the details of the Elgin Conservation Area Appraisal, Management and Action Plan as outlined in the funding application to Historic Environmental Scotland
Develop and maintain key information and quality systems
Liaise and negotiate with all relevant stakeholders
Monitoring and evaluation of the project
Provide comprehensive co-ordination of the project including organisational support to the Moray Council and the project's management group
Publicise and promote the project


Experience of working with public, community and businesses
Knowledge and understanding of grant-funded projects
Competent knowledge of Microsoft packages Word and Excel
Educated to Degree level or equivalent
Evidence of Continuing Professional Development
Good communication skills both written and oral
Ability to work calmly and efficiently under pressure
Confidence and ability to work with a minimum of supervision
Effective time management skills
Team worker
Financial management and project development skills
Ability to relate to people at all levels
Appreciation, acceptance and commitment to the importance of confidentiality
Ability to work in an open place office
Ability to work in different offices dependent on service requirements
Willingness to work flexible hours to meet the needs of the service

Closing Date: 21 July 2017
Starting Salary: £28,011
£14.86 per hour
36.25 hours per week

Interviews to be held on Tuesday 8 August 2017

For further information contact: Reni Milburn (01343) 563425

Applications must be made online at

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