JRS has been sucessful in its LEADER application
Exciting news !!
After a lot of work and help from the OIC we had the final confirmation that we have been successful in obtaining the EU LEADER funding that will enable us to employ a Project Manager to help progress our plans. As well as this LEADER along with the OIC Community Fund have made it possible for us to engage Brian Burns Associates of Inverness to prepare a Feasibility Study in preparation to the Project Manager joining us.
If you know anyone who would like to work on the Hall of Clestrain project with us then here is the advert that will be appearing in the Orcadian this week.
John Rae Society
Hall of Clestrain – Restoration
£16000 / year / Part-time – 22hrs a week
The John Rae Society is looking to appoint a Project Manager to take forward the next stage of the Restoration of the Hall of Clestrain. This is a part time post until September 2020 initially. It is part funded by LEADER and the applicant can be either employed by the Society or self-employed.
The successful applicant will initially liaise with the team preparing the feasibility study, look and apply for further funding to enable the next stages to progress to not only renovate the Hall but to convert the area into a premier events and educational centre on Orkney.
The exact hours worked can be by agreement and will vary on workload during the project and be paid at £14/hr. It is expected to average 22 hours a week.
Full job specification on application. Email: email@example.com
Closing date for applications: 15th March.