Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) is the charity that looks after the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, The Banqueting House, Kensington Palace, Kew’s royal buildings and Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland.
We’re searching for experienced and dedicated project managers and quantity surveyors to work with our specialist consultants and contractors on Building Conservation and Major Project work at our extraordinary sites. Visitor experience lies at the heart of our work - explaining the sites’ history and championing best practice in conservation and award-winning design.
Reporting to the Surveyor of the Fabric (SoF) and Head of Projects, you will be part of a team of architects, building and quantity surveyors responsible for managing conservation and improvement works from feasibility, through design and construction, to project review. Major projects deliver on longer-term masterplans across sites, and range from visitor and staff accommodation, retail & catering, exhibitions and interior re-presentations to gardens’ restoration works. Prioritisation of building conservation projects is informed by the Quinquennial State of the Estate condition survey, undertaken by the project management team. Project sponsorship, development of business plans, reporting to internal Project Boards and liaison with planning officers & the Historic England Inspectorate forms part of the role.
The ability to work independently and deliver projects to time, cost and quality criteria is essential. A Building Surveying, Architectural or Quantity Surveying degree and professional qualification will be supported by relevant practical experience, including knowledge of conservation policy and contract administration. The highest standards apply, and HRP supports career development through practical experience and training.
A range of positions (Assistant Quantity Surveyors & Assistant Project Managers – working towards their professional qualification, Principal Quantity Surveyors, Project Managers and Senior Project Managers) are available, based on experience. The successful applicants will be based at Hampton Court Palace or the Tower of London, with work at other palaces as required.
If it sounds like your area of expertise and interest, submit your CV and application on line, and tell us why you‘re the perfect person to join our team of professionals working on our listed buildings and Scheduled Ancient Monuments.
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Closing Date: Friday 10 May 2019
Historic Royal Palaces offer a range of benefits, including competitive pension scheme, enhanced holiday entitlement, bonus scheme, membership, career development – as well as being a truly unique place to work. Find more information on what it’s like to work at HRP here.