Corporate Projects Programme Manager

Welcome

Thank you for your interest in the post at Historic Environment Scotland (HES).

The information in this microsite is intended to answer any questions you may have about the work of HES and the advertised position. If, however, you have any unanswered queries or you would like to find out more about what is involved please don’t hesitate to contact Debbie Shields or Donogh O’Brien at Aspen.

We are the lead body for Scotland’s historic environment; a charity dedicated to the advancement of heritage, culture, education and environmental protection. We’re at the forefront of researching and understanding the historic environment, and addressing the impact of climate change on its future. We investigate and record architectural and archaeological sites and landscapes across Scotland and care for more than 300 properties of national importance. Our vision is that Scotland’s historic environment is cherished, understood, shared and enjoyed with pride by everyone.

We are about to embark on a programme of corporate projects with a significant business change impact. As a result of undertaking these projects we want HES to be an ambitious, high performing organisation, equipped and enabled to deliver our objectives and plans efficiently, effectively and with maximum impact.

To help us successfully deliver this programme we are looking for a highly motivated individual for the new post of Corporate Projects Programme Manager. This is a high profile role responsible for managing the programme, overseeing project teams, and providing assurance that the programme benefits are being delivered. This is a fantastic opportunity to make a real impact at what is an exciting time for our business.

Thank-you for your interest in the role and we look forward to considering your application.

Alex Paterson

Chief Executive, Historic Environment Scotland


Historic Environment Scotland (HES) is also recognised by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) as a Scottish Charity, with the Board being the charity trustees. HES Scottish Charity No. SC04592