Topic ID #37599 - posted 11/8/2016 2:22 AM

Senior Heritage Consultant - Australia

Jennifer Palmer

7 Nov 2016
Location: Sydney  CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
Work type: Full Time
Classification: Consulting & Strategy  Environment & Sustainability Consulting

Senior Heritage Consultant

About GML

GML is a vibrant, attentive and sustainable consultancy that collaborates with clients and communities to deliver heritage services of enduring value. Our multidisciplinary in-house consulting team has expertise in built heritage, conservation planning, industrial heritage, historical archaeology, Aboriginal archaeology and cultural heritage management, and interpretation. GML focuses on delivering innovative and influential heritage advice. We take pride in delivering services of the highest quality.

The Position

The successful applicant will take pride in working for an influential cross-disciplinary heritage consultancy that has a great portfolio of challenging projects and prides itself on the delivery of outstanding services. In this role you will be required to provide specialist heritage advice to clients within agreed timeframes and specified budgets. You will also prepare project proposals and tender submissions for potential projects, including identifying tasks, roles, timeframes and budgets.

You will have the opportunity to work alongside enthusiastic and experienced practitioners in an engaged and collaborative environment. GML undertakes exciting projects throughout Australia.

About You

You will hold a degree (ideally with Honours or Masters) in a built heritage discipline (preferably architecture) and have at least four years' experience in a heritage consulting environment. You will have excellent writing skills, with proven experience in preparing heritage advice, including heritage assessments, conservation management plans, and heritage impact statements.  You will also have demonstrated knowledge of architectural issues in relation to heritage projects and conservation, and a working knowledge of the built heritage environment and current heritage legislation.

Importantly, you will be a team player who can undertake large projects in multidisciplinary teams, and work within time and budget constraints.

What We Offer our Employees

We offer our employees opportunities to work on a diverse range of sites including some of the most significant heritage places across Australia.

You will also have access to a stimulating training and development program that encourages all employees to grow their skills and knowledge. Other extras include an employee profit share scheme, loyalty leave, paid parental leave, income protection insurance, employee referral scheme, a health and wellbeing program and fun social activities.

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