COTAC Seeks ‘Virtual School’ Project Officer

‘Virtual School’ Project Officer


Temporary (June – November 2022, 24 weeks total)


Part time (12.5 hrs per week on average)


£12 per hour (£3600 total)


Work Location: remote (with occasional meetings in person)


The Council on Training in Architectural Conservation (COTAC) is seeking a Project Officer to help deliver the Heritage Lottery funded COTAC Virtual School, an entry-level heritage and historic environment conservation education unit delivered entirely digitally.


In this role you will be an integral part of the team by supporting the delivery of the project including performing market research and analysis, helping to design and implement content in the Learning Management System (LMS), and analysing data and feedback.  This is an excellent opportunity for a student or emerging professional to learn about the heritage sector while helping develop an engaging, rewarding virtual learning environment.


Working hours are flexible and you will be expected to engage in a range of activities as the development of the ‘Virtual School’ requires.  This will be a fast-paced project and so an eager approach and good communication skills are crucial.


You will be expected to have your own computer hardware and software equipment able to access and run standard programmes (email, web access, etc).  Any technological requirements required above and beyond shall be reimbursed at cost and as agreed by COTAC.


This is a contracted service provision role, with fee payments by month, based on a submitted invoice.  Interviews to take place online (via Zoom or similar).


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