The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) is tendering for monitors and mentors to join its Register of Support Services.
The tenders will be for HLF-funded projects across the UK rom April 2013 to March 2016 and both positions will operate as framework agreements.
Specific roles for specialist mentors will be determined at the time of commissioning, but general responsibilities will relate to supporting organisations that have recieved a ‘first round pass’ to develop their application to HLF and to support the delivery of projects funded by the HLF.
Monitors will be deployed by exception to manage risks to HLF’s funded projects and to ensure that difficulties arising in projects are resolved in a timely and effecient manner.
The various categories of specialist knowledge, skills and experience required for both roles are:
- Project management of capital/conservation projects involving heritage buildings (including those in use as for heritage purposes e.g. museums, archives, visitor attractions, or non-heritage uses e.g. places of worship, community spaces, theatres), monuments or heritage sites (including archaeological and industrial sites)
- Project management of capital/conservation projects involving parks, designed landscapes, biodiversity or the countryside
- Project management of capital/conservation projects involving industrial machinery, ships/other vessels, vehicles (road and rail) or aircraft
- Project management of large and/or complex activity projects (i.e. projects not focusing on capital or conservation works) in any of the heritage areas listed above, including education and community projects
- Project management of large-scale digital project.
How to apply
The tenders are being advertised through the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) and the Pre-Qualification Questionnaires (PQQs) are on the procurement page of the HLF website under the ‘Tenders’ section.
For more information on becoming a mentor for HLF, click here
For more information on becoming a monitor for HLF, click here