An Exciting Opportunity To Support The Development of Provan Hall - Operations Officer
Set within Auchinlea Park and in close proximity to us here at Glasgow Fort Retail Park, the hall is closely linked to many events in the history of Glasgow and was at the heart of the Bishop’s Estate that once stretched from Shettleston to Springburn and Bishop Loch. The building is owned by the National Trust for Scotland and managed by Glasgow City Council. It is a grade A listed site formed of two houses and a courtyard.
It is considered to be one of the best-preserved fortified country houses in Scotland and one of the oldest surviving buildings in Glasgow, with the oldest building dating from the 16th century. 2
With funding secured from the Heritage Lottery Fund, Glasgow City Council and other funding partners, both buildings will be restored for future generations to visit and learn about the history and heritage of the house.
The Provan Hall Community Management Trust are now eagerly recruiting an Operations Officer.
If you or anyone you know has experience in working within the heritage, cultural or community development, with experience of delivering events and working with volunteers this could be the perfect role.
To support the development and operation of Provan Hall Community Management Trust by supporting and developing volunteer involvement, an events programme and community engagement.
The Provan Hall Community Management Trust
The Provan Hall Community Management Trust (PHCMT) is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) whose charitable objectives are:
• The advancement of education;
• The advancement of arts, heritage and culture;
• The advancement of environmental protection and improvement,
• The provision of recreational facilities and activities with the purpose of improving the community’s conditions of life at Provan Hall House and the surrounding locality
To find out more, including how to apply, visit the Provanhall website.