SLCT Regional Project Coordinator Opportunity

The Project:

The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust have an exciting project called: Connecting People and Places. This project consists of two phases; the objectives for the entire two-phase project are to explore:

  • How have BAME communities had a voice in the planning and design of sites that are significant to them?
  • How have organisations collaborated with BAME communities positively to preserve or highlight an example of heritage?
  • How might we encourage more recognition of BAME perspectives and stories within the architecture and heritage sector?

The Opportunity: We are excited to announce that we are currently recruiting for 6 Regional Project Coordinators [RPCs] for the second phase of our landmark: Connecting People and Places Project. 1RPC will be required for the following 6 UK locations: Cambridge, Bristol, Leicester, Sheffield, Liverpool and London.

Opportunity Perks:

  • An opportunity to lead on phase 2 of the landmark Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust project (funded by Heritage Lottery)
  • An opportunity to work with a network of peer RPCs on a nationwide project
  • Free training and workshops that will build skills and expertise both related to the built environment and heritage and wider skills (most notably podcast development, exhibition curation and publication development)
  • Monthly paid project deliverables(approximately £150 of deliverable work per month)An opportunity to co-lead project volunteers
  • Stakeholder management experience (both regional and national)
  • Support and development from the SLCT Head of Programmes and Lead Project Consultant

Role Specification:

The successful RPC candidate will:

  • Have a keen and demonstrable interest and experience in the built environment sector
  • Have an interest in heritage
  • Identify as BAME
  • Be motivated to engage in with the project as an RPC for the duration of phase 2
  • Be interested in undertaking personal development to enable themto successfully enhance the skills required to produce the project deliverables

How to Apply: Please answer the following3 questions in an email to: by 23:59 Sunday 3rd May 2020, please also include your best contact number too:

  1. What is your BAME identity?
  2. Why do you want to be involved in this project? (up to 100 words)
  3. How will this project benefit from your participation? (up to 100 words)

Call with shortlisted applicants are scheduled for the morning of Monday 5th May