Portland Museum Trust has been awarded a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) to undertake with their partners, the Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) and MSDS Marine, a project to train and upskill local volunteers across multiple venues in new digital recording techniques. The result will be the creation of a bespoke online site containing three dimensional images of finds from the wreck of the ‘Earl of Abergavenny’ that was wrecked on the Shambles off Portland Bill in 1805.
Portland Museum Trust is appointing a part-time Project Manager to oversee all aspects of the project over the coming year in order to ensure that it meets the agreed aims, objectives and deliverables within the agreed timescale and budget.
THE PROJECT MANAGER’S FEE, DURATION AND TIME CONSTRAINT
Portland Museum Trust will pay the Project Manager a fee of up to £150/day dependant on qualifications.
The duration of this part time contract is 150 days over a 12 month period, usually averaging 3 days/week.
The Project Manager is to start as soon as possible and it should be noted that the final date that the project can end is 28 February 2023.