Expressions of interest – Project management of cultural landscape projects at Wonnerup House and Strawberry Hill at Barmup

The National Trust seeks an experienced project manager with a solid background in cultural heritage management, particularly in relation to cultural landscapes.

Grant funding has been received from Lotterywest to undertake a series of major projects aimed at reimagining the visitor experience at a number of National Trust places through the lens of their cultural landscapes.

Regionally diverse, each is sited in a landscape of both cultural and natural significance and ideally placed for truth telling and reconciliation in the lead up to the bicentenary of colonisation of Western Australia

The consultant will manage a significant research project at Wonnerup House, Wonnerup, north of Busselton on Wadandi Country; and implementation of cultural landscape projects at Strawberry Hill at Barmup, Albany, on Menang Country.

How to make a submission

Please read the expression of interest documents for the full project description and evaluation criteria.

All submissions should be clearly marked ‘Project Management Services’ and submitted no later than 5pm WST Friday 22 April 2022 to:
National Trust of Western Australia
The Old Observatory, 4 Havelock Street West Perth
PO Box 1162 West Perth WA 6872
Email: trust@ntwa.com.au

Further information

If you have any queries please contact the project manager: Sarah Murphy, Manager Interpretation and Collections, (08) 9321 6088.

 

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