Hillhead Croft in the Upper Cabrach

The Cabrach was once a thriving hub of activity with whisky distilling and farming its main industries. Sadly, it was on the verge of extinction and so the Cabrach Trust was established in 2013 with a mission to breathe new life into this remarkable place.

Can you help us to implement an ambitious heritage and regeneration plan in this beautiful part of the Scottish Highlands?

At an exciting time in our development, we are looking to grow our project team to help us to achieve the development of the Cabrach Heritage Centre and the Cabrach historical distillery project.

The Cabrach Trust, located in rural Morayshire, was established in 2013 in response to a need to preserve the rich cultural heritage of The Cabrach area and its remote highland community.

The Trust is undertaking a series of local development projects putting heritage at the heart of an ambitious regeneration programme for the area.

We are recruiting for; a Project Manager to lead on all aspects of the proposed capital programme of works on our site at Inverharroch, a Heritage Manager to lead on development of the Heritage Centre and coordinate our suite of heritage projects, a Project Administrator to support these and other roles at the Cabrach Trust.

Successful candidates will have an understanding/empathy with local heritage and rural communities, be enthusiastic, committed and will enjoy working in a stunning location with a dedicated and committed team.

To see the full job specifications and job pack for each of these roles, click here

Project Manager – Built Heritage – Cabrach Trust

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Deadline for applications for PM – 11th June

Cabrach Trust_Heritage Manager_Job Specification

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Deadline for applications for HM – 12th June

Cabrach Trust_Administrative Officer_Job Specification

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Deadline for applications for Administrator – 4th June

The Cabrach heritage Centre and historical distillery project is being part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Community Moray Leader 2014 – 2020 Programme.