What’s it like to work here?
Aligned to the nature of our work, we are continually building a sustainable organisation with succession and our legacy in mind. As a result, Cliveden Conservation is always ready to embrace new talent and expertise. By joining our team, you will be contributing to our ever-growing bank of knowledge and connecting with the most influential leaders within the heritage sector.
Every member of our team is valued as much as the buildings and objects we work on. We treat our staff members with respect and support them in their continued learning and development at every level.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
As an organisation, Cliveden Conservation is wholly dedicated to helping train the next generation of conservation practitioners. We are amplifying our offer of CPD and training sessions in a variety of areas, available to our people, our partners and wider audiences within this industry. Please get in touch for more details.
Conservation Placement 2023 / Internship
Closing date: 27/01/2023 | Location: Taplow | Position: 6 month placement | Salary £11,000
This 6 month conservation placement is ideal for students looking to gain valuable work experience at a leading conservation company during or after their time at university. The role will primarily be focused on the exciting and unique Wren 300 project that Cliveden Conservation are fortunate enough to be partnering on.
This will involve administration and event planning for this year’s Wren 300 programme of events, of which Cliveden are putting on a number of conservation workshops at Wren inspired and designed venues.
As well as working on the Wren 300 project, the placement is designed to provide you with an holistic overview of what it is to work in conservation; working across departments and on a broad range of tasks at Cliveden Conservation.
Wren300 Conservation Assistant Volunteer
Location: Various churches in the City of London
As part of the tercentenary celebrations of the life and work of renowned architect, Sir Christopher Wren, Cliveden Conservation is offering a free programme of conservation workshops in the following elements: Metal, Glass, Stone, Wood, Plaster/Paint – plus a programme of digital building and object surveying in conjunction with Terra Measurements.
The programme is designed to raise awareness of both the significance of Wren – and his connection to the building of city churches following the Great Fire of London in 1666 – plus the current and future conservation requirements of his buildings and legacy. Individuals are required to become Wren300 Volunteer Conservation Assistants to support Cliveden Conservation in facilitating these workshops in a safe, proactive, and constructive way.
Heritage Stonemasons, Plasterers, Restorers & Conservators
Location: Windsor and Eton, Reading, Oxford, London, Somerset and the West Country and Midlands
Due to a number of recent confirmed orders, Cliveden Conservation is looking to recruit experienced and improving heritage masons, plasterers, restorers and conservators for work on a number of secured projects.
We are hiring
We are looking for skilled tradespeople, conservators and project managers
We would love to hear from you
If you would like to apply for one of our advertised positions please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com. We’re always looking for experienced site managers, skilled and improving tradespeople and conservators so feel free to get in touch.