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Professional Development Officer

  • Location: Icon office London
  • Responsible to: Training & Development Manager
  • Hours: Part-time, 21 hours per week
  • Salary: £25,000 3 days per week pro rata to £15,000 plus 6% pension contribution 

Overall purpose of the job:

You will be part of Icon’s Professional Development Team committed to building on Icon’s achievements in standards development, education and training. Activities include the administration of Icon’s Accreditation framework, the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) review process, the Pathway and the Mentoring scheme. By assisting the Training & Development Manager (TDM) you will also be involved with the promotion of Icon’s professional standards, as well as the professional development of members and others involved in the care of cultural heritage.

For more information about Icon Accreditation see

For more information about Icon’s Professional Development (PD) activities see 

Who we are

The Institute of Conservation is the professional body representing and supporting the practice and profession of conservation. Icon champions excellence in conservation and promotes the value of caring for heritage. We are the authoritative source of information on conservation practice, policy and the profession.

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Closing date: 3rd November at 11.00pm
Interview date: 25th November 2020 (online)

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