Royal High School Preservation Trust
Royal High School Preservation Trust

Charity registered in Scotland SC045779

The Royal High School Preservation Trust was formed in 2015 to seek to purchase or lease the former Royal High School, to find a sustainable, cultural and public use for this outstanding piece of Scotland’s heritage. The Trust’s plans will ensure both the restoration of the listed buildings and the creation of world class centre for music, including the music school, performance and public spaces.

Current vacancies

Top job! National Centre for Music – Senior Project Manager

  • Full time
  • £50,000 – £55,000
  • Hybrid: Edinburgh City Centre/Home-working
  • Closing 3rd March 2024

The National Centre for Music (the NCM) is at the core of the redevelopment of the former Royal High School building, located at Calton Hill, Edinburgh. This role is a unique opportunity to play a central role in establishing the NCM in supporting the Scottish music sector and providing a platform to secure its future, and thereby bringing life to an exceptional historic site, at the heart of Edinburgh. The NCM will be a new cultural asset for both Edinburgh and Scotland. We seek a visionary individual who will be able to advance the NCM concept. This will be based on a consultative approach that establishes the requirements of the sector and general public, which in turn provides scope to the NCM’s priorities and operational practicalities. The role will be responsible for implementing the recommendations and associated action plan to establish a robust and sustainable Business Case for the NCM.

Shortlist