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Heritage Trust Network seeks Programme Manager for NLHF funded project

By December 17, 2019December 7th, 2023No Comments

Heritage Trust Network operates throughout the United Kingdom, drawing together and supporting the work of local heritage groups, whether constituted as building preservation trusts, community trusts or social enterprises.

Thanks to funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the Network can now upscale its operations across the UK to increase resilience and deliver the future- proof model needed for community-based training and skills development. This will enable more members to transform heritage at risk into community assets.

By developing an improved network of Area Committees, Heritage Trust Network will enhance peer-to-peer support, training and capacity building. The Network will support those involved in heritage regeneration projects, including new support for young people.

The project will:
– expand area committee and events programme to increase local engagement and sharing of best practice.
– provide digital services including webinar/fundraising platforms and peer-to-peer networking
– improve membership systems, income generation and reviewed partnerships to enhance support and advocacy.

We are now looking for a Programme Manager for the project who will play an integral part in helping to grow resilience and innovation for community organisations, enabling them to regenerate heritage at risk for a broad range of end uses.
This role will be responsible for project management and delivery of the Unlocking the Power of Communities programme, working across the UK developing training programmes that enrich our members and build our area committees.

If you think you could be Heritage Trust Network’s new Programme Manager then you can find full details of the post, and how to apply, on our jobs’ page. 

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