Job Title: Monitoring & Impact Officer

Location: London or Home Based

Close Date: 17/06/2019

Salary: £33,000 to 35,000

The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) is currently seeking to appoint a Monitoring & Impact Officer. AHF is a leading heritage charity founded in 1976 to help charities and social enterprises across the UK find solutions for vulnerable historic buildings. We do this by offering advice, grants and loans.

The AHF is about to embark on a number of new initiatives, including the ‘Transforming Places through Heritage’ programme, designed to help revitalise high streets and town centres through the development of sustainable new uses for historic buildings.

The Monitoring & Impact Officer role, based from home or in London, is to develop and implement effective monitoring and evaluation procedures for AHF’s Transforming Places through Heritage programme in England and help ensure coordination across the organisation. The post holder will be responsible for collecting and reporting on data relating to AHF’s performance in delivering the programme as well as the beneficial impact on local communities of projects being developed and delivered by charities and social enterprises funded through the programme.

We are looking for a driven individual with exceptional analytical ability and focussed attention to detail.  Candidates should have previous experience of collating, analysing and interpreting qualitative and quantitative data to provide user friendly reports for varied audiences, including an analysis of trends and performance and producing information for inclusion in AHF publications, case studies, social media output, reports to funders and funding bids.

Previous involvement in the creation and implementation of research and evaluation programmes is essential, alongside the experience to set appropriate priorities and meet deadlines.

Ideally candidates will have a demonstrable interest in, and commitment to, the AHF’s mission – to help deliver a sustainable future for historic buildings throughout the UK through community enterprise.

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Commitment to diversity

In accordance with our commitment to promote equality of opportunity and diversity across all of our areas of work, we particularly welcome applications from people from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, disabled people and younger people, who are currently under-represented within AHF.

How to apply

If you would like to join the Architectural Heritage Fund, one of the leading heritage organisations in the UK, please send a CV and a covering letter (by email only) that demonstrates your suitability for the vacancy to [email protected]. Your application should reach us no later than 17th June 2019. We will contact you by the end of June 2019 if you have been selected for interview which will take place in London.

You can find more details of the AHF and the impact of our work at: www.ahfund.org.uk.