- 37 hours per week (full time); Part time may be considered (minimum 0.8FTE)
- £28,750-33,500 per annum (pro rata) plus 6% pension contribution
- Flexible (homeworking, with occasional travel to London and elsewhere in the UK, by arrangement)
About the role
As Heritage Project Officer, you will coordinate our National Lottery Heritage funded oral history project; which is marking 50 years since the Rape Crisis movement started in England & Wales. You will support effective relationships with our key partner, the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at Oxford University and facilitate a Heritage Peer Group, made up of representatives from our member Rape Crisis centres.
Working closely with the Partnership Fundraising Lead [the Heritage Project owner], then in collaboration with other colleagues as appropriate, you will develop productive relationships with all individuals, groups and organisations involved in the project, ensuring that representatives from our member Rape Crisis centres, our partners and our funder (Heritage Fund) feel supported, engaged, involved, and kept informed of progress against project milestones.
Download an application pack here. Please do not send us your CV as this will not be considered.
Closing date: 12 noon on Friday 10 November 2023
Interviews will be held online on Thursday 28 and/or Wednesday 29 November 2023.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.