Join THA as Office Manager

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Do you want to work at the heart of heritage and help to secure its future? The Heritage Alliance is looking for a part-time Office Manager for its small friendly office based in Ludgate Hill. This is an excellent opportunity for someone, who would relish the opportunity to work within a dynamic heritage membership and advocacy organisation, to build experience across a wide range of tasks and activities.

The role is a split one designed to:

  • ensure the smooth running of the physical office space, ensuring all necessary equipment and supplies are maintained
  • provide PA support to the organisation’s CEO
  • manage third party office service provision such as the IT services, and lead on maintaining key internal policies;
  • support the delivery of event-related tasks necessary for the successful execution of our programme of events;
  • take a significant role in the delivery of external projects designed to support the Alliance and its membership.

Key Details

  • Permanent Position – Part Time (21 hours per week)
  • Start Date: As soon as possible
  • Rate of Pay: £27,000 pa (pro-rated)
  • Leave: 24 days FTE per annum (pro-rated), plus bank holidays and the Heritage Alliance Office closes between Christmas and New Year
  • Line Manager: Finance Manager
  • Other Managerial input: CEO (part) / Head of Development and Membership (Part)
  • Place of Work: The Heritage Alliance Office, St Martin Ludgate, London, EC4M (1 minute

from St Paul’s)

Flexible working arrangements can be considered subject to reasonable role and wider team requirements.

More details on the role can be found here.

To apply

Please complete our standard application form and return, with accompanying CV, to

Application closing date: 6pm on Friday 12 April 2024

Interviews: TBC – Week commencing 22 April 2024

About the Heritage Alliance

Established in 2002, The Heritage Alliance represents the independent heritage movement in England. We have a unique role, promoting and championing the sector in all its diversity:

  • We influence legislation and policy through our extensive links with Government, Parliament and Sector Networks
  • We bring the sector together in our advocacy and working groups, events and publications
  • We help our members and the sector grow through member-only initiatives and sector support programmes with partners like the Chartered Institute of Fundraising, Media Trust and Clore Leadership.

Our membership ranges from large bodies such as the National Trust, Historic Houses, Canal & River Trust to specialist charities and community organisations, across the breadth of sector, from museums, conservation, archaeology to science and construction.