Why work at the National Lottery Heritage Fund?
Thank you for showing an interest in working at The National Lottery Heritage Fund. We support all types of heritage in every part of the UK. That might include a local park, a stunning landscape, a historic building or a collection of memories. We are passionate about the difference this heritage makes to people’s lives.
Why work for English Heritage?
The skill, knowledge, commitment and enthusiasm of our staff and volunteers make English Heritage a special place to work. The range of roles and expertise is immense and draws people from a wide range of sectors and backgrounds.
Who is the chief executive of English Heritage?
Chief Executive. Kate Mavor is the Chief Executive of English Heritage. She was formerly the Chief Executive of the National Trust for Scotland, where she arrived at a moment of financial crisis for the Trust.
Where are the History Makers this summer?
These are the History Makers and they’re waiting for you at English Heritage events across the country throughout the summer. We visited these passionate and dedicated reenactors at their homes, from mid-Wales to the East Midlands, to see how they’ve been preparing to return to work at the most unusual of jobs.
What does the National Lottery Community Fund do with my data?
The National Lottery Community Fund respects your privacy and is committed to protecting your personal data. This privacy notice explains the type of personal data we collect from job applicants and the basis for processing that data. We are here for communities – all communities – across the UK.
Is National Lottery funding for everyone?
This is why, as the UK’s largest community funder, we strive to ensure that National Lottery funding is for everyone, no matter what their starting point. Equality, diversity and inclusion in our grant-making, and amongst our people, are all vital to our success in supporting people and communities to thrive.