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Vacancy - Evaluation & Data Officer

15 May 2023

The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) is currently seeking an Evaluation & Data Officer. The role, which is hybrid, is to develop and implement an effective monitoring and evaluation framework for the AHF’s Heritage Development Trust programme, a UK-wide partnership programme funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. It also requires one to manage, monitor, and develop new systems as necessary to evaluate the AHF’s broader activities against the aims and objectives stated in our Strategy 2023-2028, including measuring, and analysing the impact of our support on projects and the impacts of projects within their communities.

We are looking for a candidate with excellent analytical and problem-solving ability who can work effectively as a member of a team. The candidate must be data driven with experience of analysing and interpreting qualitative and quantitative data and, providing strategic reports. It is essential that the candidate has previously been involved in the creation and implementation of research and evaluation programmes.

Ideally candidates will have experience working with or knowledge of the National Lottery Heritage Fund’s Outcomes Framework, and/or have experience supporting the development of corporate strategies using data analysis. Also, a demonstrable interest in, and commitment to, built heritage and the AHF’s mission – to help deliver a sustainable future for historic buildings throughout the UK through community enterprise.

Vacancy: Evaluation & Data Officer
Salary: £37,468 FTE (0.8 pro-rata)
Duration: Three years commencing 2023/24
Application: Please submit a CV and a covering letter by email to
Deadline: 18 June 2023
Interview: w/c 3rd July 2023

For a full job description please click here.

This role has been made possible through support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and thanks to National Lottery players.

About the AHF

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. You can find more details of the AHF and the impact of our work at:

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 apply for this post, please send a CV and a covering letter (by email only) that demonstrates your suitability for the vacancy and your geographic preference to Your application should reach us no later than 18th June 2023. We will contact you if you have been selected for interview; interviews will take place the week commencing 3rd July in London.


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