Royal Greenwich Heritage Trust (RGHT) was formed in May 2014, to strengthen the management of important historic buildings and community assets in the Royal Borough.
Our purpose is to advance people’s understanding of the history and heritage of the Royal Borough of Greenwich and surrounding area; to conserve the heritage assets in the trust’s care and ensure that these assets – buildings and landscape, collections and archives – and the history of the Royal Borough are shared with as many people as possible. Our regular activities include learning and participation – formal and informal history and heritage learning activities (in reach and outreach); visitor services – public access to Charlton House, exhibitions and events; care of heritage assets – working with partners to manage the assets in our care; and working with volunteers.
In this role, you will use your skills to develop new audiences to celebrate the heritage assets in the care of the trust. You will understand audiences commercially, as well as from a cultural sector perspective and be able to work closely with a diverse stakeholder community, including trustees and external consultants.
As part of our leadership team you will drive strategic change, identifying programme opportunities and growing our audiences using your understanding of audience data collection and evaluation.
You will create new projects and lead a team to successfully deliver events such as the National Lottery Heritage Funded project, ‘Meet the Collections’, generating commercial and charitable income. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate previous experience in a programming role and success having created innovative and popular programmes with cross-platform activities, for example, events, conferences and exhibitions.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.