SAVE is hiring: Part-time Events Co-ordinator

SAVE events collage


9th June 2022

Do you care about historic buildings and places? Do you want to be part of a national campaigning charity that fights to protect them? Join the SAVE Britain’s Heritage team as our part-time Events Co-ordinator

Events Co-ordinator

Part time 2 days a week

Salary band £24- 27k pro-rata

SAVE is looking for a highly organised and motivated part-time Events Co-ordinator to join our team. This is an opportunity to help us build on our successful online and in person events to help us deliver our exciting programme of talks, walking tours and special visits. Our events are central to helping us reach new audiences and update our supporters on key battles, major campaigns and our Buildings at Risk work. See our current and previous events on our website here

Job criteria

:: Co-ordinate a programme of events aimed at retaining existing supporters and widening our reach including in person and on-line events

:: Co-ordinate promotion of events across social platforms

:: Oversee Eventbrite ticketing and Zoom platforms

:: Co-ordinate feedback for future event programming and organisation



:: Excellent communication skills, both oral and written

:: Video editing

:: Ability to work on own initiative (and under instruction)

:: Excellent interpersonal skills (including the ability to work well with colleagues at all organisational levels)

:: Demonstrable track record in successfully using Zoom platforms for events

:: Good computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite



:: Annual leave: 25 days (FTE) plus office closure between Christmas and New Year

:: Professional development training opportunities

:: Access to bike to work scheme


About SAVE Britain’s Heritage

SAVE is national, independent charity that exists to defend historic buildings and places from demolition. We stand out from other organisations in our field by working with architects, engineers and investors to come up with alternative schemes to avoid needless losses. Where necessary, and with legal advice, we fight cases at public inquiries, judicial reviews or seek other legal routes.

We are a small, friendly and lively organisation working out of shared offices in Clerkenwell, London. We have 6 members of staff comprising the Director, Executive President, Editorial and Communications Manager, Conservation Officer, Buildings at Risk Officer and Office Administrator all working full or part time. The office is supported by a Trustee Board, volunteers and a network of advisers.


How to apply:

To apply send your CV and covering letter setting out why you are the right person for the role in relation to your skills and experience to Leigh Stanford at

Closing date: Sunday 3rd July 2022