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Heritage Job Opportunities with DHBT

Updated: Feb 6

'Saving our Heritage for Everyone' is a two year project, starting in March 2024. Funding has been awarded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund to help us to build organisational resilience. 




As part of the project there are two new exciting part-time, fixed term contract opportunities:


Heritage Development Officer (HDO)


  • 32 hours a week until end of February 2026

  • £35,000 per annum pro rata

  • Closing date: Monday 26th February at 5pm


To support the DHBT in their mission to identify buildings at risk and work with others to propose sustainable new uses.

The HDO will ensure the DHBT becomes a more resilient organisation that will save, sustain and champion vulnerable heritage buildings in Derbyshire for the benefit of local communities.


A key aspect of the HDO role is to work in partnership with representatives from the West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust to test and develop their Buildings at Risk app, which they have commissioned following a Capacity Building grant from Historic England.


For full details and to find out how to apply download the role profile here.


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Heritage Training & Skills Coordinator (HTSC)


  • 24 hours a week until end of February 2026

  • £35,000 per annum pro rata

  • Closing date: Monday 26th February at 5pm


To support the DHBT to achieve their mission to inspire people by sharing knowledge through the DHBT Academy that will enhance the care of historic buildings in Derbyshire.


The HTSC will be working towards DHBT's vision to be the source of knowledge and a centre for coordinating the rescue and care of Derbyshire's built heritage.


They will undertake detailed research and development work to devise a formal and replicable strategy to ensure traditional building skills training is incorporated into all DHBT's future capital projects. They will identify potential partners and establish roles, responsibilities and resources based on an understanding of the needs of the workforce and the local community.

For full details and to find out how to apply, download the role profile here:


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