We are seeking a Chief Executive Officer to provide inspirational leadership, fundraise and develop multi-strand programmes, manage the executive team and represent the charity in public fora and committees.
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: Circa £55,000
The CEO is directly accountable to the Board of Trustees for all activities of the charity. The CEO has primary responsibility for all the management and affairs of the charity including but not limited to the following key areas of accountability:
- Leadership and Vision: deliver our Charitable Objects by driving and developing
the strategic vision for our work on behalf of the public, and leading by example
to provide effective operational oversight.
- Finance and Fundraising: manage all financial aspects of the charity including
profit and loss, forecasting, maintaining revenue growth from multiple channels,
and developing existing and new funding relationships and revenue streams.
- Arts and Heritage: manage all aspects of our arts and heritage status including
our museum, collection and heritage society, raise our profile within the cultural
arts and heritage sector, and lead us to become a National Portfolio
- Team and Resources: directly manage the executive team, lead the team
overall and oversee the museum and learning and vocational programmes that
the charity delivers, working collaboratively to craft an organisational culture
that upholds our values.
- Project Management and Risks: commit to effective governance as the
foundation of all operations and projects, maintain all policies as set by the
Board of Trustees, ensure transparent and publicly accessible processes and
manage our short and long term risk register.
- Stakeholders and Relationships: represent the charity to all internal and
external stakeholders and media representatives, ensuring timely and relevant
communication as necessary, whilst working to increase our public profile.
Deadline: Wednesday 27th April 2022, 9 am
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