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Job Opportunity: Director, Weald & Downland Museum
The Museum’s Trustees are looking for a new Director who is comfortable with change management and transformational situations and who will be excited by the chance to bring their own ideas into shaping the future of this wonderful Museum.
The Director will work with Trustees to ensure that the Museum develops its role as a leader in its field and raises its national and international profile, maintains collections that continue to be nationally designated, and continues to engage with new audiences through learning, social and tourism programmes.
The Director will need to be an inspiring leader with the confidence and experience to deal with people at all levels, have an appreciation of the role and needs of both the heritage and charities sectors, combined with a strong sense of financial and commercial acumen. A willingness to play a key role in future fund raising is important. Previous experience in the museums or heritage sectors, while an advantage, is not essential but applicants will be expected to demonstrate the necessary qualities to quickly establish their credentials in the sector.
Selection Process and how to apply
Selection will be by open competition which, in its final stage, will include a presentation and interview. Candidates may also be asked to provide a written paper. Applications (there is no standard application form) should include full personal and career information, including details of current reward package, together with evidence of how you meet both the job requirements and personal attributes set out above and in the appendices. Applications should be submitted by E-Mail only to the Chairman of Trustees at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should arrive no later than noon on: Wednesday, 17th February 2016.