Can you spare some time to volunteer as a trustee at an AIM member museum? If so, the following organisations would love to hear from you. These are the latest AIM member trustee vacancies for November 2017.
We are looking for up to four new Trustees to join our Board enabling us to become a more resilient museum. As a motivated and committed person, we anticipate you will have previous experience in IT, public relations, financial, business or heritage/museums.
Find out more: Gordon Chancellor, Cambridgeshire Museum Partnership Officer
T: 01223 699402
M: 07747 205575
Crystal Palace Museum – London
Crystal Palace Museum is seeking exceptional new Trustees to help keep the history of the Crystal Palace alive and position this special volunteer-led Museum at the heart of the Crystal Palace cultural community. We are seeking applicants with significant experience in: Communications; Income generation; Museum education and interpretation; and Digital.
Find out more: Please call Abbie Hayes on 07971 877 185
Ripon Museum Trust – North Yorkshire
At this exciting time of expansion, we are keen to bring our board to its full complement of nine trustees. All applicants are welcome but especially those with skill in these clusters; (i) marketing/branding/social media/commercial acumen and social entrepreneurship; (ii) staff development, human resources and performance management.
Find out more: For an informal discussion before application please contact: Richard Taylor, Chair of Trustees: 07720 751562
Burwell Museum and Windmill – Cambridgeshire
The treasurer is responsible for maintaining the accounts of the museum, banking money, internet banking, making sure that there is enough change for day-to-day running of the museum in the open season and producing accounts for project funders.
Role(s): Chair of Trustees, Secretary, Independent Trustee
Chair of the Board of Trustees
We are looking for an excellent leader to take on the role of Chair for the Board of Trustees.
We are looking for passionate individual to join our Board as a Trustee. As part of this role you are responsible for joint decision making on the future of the museum, funding allocation and legal obligations. In this role, we are specifically looking for individuals with marketing or income generation experience.
Applications close: Ongoing until roles are filled
Chair: The Ralph Allen CornerStone*, Combe Down, tells the story of Bath Stone and its influence. A Forward Plan aims for it to become a stimulating, accessible environment to display this heritage. The chair will have an interest in Combe Down and its rich history and will relish a rewarding challenge.
Treasurer: The Ralph Allen CornerStone*, Combe Down, tells the story of Bath Stone and its influence. A Forward Plan aims for it to become a stimulating and accessible environment. The treasurer will have an interest in Combe Down and its rich history, bringing financial expertise to bear on developing this little treasure.
Trustees: Ralph Allen CornerStone*, Combe Down tells the story of Bath Stone and its influence. A Forward Plan aims for it to become a stimulating, accessible environment. New trustees, interested in Combe Down and its rich history, will use their experience and skills to bring a shine to this little gem.
* The ‘Bath Stone Museum’ is a possible new name for the venue
Currently trust meetings approx. 7, forward plan meetings 4. Initially 1 or 2 days a month – reducing
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