Trustee of the Wallace Collection
Closing date for Applications: Monday, September 12th, 2016
The Wallace Collection is currently inviting applications to fill a number of Trustees roles which will become vacant in Jan 2017.
The chief role of the Trustees is to assist the Chair in meeting the Board’s overall responsibilities, in accordance with their statutory duties and the policies of the Secretary of State. They must be able to attend the meetings of the Board, and such other meetings as may be necessary. Board meetings are normally held four times a year.
The Board of Trustees offers guidance and expertise to the Executive (the Director and staff of the Wallace Collection). They must be positive and passionate advocates for the museum and its core mission, and must ensure that its affairs as an Exempt Charity are conducted with probity.
The museum is seeking four Trustees who will be able to bring specific skills. The criteria applicable to all four appointments are as follows:
Each of the new Trustees will need enthusiasm for the museum and its work and will be able to devote sufficient time and energy to act as an effective member of the Board.
They will need a strong interest in the collections and the scholarly aims of the museum.
They will need a strong interest in the educational mission of the museum and share its commitment to encourage the enthusiasm for and knowledge of art, history and design from the Middle Ages to the nineteenth century across a wide range of audiences.
They will also need a sound sense of general financial and funding imperatives which apply to the Wallace Collection, where an imaginative approach to fundraising is very important.
For more specific information on each role and for details on how to apply, please click on the link to the role description below.
- Required Documents
- Full Job Description
Senior Education Officer: Community and Access Programmes
Closing date for Applications: Sunday, September 25th, 2016
Maternity Cover, 9 months (with the possibility of extension to 12 months)
The Education department have an upcoming maternity cover for the role of Senior Officer: Community and Access Programmes.
This role will maintain our current activities for community groups, identify new audiences and develop projects to support on- and off-site learning for groups and individuals currently under-represented among the Wallace Collection's visitors, including visitors with disabilities. As a part of the Access events programme, the education officer will manages the programme of Access events. Programmes will be devised around both the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions.
For more information and details of the full job description, please click on the link below.
REMUNERATION AND WORKING HOURS
The salary for this post will be between £23-25,000 per annum (pro-rata), dependent on experience. In addition, the postholder will receive 25 days paid annual leave and 2.5 “privilege days” per year (pro rata). For this post, the normal working week is a five day week from Monday to Friday and the normal working day will be 9am to 5pm. However, some flexibility will be expected as the need to do occasional evening and weekend duties will be required for which time off in lieu will be granted.
The closing date for applications is: Sunday 25 September 2016 (midnight)
Interviews will take place: w/c 10 October 2016
If you have not heard from us within four weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Please ensure that you complete the Equal Opportunities Form and return it together with the Application Form in one email.
The Wallace Collection is an equal opportunities employer