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Advert Date:   Thursday, 6th January 2022
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Job Title:   Museum and Gallery Director
Organisation:   Broadway Museum & Art Gallery
Salary:   c. £30,000 p.a.
Type:   Full-Time Position
Location:   Broadway, Worcestershire, England
Closing Date:   Friday, 28th January 2022
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  Job Description
Role Museum and Gallery Director

Salary In the region of £30,000 per annum

Job Purpose To lead the management and development of the museum, raising its profile and attracting both visitors, Friends and Patrons.
The day-to-day running of the museum and management of staff and volunteers.
Maintain the Environmental Management System and nurture the museum’s partnership with the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University.

Responsible to Chairman and Trustees

Direct Reports Part-time staff and Volunteers

Key Responsibilities
• The management and development of the museum, its day-to-day operations, finances, shop, educational programmes, events management and services for visitors.
• To contribute to the strategic vision and future planning for the museum, with financial forecasts, KPIs and targets.
• To maintain an annual operational plan, budget and cash-flow.
• Income generation with a view to increasing resources from Friends, Patrons, Benefactors and other sources as well as from community, corporate and private events.
• Nurturing and increasing the role of volunteers in the museum.
• Establish good relations with key sectors of the community and press.
• Manage the production and publication of publicity material and digital media campaigns.
• Provide schools and colleges with appropriate learning opportunities, particularly those in Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.
• The administration of the museum’s lecture series.
  Required Skills / Qualifications
• Broad range of skills in organizational management in a cultural or commercial organization of similar scale.
• Experience in management of staff and volunteers and team building to create a positive culture.
• Ability to manage budgets and finance.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office 365 applications including Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Publisher.
• Highly organized and able to multi-task effectively to meet deadlines.
• Excellent interpersonal skills.
• Ability to devise appropriate social media campaigns to enhance both the reputation and reach of the museum.

• A degree or highly relevant experience including business planning in a Trustee environment.
• Knowledge of the Charity environment and Charity Commission requirements as well as HMRC requirements.
  Application Instructions
To apply: Please send a CV including contact details for two referees and a covering letter to:
Dr Malcolm Rogers, Chairman
The covering letter should be no longer than 500 words and detail your skills and experiences in relation to the key responsibilities and requirements listed in the job description. These should be sent as PDF attachments to your email.
Prospective candidates may contact the museum ( if they wish to arrange a visit to the Museum, accompanied by the Chairman or a Trustee, prior to the deadline for applications.

Interviews will take place from Friday 4 February 2022 and will be conducted in-person at the museum. However, if the situation relating to Covid should change and we are no longer able to do this, then interviews will be conducted via Teams or Zoom.
Contact Name:   Mrs Sharon Stirling
Contact Tel:     01386 859 047
Contact Fax:  
Contact Email:
Address:   Tudor House, 65 High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire.