The Chief Executive will nurture and provide inspiration, ambition, creativity, and strategic direction for the organisation. They will focus on bringing out the best of our people and collections, and ensuring financial sustainability through exemplary leadership and team management.
The Chief Executive will lead organisational transformation that supports the delivery of the Strategy 2030, meets the changing and diverse needs of the communities of Wales, and promotes the history and culture of Wales to visitors and international audiences.
37 hours per week
The role is offered for an initial 5-year term, with the potential to be extended for a further 5-year term.
Salary range £100-£110k
Fluency in Welsh is not a prerequisite for the role. However, we are looking for a commitment to reaching a working knowledge of Welsh within 2 years (supported by the organisation through training).
Amgueddfa Cymru is a carbon literate organisation. We encourage our staff to complete carbon literacy training within their first six months and welcome any candidates already accredited with the Carbon Literacy Project.
Applications can be submitted in Welsh. Applications that are submitted in Welsh will be treated no less favourably than those submitted in English. We would also ask that you complete our Equality and Diversity monitoring form and submit it with your application. This will help us assess this recruitment process, but it will not form part of the application assessment process.
We are working with AEM International as our recruitment consultant. To apply, please send a CV and a covering letter stating why you think you are suitable for the job to Heather Newill, Director, AEM International. Letters should be no more than 3 pages. All applications will be acknowledged.
Closing Date: 9 June by 5pm
Interview Date: 24 and 31 July
For further information and to download our candidate pack please visit our website.
Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales is an equal opportunities employer.
Applications are welcome from all sections of the community.