Trustee vacancy – National Justice Museum

Supporting our Chief Executive, and her executive team in implementing the museum’s business recovery plans as quickly as possible is the priority of the Board currently. We are seeking to recruit one or more new trustees with a background in finance, accountancy or business planning who would be interested in joining us as the museum takes these next important steps forward and who would be prepared to serve as members of the Trust’s Finance and Audit Committee.

The Trustees have ultimate responsibility for the National Justice Museum and each Trustee shares collective responsibility for its governance.

The role of the Trustee, with fellow Trustees, is to ensure that the Museum has a clear vision and strategic direction, is sustainable, complies with the law and delivers the charitable outcomes for the benefit of the public.

The Trustee brings judgement and personal skills and experience to contribute to the success of the Museum.

The Trustee upholds the values of the Museum and membership of the Board reflects a commitment to being a member of an organisation that is representative and inclusive.

Number of meetings per annum/time commitment: 8 meetings per annum, 4 board and 4 finance and audit committee

Daytime or evening meetings: Daytime

Closing date for applications: 24 June 2022

Contact details for applicants to find out more:

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