The National Motor Museum Trust is recruiting volunteers who can bring significant expertise and enthusiasm to the trustee board.
Founded in 1972, the National Motor Museum has grown to become a leading independent museum and charity with a mission to engage and inspire visitors, as well as preserve and promote motoring history. The museum’s range of vehicles spans from the earliest motor carriages to legendary Land Speed Record breakers, and its extensive collection of motoring objects, photographic images, film and video and library material has been designated by the Arts Council England as being of international importance.
The board is looking to strengthen skills in the areas of stakeholder engagement, income generation and fundraising, museum and archives management, education and learning, financial management and reaching out to the historic motoring movement.
We wish to recruit trustees with expertise in museums, archives and education in order to strengthen our trustee board. As an Accredited Museum, the Trust adheres to nationally agreed standards of good practice and governance. New trustees would help to ensure that the organisation has a clear vision, complies with the relevant legal and regulatory requirements and is governed at the highest possible standard. This role would involve attending trustee meetings and providing support and advice to senior management.
We also welcome applications from those who have the skills, time and interest but who prefer to become advisors or ambassadors for the Museum rather than formally take on trustee responsibilities.
Closing date for applications Friday 15th November 2019.
For further information, or to set up an informal conversation, please email Anna-Marie.O’Connor@beaulieu.co.uk