Royal Pavilion & Museums seeks candidates for new cultural trust
Brighton & Hove’s Royal Pavilion & Museums (RPM) is recruiting trustees and a chair for its new cultural trust shadow board.
The city council currently manages the Royal Pavilion & Museums and is creating a charitable trust to manage its service operation and development in future. The trust is seen as a significant step towards the future aim of creating a dynamic, resilient cultural and heritage trust for the city, bringing together RPM and Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival in a single entity.
The shadow board will guide the inception of the new organisation and help shape its structure and governance as well as new ways of working.
Brighton & Hove City Council is looking to create a diverse board and applications from all sections of the community are welcome.
Applicants should have an understanding and passion for heritage, museums and collections and their social role and purpose. Demonstrable experience or a professional qualification in a range of sectors, including culture, arts, heritage, legal, charity, finance, property or transformational change, will be relevant to the role.
For more details and recruitment pack please follow the link: http://brightonmuseums.org.uk/NewTrustees
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