Salary: IRO £30,000 fte
Senior Post reporting to Board Location: St Nicholas Priory
Closing Date for applications 19th October 2021
The board of St Nicholas Priory is delighted to advertise for the role of Senior Manager to support our next phase of development. The post has been made possible by a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
It is our privilege to own and manage St Nicholas Priory, the oldest building in Exeter dating back to 1087. Exeter Historic Buildings Trust was established to preserve and maintain historic buildings in and around Exeter for local people and visitors. Prior to the pandemic St Nicholas Priory had a great visitor offer and was establishing itself as a venue for performance and community events. You can find more on our website.
We have exciting plans to make St Nicholas Priory a true community hub, using history as a way of creating a sense of civic pride and personal well-being. We want to continue to enhance our visitor offer and develop income streams which will make the organisation financially sustainable in the long term.
Our recent successful application to the National Lottery Heritage Fund means we are looking forward to welcoming a new senior member of our team. Could you help us to
deliver our ambitions? More detail on the role is below.
We encourage potential applicants to contact us for an informal chat. If you live locally, we can arrange a visit to the Priory.
The principal responsibilities for this role are:
This post would report to the Board of Trustees, with line management responsibility for staff roles and some consultants where appropriate. The current staff structure chart can be found at the end of this job description. This may change after consultation with the post holder.
The person we are looking for would, ideally, have all or some of the following skills, experience and knowledge (or be able to acquire them)
1. Experience and understanding of managing organisations in a cultural, community, heritage or social enterprise context
2. Experience of developing business opportunities in a cultural, community, heritage or social enterprise context
3. Heritage Management/Arts & Cultural/Community Development qualification or experience
4. Proven ability to lead and develop a staff team and volunteer work force
5. Team Player – experience of working with Trustees, committees and working groups
6. Good level of understanding of essential policies – H&S etc
7. Competent IT skills
8. Experience of bid writing and Project Management
9. Knowledge of funding opportunities for the Cultural, Community Health, Wellbeing and Heritage sectors and the preparation of successful grant applications
10. Excellent Communication and interpersonal skills
11. Excellent organisational skills
Closing Date for applications 19th October 2021. Applications to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
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