Job Opportunities: People’s History Museum

Head of Business Development
Salary: c. £30,000 plus Greater Manchester Pension Fund membership
Contract: Four years (with possible extension)
Hours: Full time, 35 hours
Closing date: 9am 12th March 2018
Interview date: 20th or 21st March 2018

Are you looking for an exciting new senior management opportunity leading a diverse Business Development Team? Are you dynamic, enthusiastic, experienced and able to think creatively about business development within a values driven organisation?

The People’s History Museum (PHM) is seeking to appoint a Head of Business Development who will sit within the museum’s Senior Management Team (SMT) as the museum becomes an Arts Council NPO for the first time.

This is an exciting time for a business development professional to join the team. With a new Business Plan in place for 2018-2022 the museum is ambitious for the future and looking to maximise the impact of all of its business development activities. The museum is implementing a new programme-led approach and you and your team will make the most of the fundraising, income generation, communications and digital opportunities this new approach creates over the coming four years.

 

Executive Assistant
Salary: c. £20,000 plus Greater Manchester Pension Fund membership
Contract: Two years (with possible extension)
Hours: Full time, 35 hours
Closing date: 9am 12th March 2018
Interview date: 20th or 21st March 2018

Are you looking for a new administrative or executive opportunity within the museums, arts and culture sector, working as part of a passionate and enthusiastic team?

The People’s History Museum (PHM) is looking to appoint a highly professional, organised and friendly Executive Assistant to support the Director and Senior Management Team (SMT).

This is a new post created to provide administrative and executive support to SMT at an exciting time for the museum. Becoming an Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) for the first time and with a new Business Plan in place for 2018-2022 the museum is incredibly ambitious for the future.

You will be responsible for a wide range of administrative and executive tasks as required by the team, including:

  • The administration and organisation of the museum’s Board of Trustees meetings, Trading Company Board meetings and Audit & Risk Committee meetings
  • Assistance with fundraising and business development as set out in the museum’s Business Plan and Fundraising Strategy
  • Support with the monitoring and reporting required for each of the museum’s main funders and stakeholders, as well as maintaining relationships with stakeholders through effective communications and timely reporting

For further details and to download the job descriptions please go to http://www.phm.org.uk/about-us/vacancies/.

For enquires relating to either post, please contact Katy Ashton, Director at katy.ashton@phm.org.uk or 0161 838 9190.

 

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