Trustees

We are seeking to recruit a voluntary Treasurer and voluntary Honorary Secretary to join the Board of Trustees.

We are looking to recruit a Treasurer and Honorary Secretary to join our Board of Trustees. Both are voluntary roles and will involve working with Chairman, Professor Nigel Lewellyn, and the NHSF administrator to whom operations are outsourced.

Treasurer

Our Treasurer has traditionally been appointed from within our Board of Trustees but as we move to a smaller trustee body with a more strategic focus, we are now looking for someone with a financial background or previous experience as a Treasurer to join the Board. The role involves oversight of finances, budget preparation and reporting. Day to day financial processes are outsourced and managed through QuickBooks.

Role description for Treasurer (pdf)

Closing date for applications is 5.00pm on 16th September 2019.

Honorary Secretary

This is a new role, the focus of which is to provide a secretariat to the Board of Trustees and lead on Charity Commission compliance. There is support available from the exernal consultant to whom operations are outsourced. 

Role description for Honorary Secretary (pdf)

Closing date for applications is 5.00pm on 6th September 2019.

Please see the role descriptions for how to apply and email a covering letter and CV to Caroline Peach at administrator@heritagescienceforum.org.uk

 

Current trustees:

Dr Lora Angelova, The National Archives

Daniel Bone, Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Gill Campbell, Historic England

Professor May Cassar, Institute of Sustainable Heritage, UCL

Dr Paul Garside, British Library

Professor Carl Heron, The British Museum

John Jackson, Natural History Museum

Professor Nigel Llewellyn, Chairman

Katy Lithgow, National Trust

Dr Bronwyn Ormsby, Tate

Dr Paola Ricciardi, University of Cambridge Museums

Jacqueline Ridge, National Galleries Scotland

Professor Mary Ryan, Imperial College London

David Thickett, English Heritage

Dr Aurelie Turmel, Historic Environment Scotland

Dr Constantina Vlachou, Historic Royal Palaces

Professor David Watkinson, Cardiff University