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

NHSF is in a period of transition to a smaller Trustee Board that will focus on the strategic direction of the charity, demonstration of public benefit, compliance with relevant legislation and continuing financial stability. The work to deliver the strategic framework for Heritage Science and NHSF's policy activity will be led by members through three working groups with support from an external consultant.

The Treasurer and Honorary Secretary will join a Board of Trustees that is led by Chairman Professor Nigel Llewellyn and made up of individuals from NHSF's member organisations.

Role description for Treasurer

Role description for Honorary Secretary

Closing date for applications for both roles is 5.00pm on 17th June 2019. Please see the role descriptions for how to apply.


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