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Volunteering Opportunity: VO81703

  • Chairman of Board of Trustees
    with The Scottish Fisheries Museum.

    Created/last updated: 04/08/2020


    About this opportunity:The Scottish Fisheries Museum, based in Anstruther, Fife, established in 1959, has reached an exciting stage in development, poised to consolidate and extend its outreach as a premier educational and tourist attraction in the East Neuk
     •  Due to the retirement of the present Chairman in May, the Trustees are inviting applications for a successor to this appointment, candidates with senior leadership experience, 'networking' skill, comfortable in strengthening links with government agencies, NGO's, funding institutions and other supporters, and acting as an active champion for the Museum
     •  Persons who would like to register an interest in this appointment should complete the web form at the bottom this page
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    Takes place:
    morningsafternoonsevenings
    Mondays
    Tuesdays
    Wednesdays
    Thursdays
    Fridays
    Saturdays
    Sundays
    Minimum age:none specified - most organisations will work with volunteers aged 16 and over
    Maximum age:100
    Training provided:Support from management team and Board members.
    Out of pocket expenses paid?
    No

    Experience required:Leadership; Networking; Strengthening links with various statutory, independent and third sector organisations as well as supporters.

    Restrictions on who can volunteer
    No restrictions were specified.

    Application process:Informal Chat; Interview; References; Trial Period

    Taster available?No, not for this opportunity.

    Travel DetailsThe Scottish Fisheries Museum, St Ayles Harbourhead, Anstruther, KY10 3AB

    Saltire AwardThis opportunity is not suitable for Saltire Awards (for volunteers aged 12-25).