The Board of Trustees wishes to source an experienced Human Resources consultant/advisor.
Role: Freelance Consultant/Advisory Firm to support the Board of Trustees of the Priest’s House Museum in all areas of HR
Location: Working from home/office and as required at the Priest’s House Museum, The Museum of East Dorset, Wimborne, BH21 1HR
Fee: To be agreed, subject to scope of services
Reporting to: The Chair of Trustees, Mr David Morgan
Period of contract: Ongoing, depending on the requirements of the Trust
The Priest’s House Museum is a small independent charitable museum situated in the market town of Wimborne, Dorset. The Trust currently employs 9 staff and has over 150 volunteers. Following the retirement of the Priest’s House Museum Trust’s Human Resources consultant, the Board of Trustees wishes to source an experienced Human Resources consultant/advisor on an ad hoc basis.
The Trust is looking for a HR consultant/consultancy/advisory firm with a working knowledge of Human Resources management, especially in the area of change management and within the museum/charitable sector. You will be able to demonstrate appropriate experience in consulting as well as dealing with a range of HR issues. You will be a strategic thinker as well as a proactive problem solver and be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills.
An experienced consultant is required to advise and assist the Board of Trustees of the Priest’s House Museum in all areas of HR.
Qualifications and knowledge:
Please send the following:
Please send your proposal for the attention of the Chair of Trustees, Mr David Morgan by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For an informal, confidential chat in advance of your submission please contact Mr David Morgan, Chair of Trustees on 01202 821115.
Please refer to website and social media for details on background to the Trust and to see what activities are in offer.
Closing date: Monday 9 July 2018
Interviews to be held on: Tuesday 24 July 2018 with an immediate start upon appointment
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