JOB: FREELANCE CONSULTANT, ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY
Maintaining and developing financial viability presents a real challenge for many heritage organisations. A project developed by Museum Development Officers in the West of England is enabling 6 independent Accredited museums to take stock and focus on this aspect of their organisation so that they can work towards being in the best place to face the challenges of a changing economic climate.
This consortium is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced freelance consultant(s)* with considerable knowledge and expertise of current financial and economic sustainability in relation to cultural sector organisations.
*Whilst these are offered as separate contracts of work with each museum, consultants are welcome to submit multiple tenders as appropriate.
- Closing Date Monday June 2
- Interview Date Friday June 20
- Start Date Tuesday July 1
Contract details for the museums are as follows:
- Bath Postal Museum
- Dean Heritage Centre, Gloucs
- Museum of East Asian Art, Bath
- Pewsey Heritage Centre, Wilts
- Radstock Museum
- University of Bristol Theatre Collection
Please email Julie Reynolds by Monday June 2 a letter of application detailing your relevant knowledge, skills and experience including an estimation of your travel costs (not exceeding 2 sides of A4), together with your CV plus the contact details of two referees.
Interview: Friday 20 June at Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre in Chippenham
Start Date: Tuesday 1 July
If you have not heard by Monday 9 June, please assume that on this occasion that you are not being invited to interview.
For an informal discussion or additional information please contact: Sarah Lewis, Project Manager on 07939 304322 or Tim Burge, Wiltshire Museums Officer on 01249 705523