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Executive Director

Employer
World Monuments Fund Britain Ltd
Location
London, with national and international travel
Salary
£90,000 plus a contributory pension
Closing date
16 Dec 2022

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Sector
Not for Profit / Charity
Responsibilities
Strategy, Governance
Position/Level
CEO
Contract Type
Permanent
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The Trustees of World Monuments Fund Britain (WMFB) are seeking a new Executive Director to lead this active and ambitious charity to safeguard irreplaceable heritage in the UK and to support World Monuments Fund in its global mission.

This is a highly rewarding opportunity for a creative and energetic leader to make a real difference in the conservation of extraordinary historic buildings, landscapes and monuments and to the people who care for them.

We are looking for a person who can substantially grow our support and make a step change to our visibility. You will have a proven track record as a big-picture and creative thinker and a networked strategic fundraiser with the vision and skills to successfully enable WMFB to secure the future of exceptional heritage throughout the United Kingdom via fundraising, conservation management, education, advocacy, and partnership building

Based in London and reporting to WMFB’s Board of Trustees, you will lead a small but experienced team, and be the key representative of the UK charity with WMF Headquarters in the USA. You will also be an important voice in WMFs International Leadership team, liaising with colleagues in New York and with other affiliate leads across the world.

To apply: please send a covering letter outlining your interest in this position, explaining why your experience fits the role, and a CV with references by clicking on the apply button.

 

Closing Date for applications: Friday 16th December 2022

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