On the banks of stunning Loch Tay you will find the Scottish Crannog Centre; an incredible museum which is about to embark upon a multi-million-pound expansion that will create one of Scotland’s foremost visitor attractions and a world-class heritage site.
This development will be Scotland’s most sustainable deliver significant socio-economic benefit for this rural area with an estimated 50,000 visitors annually and 50 new jobs.
The Scottish Crannog Centre is owned and operated by the Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology. The Board of Trustees is now recruiting a new Trustee from a financial background who can support the upcoming expansion of the Centre by using their experience and knowledge to help create new financial systems and processes.
If you want to use your experience to help a charity create Scotland’s most sustainable museum that will attract an estimated 50,000 visitors annually and create 50 jobs in a rural community, then please contact BTA for more information and details on how to apply.
Closing Date: Noon, Wednesday 2nd December 2020
For more information about this role, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01786 542 224