Charity registered in Scotland SC042084
The post holder is principally responsible for the smooth running of the Museum’s support functions, including inbound communications (mail and telephone), maintenance of office equipment, maintenance of personnel attendance and pay records and maintenance of accounting records, including the fundraising database.
The post holder is also responsible for providing administrative support to allocated Regimental functions, including the Ball, Dinner Club and Thin Red Line magazine.
The post holder is further responsible for providing administrative support to the Regimental Association in conjunction with the Secretary and Treasurer of the Regimental Association.
A full Job Description is available for download below.
Reporting to the Chairmen of the Regimental and Museum Trusts you will be principally responsible for managing the operation of the Regimental Museum in Stirling Castle in partnership with Historic Environment Scotland, and for delivering the charitable objectives of the two Trusts in accordance with their Deeds of Trust and respective business plans.
To work with the Trustees to develop plans and policies and to lead the organisation, ensuring its sustainability into the future.
Main duties and responsibilities
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate experience in the following: