ARTISTIC DIRECTOR & CHIEF EXECUTIVE

Up to £50,000 (full time, permanent)

Rothesay Pavilion SCIO is looking for a dynamic individual to lead the magnificent Rothesay Pavilion on the Isle of Bute, which re-opens in 2019 as a major arts & cultural centre after a £14million refurbishment.

You will lead on the artistic programme, manage staff and report directly to Rothesay Pavilion board on all aspects of fund-raising, finance, strategy, communications, and partnerships. You will have extensive experience in a leadership role in an arts or cultural organisation, and a substantial record of producing and/or curating arts programmes with a diverse appeal to local, national and international audiences.

For further details and an application pack, contact Administrator, Laura Edwards, laura@rothesaypavilion.co.uk

Closing date: 26 April.  Interviews will be held in Rothesay on 18 May. 

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This post is supported by the HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND

 

treasurer, rothesay pavilion charity board

Voluntary position, reasonable expenses covered

We are seeking someone to become involved as Treasurer of the Rothesay Pavilion SCIO and play a key role in the development of this young and dynamic organisation in the run-up to the reopening of the Pavilion in autumn 2019.

Day to day financial management of the organisation rests with the CEO, helped by the Administrator. The main responsibility of Treasurer is therefore to advise the board on the strategic management of the charity’s finances, and to ensure that the Board meets its financial responsibilities as a charity. Specifically, the Treasurer will work with the CEO to ensure a set of management accounts is presented at the quarterly Board meetings, that an auditor is appointed, and that a set of accounts are presented in an annual report to OSCR.

We are looking for an individual with an appropriate professional background to become Treasurer and major member of the Board. We hope to appoint someone who will make a significant contribution, not only to the Pavilion project, but through its development, the future social and economic development of the Isle of Bute.

To discuss this role and/or request an application pack please contact: Dr Nick Merriman, Chair, Rothesay Pavilion SCIO chair@rothesaypavilion.co.uk