An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and qualified professional to join the St Helena National Trust to lead the operations of this dynamic charity organisation on St Helena Island in the South Atlantic.
This job will present the successful candidate with the opportunity to lead an organisation on the move doing great things for St Helena, her people and their heritage. Your role will be varied with a healthy mix of administrative and strategic responsibilities.
Applicants must be dynamic, exceptionally organized, highly motivated, focused, a strong communicator and negotiator, and have a proven track-record of leadership in the charity sector. Experience working with diverse communities in isolated island environments and forging strong collaborative working relationships will be strongly favoured.
The Trust is an independent non-governmental organisation, established by law, and driven by a passion for St Helena and our built, cultural, and natural heritage. We have a strong emphasis on team-work, collaboration and believe that our people are the greatest asset that we have.
If you have a passion for heritage and the environment, are a capable and collaborative leader, and would like to join an organisation leading the way in the charity sector on St Helena then we want to hear from you. The salary for the post is depending on qualifications and experience with an initial contract term of 3 years.
A full job description can be obtained by clicking here or from the St Helena National Trust office at Broadway House, Jamestown. Alternatively email Ethel Yon, President of the Trust Council, at email@example.com. Applications should be in the form of a CV and Cover letter indicating how you meet the requirements of the job description.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Friday 7 June @ 16:00 GMT
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