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VACANCY FOR CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

7 February 2020

The Crichton Trust is currently seeking a Chief Operating Officer (COO) to lead The Trust through a period of unprecedented growth and development. If you are excited by a vision for The Crichton to become a world-renowned place for inspiring people, catalysing connection and collaboration, and as a driver of innovation, we want to hear from you.

This is a rare opportunity to use your extensive operational leadership and financial acumen to make a lasting impact on an innovative, ambitious charity and social enterprise which self generates income from a diverse hospitality, venue and property business.

As the COO you will play a critical role in the Trust’s custodianship of our historic Estate and help us connect people, place and the past, to shape the future. You will secure the functionality of our business, drive extensive and sustainable growth and oversee the Trust’s operations and procedures.

Day-to-day, you will manage the core work programme through supporting, leading and motivating the Executive Management Team and taking responsibility for the efficiency of business and competent financial leadership. The role will include deputising for the Chief Executive Officer, while they work to extend and further develop project work, by engaging with a wider set of external stakeholders, collaborators and partners.

Come join The Crichton team in generating answers to the big challenges of our time in relation to our ageing society, the urgent need for carbon reduction and the rise of the knowledge economy (the Future Economy).

For more information about the role please refer to the Vacancies page on The Crichton Trust website. Applications close at 5pm on Monday 2nd March 2020.

Gwilym Gibbons, Chief Executive Officer at The Crichton Trust welcomes informal enquiries from anyone who may interested in discussing the role.

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