National Trust is Wales’ largest charity with over one hundred and fifty thousand members and six thousand volunteers.  The Trust protects and opens to the public some of Wales’ finest castles, houses, gardens and industrial sites as well as one hundred and sixty miles of coastline and thousands of acres of the Welsh countryside.


In a time of change and uncertainty the Trust in Wales is looking for three new advisory board members, particularly  people with knowledge/experience in the tourism, museum interpretation and political decision making areas,  who will work with us to grow the triple bottom line strategy of the Trust.  Simply put, to balance conservation excellence, financial strength and at the same time deliver for the people of Wales and those that visit our country a wonderful and rewarding experience.


With senior leadership experience behind you, you’ll use your excellent

influencing and advocacy skills to champion new approaches and innovative thinking, helping us raise our profile amongst people of all ages and backgrounds. We appreciate that it’s a big task and that is why this role is so important, why your ability to think strategically is so vital.


It’s an exciting time to be part of the National Trust in Wales. For further information and to apply, please email Elizabeth.wagstaff@nationaltrust.org.uk or call 07770542939


Closing date: …3 April 2016…………………..


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