Job Vacancy | Head of Operations of The National Museum of Ireland

Application deadline: 8 July, 5pm.

The National Museum of Ireland is seeking applications from suitable candidates to fill the post of Head of Operations. Salary scale for this position is Principal Officer PPC Scale: €85,823 – €105,552.

Engaging over one million visitors annually with a national collection of outstanding significance globally, the National Museum of Ireland (NMI) is Ireland’s largest national cultural institution consisting of four museums situated in Dublin and Mayo – (Museum of Decorative Arts and History at Collins Barracks, Museum of Archaeology at Kildare Street, Natural History Museum on Merrion Street and Museum of Country Life in Turlough Park).

A senior leadership role within NMI, the Head of Operations will report to the Director and be a key member of the senior management team. The Head of Operations will ensure the highest quality systems, procedures and work practices are in place across the full range of corporate services to fully support the strategic plan for NMI.

This exciting role will demand an individual with a passion for high standards and quality outputs and a proven track record of monitoring and improving performance, as well as innovating, and mirroring best practice across all operational support functions. These functions include Finance, IT, Corporate Governance, Marketing and Communications, Facilities and Procurement. The Head of Operations will have overall responsibility for more than 100 staff across a number of functions and sites.

Following the launch of our fifteen-year Master Vision in 2018, NMI is poised to deliver increased capacity and change within the organisation ensuring the needs of a 21st century museum are met.

The post-holder will be based in the National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History, Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7. The position may entail travel to other sites of the National Museum of Ireland as required.

Click here for further information and details of the application process: irishmuseums.org/…

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