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SummaryWe are looking for a Compliance lead to ensure our museum adheres to legal standards and in-house policies.
This is a great opportunity for someone with risk and compliance experience who is looking to support the journey of a historic building in its transition to a Charity providing a local community and education hub.
Having already given so much to the local community this building continues to do so as a hub for older residents combating loneliness to meet and chat over a coffee. The building is also used to educate school children and local youth groups.
Remotely we work in America to find and support families of those who served at the airfield to ensure they remain in touch and can find out more about their forefathers and their achievements at Seething.
In Summary the tower museum caters to a diverse range of visitors and supporters locally and internationally ensuring the history and sacrifice is always remembered while we also look to the future supporting the diverse community around us and overseas.
We are looking for a Compliance lead to ensure our museum adheres to legal standards and in-house policies. You will be a crucial part of the team responsible for ensuring we are aware of and adhering to all relevant regulations as well as provide guidance on compliance matters in our journey to Charity status.
- Develop and oversee control systems to ensure we adhere to legal guidelines and internal policies
- Evaluate the efficiency of risk assessments and controls for potential development/improvement
- Revise procedures, reports etc. periodically to identify hidden risks or non-conformity issues
- Draft, modify and implement museum policies
- Collaborate with other museums to monitor standards and regulations
- Assess the museums future ventures to identify possible compliance risks
- Review the work of colleagues when necessary to identify compliance issues and provide advice or training
- Keep abreast of regulatory developments outside of the museum as well as evolving best practices in compliance control
- Prepare reports for the committee or external regulatory bodies as appropriate
🗣️ Native language skills
What we will provide to volunteers🤝 Extra support
About Seething Control Tower Museum
The Control Tower is a living memorial to those who served in the 448th Bomb Group 1943-45.
There’s something for everyone. A former control tower and a Nissen Hut house a wide range of interesting artefacts, exhibits and photographs and you can read stories written by those who served at Station 146. Learn about the social history of the area as well. We also have activities for our younger visitors.
We have fantastic group of volunteers and are always on the look out for anyone who would like to join us.
We would love you to come and visit, if you like the idea of becoming a volunteer contact us