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Dec/02 - Shining the spotlight on Voluteers
Shining the Spotlight on Volunteers
The Black Watch Museum has begun the process of identifying a new Chief Executive. The post has now been advertised through an external agency with a closing date for applications on Sunday 22nd September. Whoever is selected will be tasked with seizing the opportunity provided by the Museum’s splendid new premises to confirm and reinforce its growing reputation as one of Perth’s outstanding visitor attractions. To view details on the position and method of application please click here
Aug/08 - Appointment of Photographer in Residence
The Black Watch Castle and Museum announces the volunteer post of Photographer in Residence. This unique volunteer opportunity will be filled by retired Perthshire Advertiser Photographer Graeme Lafferty. Graeme will give his time, skill, and extensive knowledge of his field to support the Museum in documenting the collections and archive, the redeveloped site, events and much more through the medium of photography.
Jul/22 - Chief Executive of the Black Watch Museum is Moving On
After more than 4 years as Chief Executive of The Black Watch Museum and Balhousie Castle, Alfie Iannetta is shortly moving on. The last four years have been immensely successful and demanding. They have included the preparation of a complex and successful bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund, the securing of significant further funding, the overseeing of the refinement of the plans for the redeveloped Castle and Museum and the on-site supervision of the building and fitting out work. The results of his tremendous effort, and his enthusiasm and dedication to the project, are now clear for all to see and admire.
Jul/09 - The Castle and Museum rewards the Volunteers
This week seen The Black Watch Castle and Museum hold a Volunteer Reward and Recognition Evening. The evening, hosted by Museum staff, took place in The Cooper Beech Cafe.