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Business Transformation Director

Two-year contract, £40k annual salary

The CBA is embarking on an exciting journey of transformation and has ambitious plans to bolster our business resilience to be able to work even more effectively with our membership and grow to meet the challenges of the next generation. We now wish to appoint an experienced Business Tranformation Director, to take the lead responsibility within the CBA secretariat for overseeing a transformation programme and the implementation of our business strategy. This will include the development of the value that CBA membership creates, and the establishment of new organisational processes and efficient infrastructure. This role is key to realising our plans to increase membership and magazine subscription numbers, and growing the revenue from these and other, sustainable income streams including from fundraising and commercial activities such as publication sales and retail.

Hon Treasurer

The CBA is currently seeking to appoint a new Honorary Treasurer to join its board of trustees. Further details of the role can be found here.  

Future vacancies

Any future CBA opportunities will be advertised on our website, via social media and (where appropriate) on the British Archaeological Jobs and Resources website, CIfA Jobs Information Service and Training Bulletin and in Heritage Update.

Volunteering roles

Here at the CBA office in York, there are occasional opportunities to contribute your skills to help us with our day-to-day work, from listed building casework and the annual Festival of Archaeology, to campaigning, marketing and fundraising.

We also welcome CBA champions to help raise our profile at a local level and promote our membership and student membership programmes.

  • Get in touch with our Development Officer if you would like to volunteer your skills.

There are also opportunities to volunteer for the wider CBA Network by getting involved with your local CBA Group committee or joining your local county archaeological society or university archaeological society. Contact us for details.

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