Wednesday, 31 August 2011
Job vacancy: Executive Director, Hebden Bridge Community Association Ltd
Hebden Bridge Community Association is looking for its - first-ever - Executive Director.
Hebden Bridge Town Hall is one of the very few town hall buildings in Britain to be owned and managed by the local community, the result of a pioneering 'asset transfer' from the local council into the hands of a member-led charitable trust.
We're proud of what we've managed to do so far. Thanks to community pressure and hard work, a neglected building has found a new lease of life in the heart of our active community.
And now we're looking to appoint our senior member of staff, somebody who will share our excitement about what has already been achieved, and who will also have the skills to move us forward into the next stage of our development. You'll be working closely with our team of committed and experienced trustees to make the most of some great opportunities.
If you feel that you have the energy and commitment to make this new post your own, you'll find more details here
The deadline for applications is Friday September 30th.
Town Hall will Open Doors as part of National Heritage Weekend
(2nd August 2011)
Pennine Quarry will supply stone for Town Hall (April 2011)
Town Hall Development gets go ahead
Calderdale Council give 125 year lease for Town Hall (26 October 2010)
Town Hall Development Plans go to Calderdale (16 July 2010)
Public consultation on Town Hall plans (May 2010)
Association seeks Treasurer to take on Town Hall role (2 March 2010)
Invitation to see plans for Town Hall (Feb 2010)
Weddings and civil partnerships at Town Hall (Jan 2010)
Town Hall Future Secure (Dec 2009)
Town Hall Group seeks ‘Friends’ (April 2009)
Hebden Bridge Town Hall project: Transfer of Town Hall to community ownership one step closer (March 2009)
HebWeb News: New Charity created to manage Town Hall (Jan 2009)
HebWeb News: Government gives thumbs up to Hebden Bridge Town Hall plans (July 2008)
HebWeb News: Plans to put Town Hall once again at the heart of local life (October 2007)