The Director has overall responsibility for implementing the policy and objectives of the Board of Trustees, and for leadership to staff and volunteers.
The Director of Collections is responsible for curatorial departments, research policy and programmes, collections management and conservation.
The Head of Corporate Policy and Performance provides an integrated approach to policy development, planning and performance management and reporting across National Museums Scotland.
The Director of Public Programmes is responsible for content development and programming, which includes Exhibitions, Design, Displays, Technical Services and Learning & Engagement.
The Director of External Relations is responsible for Marketing and Communications, Digital Media, Fundraising and our National and International Programmes.
The Director of Finance, Planning & ICT is responsible for the Finance Department, Information Knowledge Management, ICT and the Corporate Policy & Performance Department.
The Director of People is responsible for HR corporate strategy, workplace planning and Organisational Development, Training and Development, Health and Safety, and Volunteers.
The Director of Visitor Experience is responsible for the day to day operational management of National Museums Scotland in relation to all services provided to the visitor.
Names and salary details of members of the senior leadership team equivalent to Senior Civil Service (SCS) Grade 2 and above. Find out more about public sector pay in Scotland at the Scottish Government website.
|Dr Christopher Breward||Director||£110,000 - £115,000||31 December 2020|