The organisation that looks after Jersey's heritage and museums is looking for four people to serve on its board of trustees.
Four members of the Jersey Heritage Trust's board are due to retire in the next six months.
It says it wants a diverse group to make decisions about how the island's past is portrayed and looked after.
A reception will take place later this month at the Jersey Museum to explain what the role entails.
Board members take part in key decisions and are responsible for heritage, castles, the archive and museums.
Chairman John de Veulle says although they are not paid for their work, the role is very rewarding.
He says they are not looking for any with specific skills, but want people who are committed to the Trust's aims.