Dec 112018
 

Trustee - Upper Norwood Library Trust

Organisation: The Upper Norwood Library Trust
Reference:
Vacancy Type: Trustee
Deadline: 28th December 2018
Region: Nation Wide

Vacancy Details

Opportunities to join the trustee board of a dynamic social enterprise in Upper Norwood

The Upper Norwood Library Trust

We are looking for people with fundraising, accountancy, HR, legal, and community relations experiences to join our trailblazing trust.

The Upper Norwood Library Trust (UNLT) was formed in November 2012 by local residents to take over the operation, governance and management of the Upper Norwood Joint Library (UNJL) as a community library hub. Now a thriving community hub contributing to the social, cultural and economic well -being of the Upper Norwood local community and beyond.

The Library Hub has professional staff employed by the Trust running the building, developing services and raising revenue. The building hosts a library service delivered to the Trust by Lambeth Council Library Services, co-funded by Croydon Library Services. The focus for the Trust over the next few years is to be fully sustainable through a blend of statutory funding, grants and by generating our own income.

As we drive forward to achieve sustainability and create a library of the 21stcentury, we are looking for new trustees to join us. We wantpeople who can ideally bring knowledge of working in the social enterprise/charities or start ups; have both a passionate belief in keeping libraries open and an entrepreneurial and pragmatic approach to organisational and business development.

The trustees are responsible for governance of the charity, setting the strategic direction as well as meeting legal requirements. Trustees may also serve on a committee or other ad hoc group such as our finance committee.Trustees are expected to commit between 30 + hours a year (by agreement and business need) it includes quarterly trustee meetings, strategy, business and advisory activities. You will be expected to attend profile raising public/community events.

If you would like to learn more about this exciting opportunity and want to be part of this essential local charity, please contact Emily Jewell or Margaret Adjaye on 0208 6704389 or via email info@unlt.org.

Advert Start Date: 3rd December 2018
Contact Telephone Number: 0208 670 4389
Contact Name: Margaret Adjaye / Emily Jewell
Contact E-mail: info@unlt.org
Url: https://www.uppernorwoodlibraryhub.org

Dec 102018
 

Non Executive Director  - The National Online Self Exclusion Scheme Limited (NOSES Ltd) - GamStop

Recruiter: NATIONAL ONLINE SELF EXCLUSION SCHEME
Location: United Kingdom
Salary: £5,000 per year
Posted: 03 Dec 2018
Closing date: 17 Dec 2018
Ref: NED
Industry: Charities, Charity & volunteering support, Community development, Policy & research, Social welfare, Government & politics, NGOs, Policy, Leisure, Sport & fitness
Job function: Trustee & non-executive director
Job level: Senior executive
Hours: Part time
Contract: Contract
Listing type: Job vacancy
Education level: Undergraduate degree (or equivalent)

Company Overview

The National Online Self Exclusion Scheme Limited (NOSES Ltd) is a not for profit private company limited by guarantee, trading as GAMSTOP and was incorporated in November 2016. GAMSTOP was set up and is funded by the online gambling industry to provide a central online solution for individuals resident within the UK to exclude themselves from being able to gamble on all British licensed online gambling websites. On 25th April 2018 GAMSTOP went live to consumers, providing a platform for them to centrally exclude from 57 operators integrated at that time. Since that date the vast majority of British licensed operators have integrated with the service; it is the company’s ambition that it will become a licence condition, close to the first year anniversary of GAMSTOP operation, for all British licensed online gambling operators to be integrated with the scheme.

GAMSTOP is run by a small team located at the head office in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. The technology provision is outsourced to a third party located in Leeds, with a team of 12FTE dedicated to the GAMSTOP service. GAMSTOP also manages an outsourced contact centre for customer queries, which is based in Wales, providing a team of 14 working between 8am – midnight, Monday to Sunday. Contracts are in place for the provision of other professional services, utilised on an ad hoc basis.

For more information about the service please see GAMSTOP website.

Position

Following the recruitment of an independent Chair of GAMSTOP in September 2018, we are seeking two Independent Non-Executive Directors to join the NOSES Ltd Board. Working with the other board members they will provide leadership and non-industry perspective to NOSES Ltd, as it develops and embeds its national self-exclusion scheme (GAMSTOP) within the British market. The aim is for the Board to reflect the independence of NOSES Ltd from the industry despite it being wholly funded by licensed operators: following the recruitment of these two directors the Board will be composed of a majority of independent members.

Role Requirements

As members of the board, all Directors are required to:

  • Promote the long-term sustainable success of the company, contributing to wider society.
  • Set the company’s vision, values and standards and satisfy themselves that these and its culture are aligned.
  • Act with integrity, lead by example and promote the desired culture.
  • Set the company’s strategic aims, ensure that the necessary resources are in place for the organisation to meet its objectives, and review management performance.
  • Satisfy themselves on the integrity of financial information and that financial controls and systems of risk management are robust and defensible.
  • Provide constructive challenge, strategic guidance, offer specialist advice and hold management to account.
  • Allocate sufficient time to meet their board responsibilities.

In addition to these requirements for all Directors, the role of Independent Non-Executive Director has the following key responsibilities:

  • Constructively challenge Board decision making from a neutral and independent perspective.
  • Utilise specific skill set to offer specialist advice and guidance to the Board and executive management team.

Person Specification

Essential

  • We will be appointing 2 NEDs. One will bring experience in data ethics or data protection from an organisational perspective. The other will have strong financial experience holding a financial qualification and with experience in a senior financial position.
  • Demonstrable independence from the gambling industry, both current and historic
  • The skill to represent and promote NOSES Ltd to external stakeholders as necessary
  • The availability to attend meetings in the UK
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and an understanding of, or sympathy with, the social responsibility sector

Desirable

  • Experience in any of the following areas:
  • Outsourced IT delivery
  • Working with vulnerable individuals
  • Consumer research and evaluation
  • Previous experience as a trustee or non-executive director

Time Commitment and Remuneration

The position of Independent Non-Executive Director is remunerated at the level of £5,000 per year. Reasonable travel expenses will also be covered for attendance at board meetings and events.

How to Apply

If you are interested in applying to become an Independent Non-Executive Director for The National Online Self Exclusion Scheme Limited, please send a copy of your curriculum vitae along with a covering letter of no more than 2 pages that clearly sets out how you meet the criteria for the role, ahead of the deadline, by email via the button below.

The deadline for applications is Monday 17th December 2018 at 5pm.

Successful applicants will be invited to attend an interview in central London on either the 29th or 30th January 2019. If you are unable to make the interview dates, please make this clear in your covering letter advising possible alternative suitable dates.

We are a small staff team so we regret that only applicants invited to interview will be contacted, and we will be unable to provide feedback to those who are unsuccessful.

  • Up to 1 day per month, ensuring sufficient time is allocated to attend and prepare for all meetings
  • Required to attend all Board meetings, minimum of 4 meetings per annum held within the UK
  • Provision of advice and challenge to the staff team on an ad hoc basis
  • Independent Non-Executive Director will serve a two-year term to be eligible for re-appointment for one additional term

non-executive director

Dec 102018
 

Treasurer -  Underground Lights

Organisation: Underground Lights
Reference:
Vacancy Type: Treasurer
Deadline: 7th January 2019
Region: West Midlands

Vacancy Details

Theatre has the power to change lives.

We know this from our own personal experiences and observations, but also from research that shows how participation in drama can improve mental health and wellbeing.

Underground Lights is a new independent community theatre organisation that is run for (and ultimately aims to be run by) adults experiencing social disadvantage, homelessness and/or mental health issues.

We are seeking someone with financial experience to join our board.

We are based in Coventry, where we run weekly theatre workshops at the Belgrade Theatre. We've been lucky to secure funding from three charitable trusts to date. Our current treasurer will shortly be unavailable for medical reasons, and we're looking for someone who can help us make a very real difference to the lives of some in

If you would like to learn more and have an informal chat, please visit our website or contact Chris Campbell.

Who are we?

Underground Lights is an independent community theatre (registered charity 1179553) that is run for (and ultimately aims to be run by) people experiencing homelessness and/or mental health issues. We are supported by the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry and are now running regular drama/performing arts workshops

What is a trustee and what do they do?

  • They have ultimate responsibility for the successful and legal running of Underground Lights
  • They are in charge of the overall direction of Underground Lights
  • They employ people, treating them properly and within the law
  • They are responsible for making sure we have enough money and that it is spent appropriately and in line with the law
  • They make sure that policies are put in place and put into practice
  • They ensure that all the essentials are in place - such as a website, marketing and admin - but do not have to do those things themselves
  • They are not expected to help with the day-to-day running of Underground Lights

What would your commitment be?

  • The trustees meet at least four times a year, and it's important that everyone is there every time
  • Trustees normally need to prepare for an hour or two before each meeting to understand what's going on
  • They usually take on one additional responsibility, such as finance, safeguarding, employment, training and events. This would take an additional five hours per month
  • Trustees need to be reliable and available to communicate in between meetings by email and phone
  • Trustees are usually in the role for three years, but can step down at any time

What sort of person are we looking for?

  • Someone who is passionate about community theatre in Coventry and Warwickshire
  • Someone who is reliable and does what they say they'll do
  • Someone who can express an opinion and disagree respectfully with others
  • Someone who is unafraid to ask for help - we all make mistakes and find things difficult
  • Someone who can keep things confidential - we want to be a very open organisation, but sometimes some of the things discussed will be confidential

We encourage and welcome applications from people from all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from people who have personal experience of mental health issues and/or homelessness.

Advert Start Date: 7th December 2018
Contact Telephone Number: 07772926011
Contact Name: Chris Campbell
Contact E-mail: chriscampbell10@hotmail.com
Url: https://www.undergroundlights.org/

Dec 072018
 

Trustee - OCD Action

Organisation: OCD Action
Reference:
Vacancy Type: Trustee
Deadline: 4th January 2019
Region: London

Vacancy Details

OCD Action is the leading national charity focusing on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

We provide support and information to anybody affected by OCD, work to raise awareness of the disorder amongst the public and frontline healthcare workers, and strive to secure a better deal for people with OCD.

We are a dedicated charity with a clear vision, solid objectives and a real understanding of OCD. Formed by a group of volunteers and leading professionals in 1994, the charity is recognised as both a strong voice for people with OCD and a vital source of help.

We are now experiencing higher demand for OCD Action's services than ever before and to meet this challenge we are looking to increase the number of trustees. We need a dynamic and skilled board to steer us through this next phase of growth and development, and would be especially interested in hearing from people who can bring high level expertise in

  • Finance
  • Charity governance
  • Marketing and digital communications
  • HR

As we are looking to expand and develop the trustee team, we are also looking for experience in fundraising, volunteer management, working with young people, social work and advocacy.

Personal experience of OCD is not a prerequisite but a real empathy to the cause and an understanding of the value of our work is a must.

Trustees are required to be able to commit sufficient time for this work. There are an average of 6 Trustee meetings annually, typically early evenings held in London, with trustees from outside London able to join meetings remotely. This is an un-remunerated role although reasonable travel expenses will be paid in accordance with our policy.

To apply for a trustee role please send a current C.V and cover letter to chair@ocdaction.org.uk. Your cover letter should highlight the skills that you would bring to the trustee board and your reason for wanting to be a part of the OCD Action team. If you would like an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact Piers Watson, Chair of Trustees, on 07887 995913

Before applying for the post, we ask that you read the Charity Commission's guidance on becoming a trustee which can be found here (link to https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-essential-trustee-what-you-need-to-know-cc3/the-essential-trustee-what-you-need-to-know-what-you-need-to-do)

For more information about the Charity please visit www.ocdaction.org.uk

Advert Start Date: 5th December 2018
Contact Telephone Number: 07887 995913
Contact Name: Piers Watson
Contact E-mail: chair@ocdaction.org.uk
Url: www.ocdaction.org.uk

Dec 052018
 

Chair - The Upper Norwood Library Trust

Organisation: The Upper Nowood Library Trust
Reference:
Vacancy Type: Chair
Deadline: 28th December 2018
Region: London

Vacancy Details

The Upper Norwood Library Trust

We are looking for an outstanding Chair to replace the existing Chair who is standing down after several terms.

The Upper Norwood Library Trust (UNLT) was formed in November 2012 by local residents to take over the operation, governance and management of the Upper Norwood Joint Library (UNJL) as a community library hub. Now a thriving community hub contributing to the social, cultural and economic well -being of the Upper Norwood local community and beyond.

The Library Hub has professional staff employed by the Trust running the building, developing services and raising revenue. The building hosts a library service delivered to the Trust by Lambeth Council Library Services, co-funded by Croydon Library Services. The focus for the Trust over the next few years is to be fully sustainable through a blend of statutory funding, grants and by generating our own income.

As we drive forward to achieve sustainability and create a library of the 21st century, we are looking for new trustees to join us. We want people who can ideally bring knowledge of working in the social enterprise/charities or start ups; have both a passionate belief in keeping libraries open and an entrepreneurial and pragmatic approach to organisational and business development.

The trustees are responsible for governance of the charity, setting the strategic direction as well as meeting legal requirements. Trustees may also serve on a committee or other ad hoc group such as our finance committee.Trustees are expected to commit between 30+ hours a year (by agreement), that includes quarterly trustee meetings, strategy, business and advisory activities. You will be expected to attend profile raising public/community events.

If you would like to learn more about this exciting opportunity and want to be part of this essential local charity, please contact Emily Jewell or Margaret Adjaye on 0208 6704389 or via email info@unlt.org.

Advert Start Date: 3rd December 2018
Contact Telephone Number: 0208 670 4389 / 07879646463
Contact Name: Emily Jewell or Margaret Adjaye
Contact E-mail: info@unlt.org
Url: https://www.uppernorwoodlibraryhub.org

Dec 052018
 

Trustee - Central England Law Centre

Organisation: Central England Law Centre
Reference:
Vacancy Type: Trustee
Deadline: 28th December 2018
Region: West Midlands

Vacancy Details

Trustee vacancy

Central England Law Centre is seeking to recruit three new trustees to join our high-calibre Board and executive team in developing and executing the organisation's strategy.

This is an opportunity to contribute to an award-winning organisation which leaves no stone unturned in the quest for social justice for society's most disadvantaged people.

Our services focus on those people in our community who are on the edge. They are often isolated and excluded from much of what is regarded as mainstream and they are ‘vulnerable'. By which we mean their lives are not stable and things can easily go wrong. This might be because they are living in poverty and any change in their circumstances can lead to a significant problem; it may be because they have a disability or a long term condition; it may be because their immigration status is unresolved. They may be a victim of domestic violence; or they may be homeless or threatened with homelessness.

We know that the law can offer these people protection and it offers an opportunity for them to resolve their problems, to remove barriers that are holding them back - to move forward in life and to fulfill their potential.

The Law Centre has taken every opportunity to provide services to meet community need and to fill the gaps left by the cuts to legal aid and other funding. Apparent disasters like the closure of the former Birmingham Law Centre, have been turned into opportunities, and Britain's second city now benefits from the new Birmingham Community Law Centre thanks to the Central England Law Centre team.

Central England Law Centre is tackling injustice at many levels.

Despite a savage reduction in legal aid income, we have taken a decision not to charge for our services. We have attracted a wide range of funding whilst remaining true to our fundamental principles. We provide an individual casework service of the highest quality. We are also working closely with partner organisations to tailor services for groups that would otherwise miss out.

We are the UK's largest Law Centre, employing 65 staff and 100 volunteers across Coventry and Birmingham. Our services are rooted in the communities we serve and we use legal expertise to improve the lives of those who are vulnerable and socially excluded due to poverty, illness or disability.

We are looking to recruit trustees from the following backgrounds:

  • Finance;
  • With local knowledge of Birmingham;

You will be joining an experienced Board of Trustees from a wealth of backgrounds, all with a shared interest in access to justice. Your skills will help Central England Law Centre to continue to go from strength to strength, expending our team and developing our profile and influence to deliver the organisation's aims and mission.

In keeping with the charitable nature of the organisation's work, the role is unremunerated. Trustee meetings are held monthly in the evening in Coventry and usually last approximately 2.5 hours.

Ideal candidates will have experience of playing a strategic leadership role in a complex organisation, and of contributing to non-executive governance. They will have a strong commitment to the aims of Central England Law Centre. A clear understanding of the principles of good governance, and of the appropriate division between executive and non-executive responsibilities will be key.

Supporting our Trustees

You may not have been a Trustee before. If that is the case we support all our Trustees to develop with a full induction programme and bespoke training and ongoing support. In return we hope that you will find being a Charity Trustee rewarding and fulfilling whilst developing your skills and, dependant on the stage of your career or personal development, perhaps further your career prospects at the same time.

What difference will you make?

Strong governance, finance expertise and local knowledge is essential for our mission and so we are looking for trustees who can provide this to help us reach the organisation's fullest potential. We believe that our strategy and reach can be developed and expanded even further with the right guidance and so we are looking to build on the skills and experience of our well-established Board of Trustees.

How do you apply?

Please e mail for a trustee role description

Please apply by sending your CV to sue.bent@centralenglandlc.org.uk.

Advert Start Date: 3rd December 2018
Contact Telephone Number: 02476253162
Contact Name: Sue Bent
Contact E-mail: sue.bent@centralenglandlc.org.uk
Url: https://www.centralenglandlc.org.uk/

Dec 042018
 

Trustee - London School of Economics Students Union

Business / Organisation Name: London School of Economics Students Union
Business / Organisation Sector: Not-for-Profit
Business / Organisation Website: https://www.lsesu.com/
Business / Organisation Type: Charity or Not-for-Profit
Role Title: Trustee
Remuneration: Expenses only

Role Description

Who we are

Part business, part charity, part membership body – students’ unions are all seriously fun places to work. They are organisations in their own right. Professionally run, but different. Professional teams support elected student leaders to make change, improve lives and fulfil potential; we help make it happen. Arts Students’ Union and LSE Students’ Union work in partnership, sharing members of staff, knowledge and best practice. With more than 30,000 members across 7 higher education institutions and bold new strategies, we’re two of the most unique and exciting SUs in the country.

About the job

As with all charities, LSESU needs to be overseen by a Trustee Board. This established Board brings together our elected Full-Time Officers with Student Trustees and an External Trustee to oversee our governance, finance and strategy.

The Trustee Board reviews the finances of LSESU, receives updates from the sub-committees, and discusses and makes executive decisions on any matters that have arisen. The Trustee Board aims to be forward thinking and supports the development of LSESU.

This is an opportunity to become an active participant in the six meetings of the Board that take place each year, as well as being on hand to take decisions between meetings when the need arises. There will also be an expectation for the External Trustee to sit on LSESU sub-committees.

Who we are looking for?

The individuals appointed as Trustees will need to be sympathetic to the aims of the organisation, and more generally share a commitment to the broader values of the student movement: student representation, student rights and the student experience. Above all, they will understand the importance of students having a platform to organise together to help make these values a reality.

The role requires a careful balance: Trustees need to respect the democratic will of the membership where possible but also be willing to think creatively and point out potential risk in any proposals. An eye for detail and the ability to identify future opportunities are also important.

In addition to this we are seeking to recruit people who bring with them specialist knowledge in some of the areas where we need to add expertise, to ensure the Board can perform its tasks successfully and LSESU is being well governed.

We will consider applications from all backgrounds but for these two posts, we are particularly interested in people with prior experience in:

  • Strategic implementation
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Legal

Recent experience of the Further or Higher Education sector or of students’ unions themselves is particularly useful but not essential.

Application Details

If you would like to apply please send a copy of your current CV, along with a covering letter (no more than one side of A4), which should identify the relevant experience and expertise you would bring to the role and why you would like to be a Trustee, to su.jobs@lse.ac.uk

If you would like to have an informal chat about this role, please contact: info@su.lse.ac.uk

Please also check out https://www.lsesu.com/jobs/vacancy/7/ for more information

Closing Date: 31/12/2018

Nov 302018
 

Non-Executive Director (Legal) - 28A Supported Living

£250 a day
Part-time

28A Supported Living are looking for a Non-Exec Director to sit on the Board as well as join Committees that support the Board.

28A Supported living has a positive impact on people’s lives. It provides safety and security through reliable landlord and independent living services and supply a wide range of housing options in response to the housing crisis.

28A Supported Living are committed to becoming a leading Housing Association

Non-Exec Director General Requirements

  • Has held a Director position in a small to medium scale business with a £1mil turnover (3 years minimum)
  • Experience in a range of sectors including Private and/or ideally some public/not for profit
  • Able to analyse facts and make reasoned judgements, constructively challenge and while accepting accountability and the collective decision making of the Board
  • Experience in governance and risk management would be an advantage
  • Ability to demonstrate 28A’s core values through behavior and commitment to their core purpose and ethos

Remuneration

Remuneration will be dependent on the roles undertaken but are typically £250 per day for a NED and expenses covered.

The Non-Executive Director is expected to be available average 1-2 days per month (more during the first 6 months to accommodate induction).

He/She will be expected to attend 12 Board meetings a year. These will normally take place between 10am and 4pm in a Central London Location.

Role as Non-Executive Director (Legal)

The candidate will be expected to assist the Board as required in understanding its Legal duties and responsibilities and the legal implications of the proposed decisions.

In addition, they will be required to:

  • Provide strategic leadership to the group as a whole and 28A, establishing and ensuring compliance with its vision, values, strategic direction and objectives.
  • Ensure that appropriate plans and polices are in place to deliver the group’s strategic objectives and achieve value for money
  • Support and constructively challenge, as necessary, the executive team
  • Promote good governance and ensure that 28A acts in accordance with its constitution, governance framework and relevant legal and regulatory framework.
  • Obtain satisfaction with regards the integrity of legal information, scrutinising and approving the Lease agreements.
  • Monitor the RP’s performance in relation to its objectives, plans, budgets, controls and decisions.
  • Ensure that the organisation has in place, and oversee, a robust and effective risk management framework which provides sufficient assurance to the Board.
  • Establish and oversee an appropriate framework of delegation and control.
  • Promote the Housing Association through contact with communities and other stakeholders.
  • Regularly attend, prepare for and participate in board and relevant committee meetings.
  • Attend functions, training sessions, away days and other meetings as required from time to time.
  • Comply with the RP’s Code of Conduct

As Non-Executive to the Board and 28A Supported Living there are particular requirements to:

  • Articulate legal matters in a clear and concise manner
  • Be able to advise other board members as to the possible consequences arising from financial and treasury decisions;
  • Provide effective scrutiny and oversight for proposals before the board.

Candidate Requirements

Qualifications

  • A relevant legal qualification or qualified by experience

Knowledge and Experience

  • (essential) Senior level legal experience and a proven ability of operating effectively in a strategic role.
  • (Ideal) Experience of chairing a board or committee in an organisation of a similar size and complexity to 28A Supported Living
  • (essential) Understanding of the purpose and ambitions of the social housing sector.

Personal Behavior and Style

  • Displays passion, energy and enthusiasm for the role and for 28A’s vision and values.
  • Is committed to working in the best interests of current and future residents
  • Is a strong leader with personal and professional credibility.
  • Possesses a high degree of probity and integrity
  • Works in a collaborative, open and engaging style.
  • Is committed to accountability, transparency and equality of opportunity.
  • Is self-aware and open to feedback and personal development.
  • Can commit the time necessary to the role.

Job Type: Part-time
Salary: £250.00 /day
Experience: Housing: 3 years (Preferred)

non-executive director

Nov 302018
 

Non-Executive Director - Looked After Children and Young People Not-for-Profit

Salary/Rate: £10000 - £15000/annum c. 2 days per month
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Posted: 23/11/2018 (12:32)
Closes: 25/12/2018
Agency: Cooper Edwards Ltd

Description

Make a difference to the wellbeing and safety of Looked After Children and Young People

North East / Yorkshire / East Midlands

For a leading and well-established non-profit organisation that supports Looked After Children and Young People, we are recruiting a Non-Executive Director based in Yorkshire or the North East.

The main responsibilities include:

  • As part of a board of non-executive directors, you will provide knowledge and expertise in financial and commercial business management, by proactively offering objective criticism and independent judgement on issues of strategy, performance and resources.
  • You will scrutinise the performance of management in achieving agreed objectives and monitor their reporting of performance.
  • You will complete site visits during the year across the regions, and establish positive relationships with a variety of stakeholders.
  • You will comply with safeguarding policies and promote the welfare and protection of Children and Young People.

The profile required:

  • Extensive business planning and strategy formulation experience at board level, having developed a business with a multi-million pound turnover, in a commercial and marketing environment.
  • Equally important is your natural affinity with a strong and genuine Not for Profit ethos: it is essential that candidates embrace the principles of a highly ethical and people centred organisation.
  • A genuine desire to learn the safeguarding principles of working with Children and Young People who are Looked After.
  • Ability to allow a minimum of 30 days work per year, or 1.5 days per month for your duties, with a certain level of flexibility for additional requirements.

If you are an experienced board level commercial professional with a genuine interest in improving the wellbeing and safety of Looked After Children, please send your CV and cover letter to our consultants at Cooper Edwards cv@cooperedwards.com

Contact Name: Alex Cooper
Telephone: 01916531049

Nov 302018
 

Treasurer & Trustee - Baby Bank Network

Organisation: Baby Bank Network
Reference:
Vacancy Type: Treasurer / Trustee
Deadline: 6th January 2019
Region: South West

Vacancy Details

Are you passionate about the wellbeing of vulnerable children and their families? Do you want to make a difference in your local community? Baby Bank Network is looking for two new trustees to join our board as:

  • treasurer
  • trustee with HR expertise

Baby Bank Network redistributes pre-loved baby items to families in Bristol that cannot afford to buy them. Working closely with children's centres, health visitors and other organisations that are in contact with vulnerable families, we have redistributed over 6000 items to support over 1600 families across Bristol and the surrounding area in our first 3 years.

You can find out more about what the role entails and about our work by going to our website.

We would love to hear from you if you are interested. For an information chat and more information, please contact our secretary and co-founder, Becky Gilbert at becky@babybanknetwork.com

Advert Start Date: 29th November 2018
Contact Telephone Number: N/A
Contact Name: Becky Gilbert
Contact E-mail: becky@babybanknetwork.com
Url: https://www.babybanknetwork.com/home/

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