Join us as a younger TimeBank Trustee who identifies as Black or from a minority ethnic communityPhil Pyatt
Are you between 18 – 30 and would like to represent TimeBank as a younger trustee?
Would you like to be a trustee of a volunteering charity?
What is TimeBank?
TimeBank is a national volunteering charity which has built a first-class reputation for volunteer-led social action projects for over 20 years, while our employee volunteering is valued for its professionalism and flexibility.
Join us as a trustee of TimeBank and help us build on the success of our volunteer projects that tackle some of the most complex social issues in our society. You’ll join a group of dedicated trustees who are passionate about our work, who share a collective pride in what we’ve achieved and have huge ambitions for our future. For more information about our work go to: www.timebank.org.uk
What we believe …
We believe that you get more out of volunteering than you put in. Do you?
What we are looking for …
We are looking for a range of experience and are open to what you may have to offer. This could include fundraising, traditional and digital communications, HR, social media as well as different sector experience.
We are also keen to ensure that our Board reflects the diverse communities we work with. TimeBank is committed to equal opportunities and we want our Board to benefit from the advantages that diversity brings, including different skills, life experiences and backgrounds. With that in mind, in this round of trustee recruitment we particularly welcome applications from black and ethnic minority backgrounds that reflect the communities we work with.
How to apply
Please download the Trustee Application Pack, provide contact details for two referees and send your CV, covering letter and completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to:
- [email protected] by 5pm on Friday 19th February 2021.
- Successful candidates will be invited for a Zoom interview with our Chair Stuart Crotaz, Trustee Camelia Ram and our Chief Executive Phil Pyatt.