Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface (CTSI) is seeking a committed Young Trustee to join the Board of Trustees to support its important work to promote volunteering; the governance and operational support and activities of its third sector members, and development of social enterprises in the Clackmannanshire area.
The Board is seeking to develop and support a younger person with a genuine interest in the third sector and community development in understanding the operational aspects of running a charity and learn about the wider benefits of the third sector. This will help develop skills and knowledge in business and strategic planning; community planning and national policy work; HR and risk management.
In this voluntary position, the Young Trustee will bring their own experiences and insight and help to shape the organisation. The role is one that will be rewarding, interesting and varied for anyone keen to support the wider third sector in the local community and benefit Clackmannanshire and its residents.
Currently the Board of Trustees meet four times a year, normally for no more than two hours, during working hours. There is also an AGM once a year.
Trustees can be either from a member organisation or be a co-opted member in position for up to three years, with a one-year extension if required. It is not required that the person is living in Clackmannanshire, but it is hoped they have a genuine desire to help its communities and third sector activities. For the role of the Young Trustee, the individual will be aged between 20 and 30 years old.
Expenses can be provided if required.
Read the full profile which provides fuller details of core responsibilities here.
For an informal discussion on the role, please contact Anthea Coulter, Chief Officer & Business Manager on 07977 142605 or email for more information or to meet to discuss the role at email@example.com.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 by the (Exclusions & Exceptions) (Scotland) Order 2003 as such appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosures.