Salary: Volunteer Role

Closing date: Friday 11th December 2015

Location: 16 Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 3AU

Job ref: Trustee15

We are looking for new Trustees with a range of different skills to join our Council and help lead the Trust's work.

Are you passionate about wildlife?

The Trust is entering an exciting period of new strategic direction. We need people to help us achieve our goals and ensure the charity is managed effectively. If you are passionate about the wildlife of Birmingham and the Black Country, can commit the necessary time and have strategic vision, an ability to provide independent judgement and possess at least some of the skills below please get in touch for an application pack. We are looking for trustees with a passion for nature conservation along with skills and proven experience in at least two of these areas:

  • Financial governance,
  • Land management,
  • Education and/or community engagement,
  • Business development and income generation,
  • Legal
  • Fundraising and marketing,
  • Networking and relationship building,
  • Ecology or nature conservation

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The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham & the Black Country is a charity founded in 1980 to make Birmingham and the Black Country a better place for wildlife and people. The Trust manages seven nature reserves throughout the conurbation, runs projects in which people of all ages can take part to connect people to nature, and leads the first Urban Nature Improvement Area partnership to bring positive environmental change and to link wonderful nature sites in the urban landscape. Although much of this is managed by paid staff, volunteers are vital to the work of the Trust. The trustees of the Trust are all volunteers.

We are looking for new Trustees with strategic vision, independent judgement and a willingness to commit to leading the charity through a crucial stage of our development.

A diverse council of Trustees is our aim and we welcome applications from all sections of the community. We provide an induction, full training and personal development opportunities.

These are volunteer posts. Meetings are usually held in the evenings. A full induction and ongoing training is provided.

For more information (role description, required skills and experience and details of the application process) or an informal discussion on the roles please Georgia Stokes

Downloads

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skills_audit_for_potential_trustees.doc590 KB
trustee_person_specification.doc637.5 KB
trustee_role_description.doc645.5 KB

Contact details:

To apply please complete the below skills audit and send along with a full CV and covering letter to:
Georgia Stokes,

Chief Executive,

The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country

16 Greenfield Crescent

Birmingham

B15 3AU

georgia.s@bbcwildlife.org.uk.

Please also contact Georgia if you have any queries.

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