Trustees – Non-Remunerated
Time Commitment - Approx 2 days per month
Term - Board appointments are for a 3 year term that can be renewed for a second 3 year period
Location – UK Wide, meetings are typically in London but can be attended remotely
Pilotlight transforms the lives of disadvantaged people in the UK by offering charities and social enterprises access to the strategic business support they need to become more efficient, effective and sustainable.
The role purpose:
Trustees play a vital role in the work of Pilotlight, sharing skills as a Director, acting as a champion for their work and operating in line with charity law. They ask trustees to play an active part in forming a Board to govern, but not manage, the charity and to delegate, but not abdicate, its duties under law.
Each trustee is expected to use their specific personal and professional skills and experience to help the board of trustees and its sub-committees to reach sound decisions. This may involve: scrutinising board papers; leading discussion; focusing on key issues; providing challenge, advice and guidance; engaging on other issues on which the trustee has special expertise. Alongside these more traditional duties for a charity trustee, a Pilotlight trustee is expected to be a champion for the organisation, including becoming an active Pilotlighter and promoting the services of the charity.
We would love to hear from you if you have expert knowledge in any of the following areas:
- Charity leadership
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
- Learning and Development
- Business development in social enterprise
Pilotlight welcomes all applicants, including first time trustees, and are keen to enhance their board and reflect the diversity of the community they serve.
If you are committed to helping charities help more people more effectively please follow the link to the Role Brief where you can find more information and apply:- https://drive.google.com/file/...
Closing Date for applications:- Sunday 1st November at 11.59pm