RCLC is looking for a passionate new female Chair of the Board of Trustees to be a part of something truly special as we transform the lives of minority ethnic women through the power of learning and support.
We are currently looking to recruit a new female Chair to lead our Board of Trustees. The role of the Chair is to chair meetings of the Trustee Board and act as a spokesperson for the charity where needed. The Chair also provides support to the Centre Manager and acts as a channel of support and communication between the Board and members of staff. The Chair will lead on the development of the Board and ensure any decisions taken are implemented effectively. The Chair may also be expected to take action or make decisions between Board meetings when it is not possible to hold a meeting. This is a real opportunity to work with a lively Board of Trustees and an exciting organisation.
Due to these commitments, the candidate will live within an hour’s travelling distance of central Reading or from the neighbouring counties and be prepared to travel Reading at least once a month. The time commitment required will be at least 4 hours per week, although timings will usually be flexible unless attending meetings at specified times. The current Chair is willing to support you for at least the first year.
The Chair of Trustees is a key role in our organisation. Your leadership and commitment will ensure we continue to provide and extend our range of much-needed support and services to our beneficiaries. You strategic direction will ensure that the charity achieves its aims by;
Please send your CV and a cover letter to Aisha Malik explaining why you are interested in the role; what skills/experience you would be able to offer; and where would people say they saw your values in your life/work by 8/3/2024.
If you would like more information or to talk about the role please contact the current Chair, Sarah del Tufo to agree a convenient time to talk.