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Current Trustee Vacancies
This is an excellent opportunity to join the Board of an award-winning Welsh arts organisation during an exciting period of development, creative activity and ground-breaking accessible projects.
Ballet Cymru are looking for someone with experience in 1 or more of the following priority areas:
- Disability arts
- Inclusive practice
- Welsh language communications
- Fundraising and business development
- Finance and accounting
- IT and digital media.
An interest in ballet and dance is not essential for this role; however they do expect applicants to have seen their performances, or to attend their performances of ‘A Child’s Christmas, poems and tiger eggs – Dylan Thomas’ at The Riverfront in Newport on 9th and 10th November.
The role is voluntary, and previous board or Trustee experience is not necessary. Trustees are expected to attend regular board meetings, as well as fundraising events and other activities, which are usually held at the charity’s premises located in Newport. Knowledge of the Welsh language is desirable but not essential for this role. As Trustee you will benefit from the role by enhancing your skills in governance and leadership, whilst helping the charity to reach wider audiences and engage with more people in the art of ballet.
To apply, please download the application form and return by email to Jenny Isaacs, Administrator at Ballet Cymru [email protected] by 5pm Wednesday 14th November 2018.
Shortlisted applicants will be contacted after the submission date to arrange an initial and informal meeting with the Chair and CEO. Regrettably we are not able to reply to everyone who applies for this role.
Awen Trading Ltd.
Awen Cultural Trust is a registered charity with objectives to enhance cultural opportunities in Bridgend and the wider region. Their diverse portfolio comprises theatres, libraries, community centres, a country house and park and two work-based training programmes in horticulture and carpentry for adults with disabilities. They engage with around one million visits every year and provide valuable access and opportunities to a wide range of activities that support learning, wellbeing and inclusion.
Awen Trading Ltd. is the wholly owned trading subsidiary of Awen Cultural Trust. Its aim is to develop a group of socially responsible businesses that compete commercially, meet customer expectations and generate healthy profit which in turn are gifted aided to the parent charity. Awen Trading Ltd.’s first live ventures launch this autumn with the operation of café, events and functions services across the Grand Pavilion in Porthcawl and Bryngarw House, Bridgend.
They are looking for a non-executive director to join the board of Awen Trading Ltd. at this exciting time in its development.
As a non-executive director, you will join a small Board of directors to oversee the company’s growth and development. As an experienced operator in your field, you will help us think creatively, challenge us constructively and represent the company with enthusiasm. The role will require attendance at Board meetings – currently bi-monthly – and the ad hoc support of the executive team by utilising your skills and knowledge to support the business.
Consider becoming a Board Member at Wales PPA
Wales PPA is a national charity and membership organisation. Who promote and support bilingual pre-school care, education and learning through play across Wales by offering support on all aspects of early year provision including registration, business support, improving quality and workforce development.
It’s an exciting time not just within the sector with the 30 hour offer and Welsh Government’s initiative, Cymraeg 2050 to achieve 1 million Welsh speakers in Wales by 2050, but for Wales PPA as well, as we look on diversifying our income streams and opening new projects.
Wales PPA are now looking for additional Trustees who share their passion and commitment and who have the skills, knowledge and experience to support excellent governance and oversight of our newly emerging strategy. They welcome applications both from those who have previous direct experience of Board level governance and those who do not.
The role is unpaid but immensely rewarding in terms of the positive impacts their work has on our next generation. Trustee meetings are held up to six times a year, and strategic away day takes place once a year. As a Board member you will be entitled to “out of pocket” expenses such as travel costs, and costs incurred whilst on the association’s business.
If you’re interested in making a difference to the early years sector in Wales, then they would love to hear from you.
To find out more or for an informal discussion if you are interested in becoming a Board Member, please contact Jane Alexander, CEO on 029 2045 1242 or e-mail [email protected]