Committee Members

  • Job Reference: 00001030-1
  • Date posted: 21 March 2024
  • Recruiter: NCVO
  • Location: Home based or London
  • Remote Working: 100% remote working possible
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Volunteer
  • Job type: Trustee
  • Work hours: Part Time

Job description

Home based or London
5-8 days per year, depending on the committee role

Salary: This is a voluntary role. Committee members receive no remuneration. Reasonable expenses can be claimed in line with NCVO’s expenses policy.
Closing date: 26 April
Longlisting: week commencing 29 April

Shortlisting: weeks commencing 13 and 20 May
Interview dates: by 14 June

NCVO exists to support, empower, and advocate for charities. We have around 17,000 charities, voluntary organisations and community groups as members. Government decision makers, voluntary sector leaders, campaigners, funders and policy developers look to NCVO for our in-depth knowledge and wide-reaching connections.

To help ensure sustainability for the charity sector we must innovate, diversify, and challenge ourselves like never before. We must be bold, courageous, and ambitious to make the biggest possible difference.

This year we’ll start designing a new strategy to shape our work. For success, we need the most visionary minds to help support us and the sector. We’re looking for outstanding people to join our committees.

Our committee members:

  • support our board with expert advice and guidance
  • make sure the board considers a wider range of views and perspectives
  • ensure decisions are made in the best interests of the charity and the voluntary sector.

Committee Roles:

  • Audit and risk committee chair
  • Audit and risk committee member
  • Governance and nominations committee member
  • People, culture and inclusion committee member

About NCVO

We are the charities charity. For over 100 years, NCVO has stood shoulder to shoulder with communities, championing and celebrating voluntary action.

Our membership is made up of around 17,000 voluntary organisations across England, from small, grassroots community groups and social enterprises, to large, far-reaching charities.

We believe that communities are strengthened by voluntary action. We therefore want charities to thrive and be empowered to deliver for people and communities.

We focus on empowering charities and volunteers by making sure they have the knowledge, tools, and resources they need. We advocate for and with our members, giving voice to those not often heard, and harnessing the collective power of partners to ensure the voluntary sector is valued. We bring charities together so they can learn, connect, and create greater impact.

As the voluntary sector and volunteering adapt to new challenges and a changing context, so must NCVO. We are therefore prioritising work to evolve as an organisation to ensure we live our values of ambition, inclusion, openness and collaboration in everything we do internally and externally.

We have around 85 staff and income of around £8m per year. With our members at the heart of everything we do, our mission is to unite to champion the remarkable role of charities and volunteers. Because stronger charities make for stronger communities.

We’re located a short walk from London King’s Cross station in a modern accessible building, overlooking Regent’s Canal.

 

How to apply

Please click the 'Apply for this job now' button. You will be redirected to the vacancy page on NCVO's website.

Please mention ACEVO Jobs when applying for the role.