There are currently no jobs available at the Lincolnshire Rivers Trust. However, we are looking for trustees to join our board. Please see read the information below.
Voluntary (reasonable expenses paid)
The Lincolnshire Rivers Trust is a small but ambitious charity, created in 2011. The Trust works with partners across the county to help protect and improve the rivers, waterways and wetlands of Lincolnshire. Improving natural habitats and promoting sustainable use for farming, fishing and leisure. To find out more about us please feel free to browse our website.
We are a small, friendly organisation with a real passion for the freshwater environment. As a rapidly growing organisation, we have a number of exciting opportunities to be involved in our development. We are looking for a number of trustees to sit on our board and be involved in helping to steer the vision and direction of the Trust.
Are you an enthusiastic individual with a real passion for the environment – particularly freshwater. We require a diverse range of skills to ensure the smooth running and longevity of the trust. Experience in business management, fundraising, bid writing, webpage design, the legal system, IT or finance would be advantageous. You must be available to attend meetings (usually held in Lincoln) on a quarterly basis and participate in decision making as and when required. As a small charity our trustees are our ambassadors, constantly looking out for opportunities for the trust and putting our interests ahead of any personal gain. Trustees must abide by a code of practice written by the Charity Commission and declare any conflicts of interest. A full driving licence would be desirable in order to attend events with the Trust if required.
How to Apply:
If you feel that you fulfil our person specification please send a CV and cover letter via email to: email@example.com
Alternatively if you would prefer to discuss the role first please contact: Dr Lauren Vickers on 07979 467010.
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