Opening Hours

Monday | 9.30am - 1.00pm | 2.00pm - 4.30pm

Tuesday | 9.30am - 1.00pm | 2.00pm - 4.30pm

Wednesday | Closed | 2.00pm - 4.30pm

Thursday | 9.30am - 1.00pm | 2.00pm - 4.30pm

Friday | 9.30am - 1.00pm | 2.00pm - 4.30pm

Trustee Volunteers

We are recruiting Trustees!

What is a Trustee?

Being a Trustee means you have one of the most important and exciting roles within a charity.

Trustees have specific duties which are set out in our organisation’s governing document. The company directors of a charitable company are also its charity Trustees. Trustees must act collectively to govern the charity and take decisions.

With the Chief Officer and Executive Team, you will help set the strategic direction of the organisation and are ultimately responsible for ensuring it achieves its aims and objectives. You will be a strong advocate for our mission, vision and values.

What are the Benefits?

Being a Trustee is not only a valuable way of contributing to the charity sector, it can also be a fascinating and rewarding experience for individuals by helping them to broaden their interests and develop their skills. You will be able to put your skills, experience and passion to use and make a lasting difference to the community.

There will be opportunities to develop your knowledge of strategic management whilst working with new and interesting people from diverse backgrounds. This is the perfect volunteer role for busy people, whilst giving you the opportunity to build your professional portfolio, share your knowledge for the benefit of others and perhaps even open new career paths for you.

What commitment is required?

Being a Trustee is an important role and will require you to dedicate some of your time each year to ensure you get the most out of your term. As a minimum, we would expect

Trustees to attend the following:

  • 6 Board meetings per year (including reading the papers in preparation for the meeting)
  • 1 Strategic Away Day per year
  • Up to 6 sub-committee meetings per year (dependent upon whether you choose to take a specialist role on our Board)

What is the application process?

You can download the application pack which consists of the five documents below. If you would like an informal discussion about the role, prior to proceeding please telephone Peter Davey, Chief Officer on 01509 260500.

Once you have read the application pack and wish to proceed, please complete the short application form and email it, along with your CV, to: HR@thebridge-eastmidlands.org.uk

The Chief Officer and two Trustees will review your application, and you will be invited to an informal interview at a mutually agreeable time. If the interview is successful, you will be invited to our Board meeting on 18th September 2019 so you can meet the other Trustees. If after this meeting you still wish to become a Trustee, you will be nominated at our AGM on 20th November 2019.

2018 Annual Report 5 Year Strategy Trustee Application Form Trustee Letter Trustee Profile