The Vice Chair will support the Chair and the rest of the Trustees to lead the organisation, working closely with other team members including volunteers and paid staff. The Vice Chair will advise and guide on all governance matters. The Vice Chair will be expected to attend Board meetings and the Annual General Meeting. Normally Trustees are asked to commit to a 2-3-year term on the Board and serve for a maximum of 2 terms. All appointments are subject to completion of a successful 3 month probationary period.
- Representing Intermission Youth, raising our profile and acting as a spokesperson as appropriate
Providing leadership to the Trustee Board by supporting the team to remain focused on delivering the charity’s aims
Giving strategic direction and facilitating key decision-making
Supporting the Chair to plan the annual cycle of Board meetings, setting agendas and chairing Board meetings
With the Chair, maintain strategic oversight of board development
Acting as a deputy for the chair, taking on the chair’s role when the chair is absent.
The general responsibilities of a trustee.