The British Flute Society is looking for a new legal advisor to join the council.
As Europe’s oldest flute organisation, dedicated to celebrating and advancing the flute and flute playing in Britain and beyond, we support the flute community with resources and opportunities, publish an acclaimed journal, Pan, organise nation-wide events and festivals, host an annual competition series for young players, and lots more.
You don’t have to be a flute player or have prior experience on a council to be a trustee, but you do need an appreciation for the role music plays throughout education and beyond.
For our legal advisor we are looking for someone, ideally with a knowledge of charity law, to help guide and advise on policies, documents for the charity commission, governance, wills & legacies.
We are looking for people who are enthusiastic and have ideas and time to dedicate to meetings on Zoom with some work in between, be that in helping us to organise events, maintain systems, or develop new ideas and pathways, and are keen to help us make a difference in the flute community.