CPRE Norfolk are looking for a new trustee to join our executive committee in a leadership role as Honorary Secretary working with the Chair and Treasurer to develop all aspects of the charity, including governance, campaigning, promotion and financial.
The role involves being an active committee member by attending meetings and contributing ideas to develop and implement our charity's objectives, supporting the effective administration of our charity; contributing to investment decisions; ensuring compliance with the charity’s constitution and charity law; being a positive advocate for CPRE Norfolk and encouraging others to support our work.
- Gathering supporting papers and recording minutes and actions from committee meetings
- Writing some correspondence on behalf of the board and assisting with the annual report to the Charity Commission
- Ensuring compliance with our constitution, charity law and regulations
- Advising on good practice, statutory procedures and governance
- Contributing towards our strategic plan and governance documents
- Being a positive advocate for CPRE and encouraging others to support our work
- Safeguarding the good name and values of our charity
You will have good leadership, management and organisations skills, and good interpersonal skills, and previous experience of working with committees plus commitment to CPRE policies.
We envisage that you will have at least 1 hour per week to spend developing this volunteer role which can largely be done from home. There is flexibility within our requirements, and we will provide support and training for the right candidate. In return you will gain valuable skills and experience in strategic planning and charity governance whilst working for a countryside that's rich in nature and accessible to everyone.