Trustee recruitment at the Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country
Closing date: 05 October 2020
The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country is looking for Trustees to be elected at their January 2021 AGM.
Up to six new Trustees will be elected at the Annual General Meeting in January 2021. They are looking for new Trustees, a Chair, a Treasurer and a Secretary with the passion and commitment to help achieve their objectives.
Why become a Trustee?
You’ll join them at a key time as the Trust plans to broaden the range and diversity of communities and stakeholders involved in our activities. They’ll be making decisions on implementing strategies to give children access to nature and to promote their health and wellbeing work.
They will be exploring innovative digital opportunities to connect people with nature.
They’ll be working with local and regional authorities on the creation of Nature Recovery Networks and continuing their landscape-scale conservation projects in key wildlife corridors such as canals, river valleys and woodlands.
At a time of financial challenge they will continue to strengthen the Trust’s financial resilience and find new sources of income.
Download role descriptions and recruitment pack here.
SWM’s Chief Executive Anna Bright has been a Trustee for almost two years and would be very happy to discuss her experiences in the role. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if this is of interest.