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Appointment Of Non Member Trustee Volunteer Roles

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Job description

COMPANY OVERVIEW

The Greenhouse is the UK's first zero-waste theatre. We use the power of performance, storytelling, and entertainment to help fight for a greener future. We do this in three main ways:

  • Amazing Shows: We create, curate, and programme top quality shows that inspire and excite. With a focus on brilliant, engaging stories, our shows invite audiences to reflect on their relationship with the natural world.
  • Exciting Events: We bring people together through our range of events and workshops. From scavenger hunts to environmental training, these build community whilst sharing the skills people need to fight climate change.
  • Inspiring Spaces: Whether it's reinvigorating a disused space, or erecting our award-winning zero-waste venue wherever it will fit, we create a broad array of community-focused spaces that help people connect with each other and the natural world around them.

2023 was the company's most ambitious year yet, with two iterations of our pop-up venue through the summer, and the majorly successful Christmas project The Lost Library of Spitalfields Market, to which we added 4 extra dates due to popular demand!

As a result, the company is in a strong financial position at the beginning of 2024, and is on the verge of significant growth. We are using this time to take stock of our composition, and to look for a more permanent home for the organisation, with the aim of opening a longer-term theatre by mid-2025, if not sooner.

As part of this, we are looking to grow the company's Board of Trustees, and to convert the company's legal structure from a Community Interest Company (C.I.C) to a charity (C.I.O).

THE BOARD'S ROLE

The Board's role is to support The Greenhouse in the pursuit of its mission and vision. The board has overall responsibility for ensuring the organisation's good governance, including its strategic direction and financial wellbeing. The board meets quarterly, and all major policy decisions are ratified by the Board of Directors.

Appointments are for 3-year terms. Please note, board members are not remunerated for their work.

PLEASE NOTE - The Greenhouse Theatre is currently based in London. However, also encourage applicants based elsewhere in the country, who can attend board meetings remotely (i.e via Zoom or similar).

IDEAL CANDIDATES

We are particularly interested in working with trustees with the following skillsets:

  • Legal and Compliance (particularly in arts and non-profit context)
  • Finance, Fundraising, and accounting
  • Sustainability (carbon emissions and/or materials)

We are also interested in hearing from creatives in any discipline.

Most importantly, if you are interested in our mission, and feel that you could offer something to our board structure, we would love to hear from you!

The Greenhouse Theatre is committed to embodying and championing diversity and inclusion across our audience and staff. We strongly welcome and encourage applications from people whose identities or backgrounds are under- represented in the arts industry. If you feel this applies to you, please note this in the relevant question on the application form. Where we receive enough applicants, we guarantee that at least 50% of those interviewed for these positions will come from backgrounds currently under-represented in the arts

TO APPLY

To apply, please download the information pack. Then, when you are ready, submit a CV and an additional piece of media via the linked Google Form outlining why you’re an appropriate candidate for the role. This could be a brief cover letter, or an audio recording/video. We encourage you to apply in whatever format suits you.

The deadline for submissions is 23:59 on Friday 15th March. Interviews will take place on the weeks commencing the 25th of March.

Application resources
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Posted on: 20 February 2024
Closing date: 15 March 2024 at 23:30
Tags: Admin,Trustees,Governance