Chief Engineer Volunteer Roles in Liverpool
The Science Council is a membership organisation of over 30 professional bodies and learned societies from across the scientific disciplines, providing the quality assurance system for those working in science. We play a unique and valuable role in ensuring public trust and confidence in the scientific workforce and transparency in the process of science.
We are looking for an ambitious, financially literate Treasurer who has the vision and commitment to help grow the Science Council into an increasingly respected, influential, and sustainable organisation. They will bring financial knowledge and strategic insight to the role and advise on growth plans and how we can maximise the use of our assets. A financial qualification is desirable but a strong understanding and experience of financial management and accounting within the voluntary, trade or membership body sectors, and strong business and financial acumen is essential.
This is your opportunity to join the Board of a small but ambitious and well-run organisation, and one that is looking to grow a vibrant and diverse professional body community, harness its collective expertise in the pursuit of professional excellence and public benefit.
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Are you committed to childhood flourishing with an interest in creating stragegies for this to happen?
Godly Play offers spiritually sensitive approaches to learning and living together in a fragile world. We take childhood spirituality seriously, providing training to transform thinking and practice for the whole of life.
A Christian movement, Godly Play seeks to make space for questions about the meaning and purpose of life, through play, wondering, story, exploration and community.
Our small board of trustees supports a group of fifteen part-time trainers offering courses to people working with children in churches of many traditions, in schools and in community settings.
We would like to diversify our board's ethnicity, age and gender. It would be great to have someone with grant-seeking experience and/or communications know how, but we would love to talk to anyone who is interested.
Would you like to join us? Our website offers lots more information.