Permanent, Part-time
Job description

Trustee Roles (x3) 
We can’t fix issues like poverty, climate change and ill-health alone. That’s why the School for Social Entrepreneurs exists. SSE helps 1,000 people a year develop the skills, strengths and networks they need to tackle society’s biggest problems. It runs courses that equip people to start, scale and strengthen organisations that make a positive difference. But it is not a traditional school. Learning with SSE is inspiring, action-based and accessible. SSE supports people in others ways too, such as funding and mentoring. 
We are looking for three individuals to join SSE’s Board of Trustees. We’re seeking Trustees that will bring new skills, knowledge and experience to help us fulfil our ambitions and amplify our impact. We’re particularly interested in recruiting Trustees that reflect the diversity of the students we support and are representative of the geographic areas we work in. 
These appointments are an ideal opportunity for somebody with relevant experience who would like to use their talents and skills to contribute to building a better society and be part of an exciting and evolving charity. If this sounds like you, please see enclosed information pack for further details about the role and how to apply. 
 If you would like to be considered to join the SSE board please send a copy of your CV and an email outlining why you’re interested in becoming a trustee, highlighting how your qualities, experience and skills fit with the requirements of the role. Please use no more than 800 words and title your email ‘Trustee Application’. The deadline for applications is midnight on Sunday 12th July 2020.

Closing date: Midnight on Sunday 12th July 2020. 

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School for Social Entrepreneurs

The School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee, established by serial social entrepreneur M... Read more

Refreshed on: 26 June 2020
Closed date: 12 July 2020
Tags: Social Care/Development, Management