We are looking for someone with a passion for environmental and countryside issues to join us in a leadership role as Hon Secretary, supporting the Chair and Treasurer to develop all aspects of the charity, including governance, campaigning, marketing and promotion.
CPRE Norfolk, the countryside charity, works to make Norfolk a better place for everyone to live, work and enjoy. We act locally and, with our head office nationally, to protect, shape and enhance a beautiful, thriving countryside for everyone to value and enjoy. We are an independent voice for the landscape, engaging with local and regional planning systems to ensure that our views are heard by decision makers. We campaign locally for positive solutions that will support the long-term future of Norfolk – one of England’s most rural areas.
By volunteering with CPRE Norfolk you'll be helping us to find positive solutions for the issues facing the countryside and the environment in our beautiful county.
The Secretary role involves being an active committee member by attending meetings and contributing ideas to develop and implement our Vision for Norfolk strategic plan; circulating meeting papers; 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.
You will have good leadership, management and organisational and interpersonal skills, and previous experience of working with committees plus commitment to CPRE policies.
We envisage that you will have at least 4 hours per month to spend developing this role which can largely be done from home.
Please see the role profile document for more details about our requirements, and our 'more about us' document for background to CPRE Norfolk.
There is flexibility within our requirements, and we will provide support for the right candidate.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.