Board member/trustee (3 positions) Theatre Royal Board
The Theatre Royal Board are seeking 3 new members to join its ranks, especially looking for those with HR experience, those who are young (18+), and those with Further Education expertise.
The charity’s Board of Trustees begins its annual search for replacement members, and this year for the first time it hopes to attract a young member (18+) who can bring their own view and new ideas about the theatre’s operation and community position, complementing the existing membership around the table. The Board also needs fresh views on Human Resources and Further Education following the natural retirement of current Board members.
Simon Daykin, newly arrived Executive Director has been working with a sub-committee of the Board to prepare the recruitment material and added “In my first few weeks I have been impressed by the passion individual members of the Board have for this theatre, and the skills they bring. Now is the time to add to that with an injection of additional viewpoints. I am particularly keen to see a member who is just out of school/college and at the start of their career, who can talk from experience around the Board table to support and challenge us on our TRAIN programme, our marketing push for a younger audience and our Creative Learning work across the education and community sector.”
As well as seeking a broad spread of age within the Board, we look to be representative of our geographic and socio-economic community. The Theatre Royal is open for everyone, and the Board works with the Executive to ensure we reach out across the whole region.
Applications are invited by July 6 and a full recruitment pack is available to download from the website www.theatreroyal.org. These are unpaid positions.
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