Become a Masorti Judaism trustee

By Masorti Judaism 30th Jun 2021

We are recruiting voluntary/unpaid trustee/s for a three-year term of office (renewable) beginning 2nd September 2021.

We’re looking for two trustees to support Masorti Judaism’s work for the next three years. If you’re committed to the values of Masorti Judaism and have skills in the areas of youth work, safeguarding or fundraising, we would love you to apply.

People who identify as LGBTQ+, people of Colour, people with disabilities and younger people (age 18-40) are currently under-represented on our board and we actively encourage applications from people in these groups. We are also keen to receive applications from former members of Noam Masorti Youth.

  • Attending 10 Board meetings per year and any relevant committee meetings
  • Taking on a specific portfolio or area of responsibility as agreed with the co-chairs
  • Ensuring good governance, legal compliance, and effective performance by putting important issues on the agenda for Board meetings, taking professional advice, asking questions, supporting the professional team and holding them to account
  • Using your professional skills to support the organisation’s work
  • For detailed information on being a trustee please see this Charity Commission guidance

If you would like to apply for this role, please fill in this brief application form by 6th August 2021.

Applicants for these roles will be interviewed by our Nominations Committee and, if successful, will be put up for election at our Annual General Meeting on 2nd September at 8pm. All properly nominated candidates will have the opportunity to address the meeting and answer questions.

For more information or for an informal, confidential conversation about this opportunity, please contact our Chief Executive, Matt Plen, at [email protected].

Trustees will be appointed in accordance with Masorti Judaism’s policy on equality, inclusion and diversity which aims to ensure that we operate in line with the values of equality and human dignity, maximising inclusion and respecting the diversity of our employees, trustees, volunteers and programme participants.

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