We’re recruiting Trustees & Associate Trustees!
St George’s Bristol is recruiting up to seven new enthusiastic and committed Trustees to add to the Board, and to co-opt two Associate Trustees to its Education Committee. Read the full job descriptions here.
These posts are voluntary, and no previous experience as a Trustee or Associate Trustee is required, as there’ll be a full induction and relevant training.
This comes at an exciting time in St George’s history, having relaunched as a creative space for music and ideas and it follows a bold £6.3million refurbishment and extension project.
St George’s Trustees are responsible for shaping the charity’s future strategy:
- Providing strong governance for the organisation
- Holding responsibility for financial, legal and regulatory compliance and stability
- And offering support for the Chief Executive and senior leadership team.
Associate Trustees will join the education committee to support the Board in its responsibilities of safeguarding, and ensure that we provide an excellent learning and audience experience through a sound school engagement model.
The education programme is at the heart of the philosophy and activities of St George’s. The rich and varied collection of concerts, interactive school events, competitions, scholarships and awards enliven each year’s programme.
Commitment to diversity
St George’s is committed to being diverse and inclusive in terms of its audience, staff, Trustees and Associate Trustees, visitors to the building, as well as through its educational and artistic programmes. We would welcome interest from individuals who identify with one of the following characteristics: under 35, Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic, disabled, or live or work in areas of social and economic deprivation in or around Bristol.
Thank you for your interest in St George’s Bristol.