‘Journey to Justice’ are looking for new Trustees!
Journey to Justice is a dynamic national human rights education charity. The aim is to galvanise people to take action for social justice by teaching about human rights movements and the arts. This is done with stories and exhibitions, training and events run by local cross-community teams.
After five years of growth JtoJ seek to strengthen their board by appointing a new trustee with the skills, experience and commitment to promoting human rights. As well as an analytical approach to decision-making, curiosity and the confidence to challenge, JtoJ are particularly interested in candidates who can offer expertise in fundraising, marketing, evaluation/impact assessment or finance. An ability to work positively as part of a team is essential.
This is an opportunity to support and shape the work and strategic direction of Journey to Justice and you can make a significant difference to their mission.
As a trustee, you will be working closely with a passionate team of people who have a range of perspectives.
You do not need trustee experience and JtoJ welcome applications from people of all ages (over 18) and backgrounds. JtoJ offer training for their trustees and opportunities to develop your skills.
This is an exciting time to join JtoJ as they create a new project focused on class, poverty and the arts.
The board meets four times a year in London usually on a Saturday afternoon. JtoJ expect trustees to be willing to advise on and help with their work between meetings and attend events when possible.
Please contact the JtoJ Director, Carrie Supple for an informal conversation and further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
For a role description and application pack, email Pat Boyer, JtoJ Secretary email@example.com For more information about Journey to Justice, find their website here.
Apply by sending a CV (if you have one) and a letter telling us why you would like to be a JtoJ trustee.
Closing date for applications: September 13th 2018 midnight
Interviews: Saturday September 29th 2018 in London