Join the Tigers Trust Trustee Board
Posted on 5th November 2021 at 14:38
The Tigers Sport and Education Trust is the registered charity affiliated with Hull City Football Club. The Trust works across the communities of Hull and East Riding delivering a range of programmes, activities and opportunities to individuals aged 2-80 years +, driving our Vision ‘Inspired and integrated communities, living active, healthy and happy lives’ and delivering positive outcomes.
Throughout the pandemic the Trustees have guided and supported the Trust and Trustee Week provides a perfect opportunity to strengthen our Board by seeking more passionate trustees who can contribute to the Board and reflect our values.
This is an exciting time to join and you will help us continue our important journey. Aligned to our strategy, you will be committed to helping us make a difference with an understanding of the valuable role charity’s play in communities.
The role of the Board is to ensure the vision for the Trust and strategic objectives are achieved, and trustees are responsible for overseeing and guiding our future growth and increased impact.
Candidates will need to be able to demonstrate proven commercial success in a senior role in the private / public / voluntary sector, ideally in a business development role in order to support the business aspects of the Trust and the Arena. They must be able to think creatively and strategically and have the skills and personality to challenge current thinking at a Board level.
The Trust considers the current trustee board is unrepresentative of the local community population it serves. We therefore welcome applications from young people, Black and Ethnic Minority groups and the LGBT community.
If you would like to speak to someone in more detail about the role, please contact Sean Royce, Chair by emailing [email protected]
Please submit a CV and covering letter which outlines your suitability to the trustee role to [email protected] by Friday 26th November at 5pm.
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