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Trustee

Cloudesley

Location Islington

Salary Voluntary position

Application deadline 7 May 2019
The application deadline for this role has passed

Cloudesley is a grant-making trust based in Islington. We are looking for a new Elected Trustee to join the Board from June 2019. The current terms of several Cloudesley Trustees end over the next 18 months and we are therefore also looking to develop a pool of possible Trustees to fill these positions.

This is an exciting time to consider becoming a Cloudesley Trustee. The charity has undergone considerable transformation in recent years and has recently celebrated its 500th anniversary.  We are now looking ahead, reviewing our grant programmes, assets and resources to ensure that the charity continues to bring significant benefit to Islington’s residents, community and Church of England churches into the future. Cloudesley is working closely with a wide range of agencies to make a positive impact in Islington and is increasing the level of grants made through its Health and Church Programmes, with a grants budget of £1 million agreed for 2019/20. 

For further information about the charity, what being a Cloudesley Trustee involves and details of the application process, please see our recruitment pack. The deadline for applications is 10am on Tuesday 7 May 2019.

No agencies please.

To apply

If you would like to apply to become a Cloudesley Trustee, please email the following to admin@cloudesley.org.uk by 10am on Tuesday 7 May:

  1. A covering letter explaining why you would like to become a Cloudesley Trustee and how your skills, experience and/or knowledge would benefit the charity. Please see ‘Who we are looking for?’ on page 3-4 of the recruitment pack and write no more than two sides of A4
  2. Your current CV

We will acknowledge receipt of your application and we will email you by Friday 10 May to let you know if you have been shortlisted for interview. Interviews will be held on Thursday 16 May.

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