• Vacancies for New Chair of Trustees and Trustee Opportunities at Wildlife Trust

    CHAIR OF TRUSTEES
    There is now an exciting opportunity for the right person to join The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country board of trustees as Chair of Trustees.
    Our current Chair, Peter Shirley, will be stepping down at our AGM in January. Peter has been involved with the Trust since it was founded in the 1980’s and will be greatly missed. He says about the role of Chair: “This Trust leads nature conservation in Birmingham and the Black Country and it is a pleasure and a privilege to be the Chair. Astute and enthusiastic leadership is needed more than ever to ensure that the Trust extends its reach in a world increasingly inimical to wildlife.”
    In this post, the individual will have a chance to make a real difference to the natural environment, leaving a lasting legacy for future generations. You will work with trustees and me as CEO to lead the Trust in delivery of our new five year ambitious strategy which sets out our plans for nature’s recovery as a Living Landscape.
    To find out more and for a full briefing pack please visit our website here or contact Paula Reilly on [email protected] / 0121 454 1199.
    NEW TRUSTEE VACANCIES
    The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country is also recruiting for new trustees to join Trust Council.
    As a trustee you have a unique opportunity to shape the strategy and vision of the Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country to protect the natural environment and connect people with nature.
    We are looking for people who are passionate about wildlife with strategic vision and independent judgement. To find out more about these opportunities you can download a full briefing pack from our website here.
    BRIEFING MORNING – 28TH NOVEMBER
    The Trust will be holding a briefing morning for potential trustees on Monday 28th November.
    To find out more or to book your place please contact Paula Reilly on paula.r[email protected] / 0121 454 1199.

    Posted on 1st November 2016