Do you want to change social rented housing in Scotland for the better? TIS would like to recruit two co-opted Board Directors to complement the existing range of skills on the Board.
As leaders in participation and engagement practice we are committed to influencing change and strive for an active, inclusive, and just Scotland, with strong, equitable, and sustainable communities.
We believe that high-quality, affordable housing and strong, sustainable communities are achieved by working together to really meet the needs of diverse and flourishing neighbourhoods. Our expert team finds creative approaches to encourage communities and housing organisations to work together to get things done.
The TIS Board is responsible for providing leadership, monitoring performance, agreeing on the strategic direction of the organisation, and ensuring its long-term success. Meetings are held 7-weekly and Board Directors will also be required to attend additional Committee meetings, a strategic planning day, full induction, and ongoing training opportunities.
There are a variety of benefits that you can gain from becoming a TIS Board Director including working with new and interesting people, taking part in new challenges, and gaining experience to assist your personal and career development.
We are seeking two, motivated individuals to join the Board, become an ambassador for the organisation, and help build on our success for the future. We would particularly welcome interest from anyone with experience in any of the following areas:
- Project management
- Grants and funding
- Business development
How to apply
Although this is a voluntary position, Board Directors are reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses.
If this opportunity interests you and you think you could champion the good work of TIS, contact the TIS office to receive an information pack and application form. Email email@example.com or call 0141 248 1242.
The closing date for applications is 5:00pm on Friday 16th July 2021.
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