Clore Leadership – Trustees’ Recruitment
At Clore Leadership, our vision is for a society enriched by arts, culture and creativity. Never has this been more important, and rarely has the leadership of our arts and cultural organisations and programmes been so sorely tested.
Our role is to cultivate excellence and innovation in the leadership of culture, and we are now looking for trustees to help us in the next phase of this endeavourand to ensure that our programmes and activities are the very best they can be.
We work with leaders at all stages of their career, representing the widest range of art forms, cultural and creative sectors and our Board needs to reflect that diversity too. Our trustees need to be passionate about arts and culture, and knowledgeable about what leaders need from us to thrive. We are seeking two people with skills and experience including, but not limited to: research commissioning and impact measurement; performing arts, especially music; work for, with and by young people; and freelance careers.
If you are interested in joining us, please provide:
- A copy of your CV or biographical details;
- A statement of interest (up to 2 pages) indicating why you are interested in the role and what you are able to bring to Clore Leadership;
- Please also complete the Equal Opportunities form, which you can download from our website here and attach it to your application.
All applications should be sent to email@example.com with 'Trustee Recruitment' in the subject line.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 12.00 noon on Tuesday 4thAugust 2020
INTERVIEWS will take place on Thursday 10th and Friday 11th September 2020
Clore Leadership is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. We will interview disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria for this role.
For a discussion with our Chair, Moira Sinclair or Director, Hilary Carty, about this opportunity, please contact Freya Gosling using the email above or call 02074209430 who will be pleased to schedule a conversation.