over 2 years ago
Haringey Stars (trading as Ingenium) work with young people aged 13-24 in North London to develop the young person's confidence, communicational and social and business skills through music. Our target participants are young people who are Not in Employment, Education nor Training (NEET) or are at risk of becoming NEET. The organisation uses the young people's interest in music to engage them and develop their talents and abilities such that they can translate their gifts into becoming employable and succeeding in life. We offer an eclectic range of skills that are pertinent to social and personal development which are sought by employers. We run music projects integrated with personal and business training throughout the year resulting in the young people delivering performances at key community venues.
To continue our work, we are now looking for trustees to join our Board. The Board of Trustees provides strategic direction and accountability. Our Trustees are expected to attend six Board meetings per year. We are seeking individuals who can bring the following qualities to help us grow:
- Dedication and commitment to young people and the work we do
- Experience relevant to managing a small charity and ensuring success
- An ability to think creatively and recognize opportunities
- An ability to support the Chair and CEO and work with fellow Board Trustees to guide the work of Haringey Stars
Skills and knowledge required for the role include:
Applications from candidates who have experience in areas such as financial accounting, fundraising, marketing, or organizational leadership would be particularly welcome, though suitable candidates with other backgrounds are also encouraged to apply.
This a role for individuals who are selfless and ready to commit to the growth of the organisation. There is no remuneration, out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed.
To apply for this role, please submit a CV or a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more information about the role contact John Zavuga on 07957 721 679.