|Job Title||Chair and Trustees - EXPIRED|
|Job Published||09 Sep 2015|
|Contact Name||Volunteers Team|
Islington Play Association is a vibrant, proactive children’s charity. Our aim is simple - to create, provide, improve and protect places for the children of Islington to play.
IPA runs Paradise Park Children’s Centre, six adventure playgrounds, including one specifically designed for disabled children, and a myriad of other play focused projects across the borough. As we extend our social enterprise functions and look for creative ways to remain sustainable in a time of reducing budgets and increasing needs, we are looking for resourceful, innovative and committed people to strengthen our Board of Trustees. As a member of our Board you will also bring strategic vision, good independent judgment and the ability to think creatively.
We are currently seeking:
You will have:
These are non-remunerated positions (expenses paid) and all Trustees are asked to give approximately 10 days per annum for Board meetings, sub-committee meetings, annual away days and ad-hoc trustee panels.
You will be joining a highly respected organisation in the world of play delivering excellent, high quality children’s services informed by the theories of playwork and be part of making a real difference for the children of Islington.
IPA believes that Play is what children do when they are allowed freedom to explore their world. Our services are unique exciting places where no two days are the same. Expect to be amazed and inspired by the depth and breadth of the innovative and original ideas of children at play. Help us to facilitate that play by being part of the governance that makes it all possible.
If you have the commitment and passion to truly make a difference, please e-mail your CV and a brief statement (of no more than 250 words) outlining why you are right for the role to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: 23rd September 2015
Meet the CEO week: 28th September – 2nd October 2015
Meet the trustees event: 21st October 2015
IPA values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. IPA is committed to safeguarding children and adults at risk of harm and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. As part of safer recruitment practices, the applicant will have an Enhanced Disclosure and
Barring Service (previously known as Criminal Records Bureau) check.