Help lead a top UK-wide charity and social enterprise

BTCV are recruiting trustees

If you would like to help lead a UK-wide charity and social enterprise, read on. The closing date for applications is 5 August 2009.

Help lead a top UK-wide charity and social enterprise

BTCV is a major force for transforming people’s lives and improving places and communities through environmental volunteering and skills and training. We believe in a better environment where people are valued, included and involved.

Non Executive Board Member

We are now seeking two strategically minded new non-executive board members to join our team.

In our 50th anniversary year, we have set out ambitious plans. We are investing in four core areas of measurable impact: improving the environment, active environmental citizenship, improving physical and mental health, and increasing employability, skills and training. We will support 1.5 million people in environmental action across the UK, reconnecting people and nature.

You may come from the academic, private, public or third sectors and will have relevant public connections. You will demonstrate environmental experience and the ability to relate its strategic application in our core areas. Your experience can be practical, managerial or public policy related, nationally or locally. Relevant experience in marketing/PR, HR, health and/or social enterprise would also be of interest.

We are a UK-wide charity committed to equal opportunities and diversity. We welcome candidates from all sectors of society and all parts of the UK.

If you want to create a more sustainable future by inspiring people and improving places, request a JD and Person Spec from our website at

Alternatively e-mail: or call Dan Blackith on 01302 388830.

If you feel you meet the criteria please send a CV & covering letter to Dan Blackith at Sedum House, Mallard Way, Doncaster, DN4 8DB or via e-mail:

Closing date: 5 August 2009.

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