The Glovers Trust Board urgently require a volunteer who would be willing to take up the position of Trust Secretary, starting with immediate effect. With the Trust Annual General Meeting approaching, this is a significant role within the Trust Management Structure and would suit a member or supporter who is keen to help the Glovers Trust to develop and evolve.
A full Job Description can be found below. If you would like further information wish to apply for the position, please contact Stuart Burrell via the email address email@example.com
The scope of the role is as follows:
Act as an initial point of contact for those looking to join or seeking information about the Trust.
Ensure the Trust membership to Supporters Direct is up to date.
Deal with outgoing and incoming correspondence as required.
Keep Trust records accurate and up to date.
Attend all meetings.
Liaise with Chairperson to arrange meetings.
Prepare agendas in conjunction with the Chairperson and take minutes from committee meetings.
Ensure that all Trust members have relevant information before and after meetings.
Protect the members interests by ensuring that the constitution is followed properly and that the Trust is functioning properly.
To take advice from other sources including legal and financial advice where this is necessary and where the committee does not have the required expertise.
Ensure that any delegated responsibilities are carried out timely and effectively.
Commitment to attend meetings and accept responsibility for the performance of key tasks as allocated by the committee and/or membership.
Commitment to the values of the Trust.
Commitment to support all motions and initiatives undertaken by the committee.
Committed to undertaking all key tasks defined in the Secretarys job description.
Strength of character to ensure that the memberships interests are protected.
An understanding of the Trust movement and the aims and objectives of the Trust.
Well organised and conscientious.
Have tact and discretion.
Be methodical and reliable.
Be able to maintain confidentiality.
Be able to react to opportunities and make decisions.
The membership of the Trust.
The Trust Board.
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