Trustee Recruitment

We’re looking for new trustees to add value to our already vibrant and high-functioning Board.

Whether you’re an experienced Trustee or wanting to take your first step at Board level, we want to hear from you! As a value-led organisation our priority is to recruit Trustees who share our outlook and vision. We’re looking for people who can demonstrate a strong commitment to Purple Patch Arts’ values of Humanity, Passion, Creativity and Authenticity; people who care about what we do and who want to contribute to it.

It’s not necessary to have previous Board experience as training will be available; we exist to support people to reach their potential, and that means Trustees too! We’re mainly interested in finding out who you are and what you might bring to the charity. We’re looking forward to meeting some new people and will support you to develop in the role.

We welcome applications from people from all walks of life, and we particularly welcome applications from disabled people, people of colour and young people as we understand the importance and value of a diverse Board. We are actively seeking to increase the diversity of our Board to reflect all the communities in which, and with which, we work.

How to apply:

To find out how to apply to become a Trustee of Purple Patch Arts please download the Trustee Recruitment pack below.

Equal Opportunities Monitoring:

We would be grateful if you could also complete our anonymous Equal Opportunities monitoring form when applying: www.tinyurl.com/purpletrustees. The data gathered will only be used to measure our success in reaching a diverse range of potential Trustees.

Contact:

If you have any questions, need this information in a different format or have any other access requirements, please contact us by emailing fran@purplepatcharts.org or ringing 077159 03691.

Documents:

Purple Patch Arts Trustee Recruitment

Resources:

If you’ve never considered becoming a Trustee before and would like some training or advice, you can head to the following places:

Resources for Aspiring Trustees
How to become a Charity Trustee
Support for Trustees

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