Board of Trustees
We have a small core staff but more than 150 member organisations drawn from a broad range of specialisms: tree and woodland; habitat; landscape; professional; and statutory, that together, define the shared agenda for change. We facilitate engagement through our annual community action programme, including National Tree Week, and have a planting grants programme for UK schools and communities.
We are looking for one further Trustee.
If you are interested in applying please refer to the following documents comprising the Trustee Pack:
1. Brief for Role as Trustee of The Tree Council
2. Extract from the Constitution of The Tree Council
3. Historical context for the establishment of The Tree Council
4. Trustee Board Meeting Cycle
5. Annual Community Action Programme Dates
If you are interested in applying, please send your CV and a covering letter highlighting your particular skills and experiences by email to: Chair@treecouncil.org.uk
Volunteer Positions at The Tree Council
If you have time, experience and skills that are relevant and you enjoy being part of a small and focused team, who is computer literate (PC Windows 10); has an interest in trees and related topics; wants to make a contribution; and feels an affinity with the work of The Tree Council, then we would love to hear from you.
What should anyone who is interested, do?
Do forward us a copy of your CV and a cover letter outlining why you'd like to be part of our team and what you can offer. Make sure you include your telephone number and email so that we can contact you to discuss any possibilities.
Send us an e-mail CV and letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org that conveys why you'd like to be part of our team and what you can offer. Make sure you include your telephone number and e-mail so that we can contact you to further discuss any opportunities.
Our volunteers are based at the main office in 4 Dock Offices, Surrey Quays Road, London SE16 2XU, although we are flexible if the contribution is desk based research. Out-of-pocket expenses and travel costs will be reimbursed. NB: our volunteers are not employees, workers nor interns, neither will they be on observational work experience.
To Advertise a Job
Please email email@example.com to advertise your job and we'll get in touch.
This service is available free of charge to Tree Council member organisations exclusively.
Director of Conservation and External Affairs with the Woodland Trust
Closing Date: Sunday, 8 April 2018
The Woodland Trust is a member of The Tree Council and the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity. The Trust aims to engage and inspire people about woods and trees to help protect and restore ancient woodland and create new woodland. They do this on their own estate of 26,000 hectares across the UK and by working in partnership with other stakeholders on land outside their ownership. They also seek to influence the political and cultural context for our work. This is a key leadership role, responsible for leading the development of the Trust’s thinking and delivery in its conservation, campaigning and external affairs activities and working in collaboration with other members of the Senior Management Team to set the overall strategy for the organisation and ensure its delivery. The role reports to the Chief Executive and holds an important relationship with the Board of Trustees.
Follow this link for more information and application details.
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