Could you be a NACCOM Trustee? We are looking for up to four new trustees to strengthen and diversify the skills and experience of the Board for our national network.
We are particularly looking for people with experience of;
financial management and oversight to take on the role of treasurer
leading a small refugee-led group supporting destitute asylum seekers
campaigning and advocacy
working in the wider homeless sector
seeking asylum in the UK with lived experience of destitution
We are also keen to have a good geographical representation and so would particularly welcome applications from individuals living and working in London, Scotland, Wales and the North West of England, although we will also consider applications from other parts of the UK.
NACCOM is a growing and ambitious charity established in 2006 to support organisations that provide asylum seekers, refugees, and other migrants with housing and other assistance to prevent their destitution. The network has grown to represent 48 member organisations housing over 1,900 people last year.
Having reviewed our vision and strategy the Board of Trustees and existing staff have agreed plans to; increase our support to strengthen and maximise existing members impact, encourage further growth in capacity within the network by attracting new members to join/start up, and develop an advocacy and campaigning strategy working in partnership with others to reduce the effects of destitution.
This is an exciting role for individuals who want to shape the future development of the organisation to make a big difference to the lives of increasing numbers of destitute asylum seekers and refugees and those that support them.
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter of no more than two sides of A4 explaining why you think you would make a good NACCOM Trustee via email ([email protected]) or by post to Hazel Williams at; NACCOM, The CastleGate, Melbourne Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 2JQ.
The application deadline is 9am on Monday 19th February. Interviews will be held in Newcastle on Wednesday 14th or Thursday 15th March.
Successful applicants will be expected to attend Board meetings on Wednesday 18th April and Wednesday 4th July by way of a probation period, after which the Board and the individual will decide whether they should be put forward to members to vote for election to become a trustee at our AGM in September.
Reasonable travel expenses will be covered for attending the interview and all Board meetings.
NACCOM is a registered charity in England and Wales Registration No.1162434