Who we are
Radnorshire Wildlife Trust is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts working across the UK and one of 5 within Wales. With the invaluable support of volunteers and members, we manage 18 nature reserves in Radnorshire. We also work with other landowners and organisations to protect and connect wildlife sites across the county and inspire local communities and young people where they live.
Our trustees are a group of volunteers who hold the financial and legal responsibility foreverything the Trust does. They bring a wide range of knowledge, expertise and experience tothe charity and are responsible for approving our strategic plans, annual budget andAnnual Report & Accounts.
We need new trustees of all backgrounds, ages and stages with the determination and commitment to help us drive forward nature’s recovery.
We are looking for new Trustees to help Radnorshire Wildlife Trust succeed. We value diversity and are committed to fostering an inclusive culture which values individual differences and where everyone is able to be themselves and to reach their full potential. We want our people to flourish, just like nature! You do not need specialist qualifications or prior experience for this role, as training and induction is provided by Radnorshire Wildlife Trust.
If you think you’d suit this role, download the information pack below for the full role description, person specification, and details on how to apply:
You will need :
A commitment to the organisation. A willingness to devote the necessary time and effort Strategic vision. An understanding and acceptance of the legal duties, responsibilities and liabilities of trusteeship Good, independent judgement. An ability to think creatively. A willingness to speak their mind. An ability to work effectively as a member of a team. A commitment to the seven principles of public life: selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability ,openness, honesty and leadership.
Each trustee should use any specific skills, knowledge or experience they have to help the board of trustees reach sound decisions. This may involve scrutinising board papers, leading discussions, focusing on key issues, providing advice and guidance on new initiatives, or other issues in which the trustee has special expertise.
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