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Board Director (Trustee)

Date Added
30 September 2020
Northern Broadsides Theatre Company
Halifax, UK - but accepting applications from across the UK
Voluntary Role
Job Specification
Role: Board Director (Trustee) 
Job Description 
Board members will be expected to attend 4 meetings per year, currently held on Monday evenings between 4pm and 6pm, either in person or remotely. We are keen to make these roles as accessible to as many people as possible, so welcome applications from people who might only be able to join us remotely. Board membership is an active role and as a board member you will be called upon both during board meetings and at other times to support the Executive Team to deliver the core professional function of Northern Broadsides. There will be an expectation that you will contribute your particular skills, expertise and knowledge as required and to attend our performances, functions and events in support of Northern Broadsides whenever possible. 
Legal Role 
Trustees are also legally responsible for the charity and must ensure that they: 
Act in the charity’s best interests 
Manage the charity’s resources responsibly 
Act with reasonable care and skill 
Ensure that the charity is accountable 
You will be registered with Companies House as a Director of the Company and with the Charity Commission as a Trustee and will be asked to confirm that there is no legal reason that will prevent you from registering as a Director. 
Key Responsibilities 
Attend General Meetings of Northern Broadsides and meetings of the full Board of Trustees, remotely or in person 
To bring an external perspective to planning and strategy (and expertise, knowledge and skills) 
Ensure the organisation represents the diversity of the country in all its parts, and that equality of opportunity is enshrined in all policies and strategic plans. 
Uphold and promote the values of the organisation, and ensure it is always actively pursuing its vision 
To support the charity’s staff team 
To understand, assess and take strategic risks 
Ensure the charity is carrying out its purposes for the public benefit and complying with the charity’s governing documents and the law. 
Act as an ambassador for the charity 
Ensure fundraising is seen as a priority and contribute as appropriate 
To positively promote the company and its work at events and through personal networks. 
To use your influence to develop and broker new relationships, partnerships and potential supporters of Northern Broadsides. 
Time Commitment 
To attend Northern Broadsides shows and events, press nights, stakeholder events where possible. 
To be available for consultation by the Northern Broadsides team at ad hoc times for support, guidance and advice 
To attend all board meetings either in person or remotely and when necessary prepare certain items ahead of a meetings. 
To be prepared to spend additional time in support of the company where particular opportunities or challenges require 
(n.b. the above responsibilities are indicative and do not provide an exhaustive list) 
Person Specification 
Some of the skills, experience and life factors we are looking for include: 
A belief that inclusivity and diversity should be at the heart of everything an arts company does 
Understanding of, or willingness to learn, the roles and duties of a charity trustee and 
company director including company policies, structures and liabilities 
Ability to work as part of an effective committee of volunteers 
Willingness and availability to represent the company at events when possible 
Willingness to take an active role in understanding and interrogating company finances 
Willingness to contribute to strategy 
Sharing of Northern Broadsides’ vision and value 
Passionate about the role the arts can play in empowering people’s lives 
Availability and time capacity to attend four Board meetings a year in person or remotely 
Availability to take part in other activity outside Board meetings as appropriate to member’s specific skillset eg. working sub groups, meetings with staff 
Application Details
How to Apply 
To apply please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter outlining why you would like to get involved with Northern Broadsides to: Rachel Harris Chair, 
Deadline for applications: Monday 26 October, 12 noon. 
Please ensure the Equality and Diversity monitoring form is completed and returned with your application. You can download the form by navigating to the Opportunities page on our website, or you can follow the link here.
Closing Date
26 October 2020
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