UCLU Board of Trustees: staff position available

22 October 2010

Trustees

UCL Union (UCLU) is seeking a UCL staff member to sit on their Board of Trustees.

UCLU is a student-led membership organisation, but at the heart of the governance structure is the Trustee Board. The board consists of six UCL Union Sabbatical Officers, six UCL students, several members of UCL staff, some UCL alumni and one external Trustee.

The new staff Trustee will need experience of setting strategic direction and have specialist knowledge in at least one of the following fields:

  • management within a democratic or membership-led organisation
  • financial management
  • charity law
  • commercial sector
  • human resources

Although this is a non-remunerated position, all reasonable expenses will be met.

The closing date for applications is Friday 29 October 2010.

For further details including how to apply, please visit the link at the top of the page or contact uclu-trustees.recruit@ucl.ac.uk


UCL Context:

UCL Union is the representative body for the students of University College London. The Union (founded 1893) is run by students for students. They work to improve the student experience. Through clubs and societies, volunteering, skills development initiatives and representation they engage thousands of students every year in extra-curricular activities that make a positive contribution to life at UCL and in the local community.


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