We’re seeking Trustees with a background in Finance

Are you a finance professional with a passion for making a difference in your community?

Are you eager to use your financial expertise to drive positive change and support those in need?

What does becoming a Trustee mean?

Becoming a Trustee is a hugely rewarding experience.

You will have the opportunity to shape the direction of our charity and make a real difference to the lives of others.

We are seeking a skilled and experienced finance and accountancy professional who lives in Calderdale, to play a pivotal role in shaping our financial strategies, ensuring transparency, and helping us achieve our mission.

We also encourage applications from people of colour, under 30s, and people living with disabilities to ensure our board represents the communities we serve.

As a member of our board, you will be be responsible for providing strategic guidance and oversight to ensure we are fulfilling our mission and achieving our goals.

You will have the opportunity to work closely with our dedicated staff, service-users and volunteers to make a positive impact in our community.

If you are looking for a meaningful way to give back and make a difference, we encourage you to apply.

Join us today and help create a better future for all generations.

About North Halifax Partnership

Founded in 1998, North Halifax Partnership Ltd is a community-led charity working for social and economic regeneration.

We provide many services and activities to improve personal and community health and wellbeing across North and East Halifax and the Lower Calder Valley.

We are one of the Community Anchors of Calderdale and we bring people and organisations together in local places.

Our vision is:

‘A better future for all generations.’

“I am proud to be a Trustee, helping to ensure we strive to achieve our vision of creating ‘a better future for all generations’. Our Trustees are representatives from all aspects of the community and are helping to shape the future for their communities. Want to help your community?

Then why not become a volunteer Trustee

and make a difference?”

David Eyers, Chair of the Board

If you are excited about the prospect of using your financial expertise to create positive change within our community, we encourage you to apply!

Please send your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your qualifications and motivation to join our Board of Trustees to tina.wilkes@nhpltd.org.uk

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