We are recruiting two new young professionals to join our Board of Trustees

March 22nd, 2018 Posted by Jobs, News No Comment yet

UPDATE: The application period for the HR role has now been extended until Sunday 15th April at 5pm. Applications for the Finance and Accounting role are now closed.

The 2050 Climate group are recruiting for two new young professionals to join our Board of Trustees. These roles are specifically for a Finance and Accounting and a Human Resources remit. 

The 2050 Climate Group established as a charity in February 2017. Our charitable purpose is the advancement of education on climate change issues and leadership skills with the aspiration of engaging, educating and empowering the next generation of leaders to take action on climate change, thereby advancing environmental protection and improvement.

The Board of Trustees and each individual Trustee is responsible for governing the organisation. It is a voluntary position that will give you the opportunity to oversee, influence and shape the future of the 2050 Climate Group.

It is a core value that our organisation is for young people, run by young people, and our Board of Trustees brings together a diverse range of individuals and skill sets and seeks to lead by example with regards to promoting young people and pursuing equality and inclusion.

The deadline for the HR role has now been extended until Sunday 15th April at 5pm (deadline amended on 05/04/18). Applications for the Finance and Accounting role closed at 12 midnight on Wednesday 4th of April, and we will no longer be accepting applications for this position. 

Interviews will take place on the 21st of April 2018. Notification of interview will be sent out in the week commencing 16th April 2018.

Information about the Finance and Accounting Trustee and the Human Resources Trustee can be found in the following links:

Finance and Account Trustee (now closed)

Human Resources Trustee (open until 15/04/18)

In order to be considered for this position, please complete the application form and send us a CV of no more than 3 pages to recruitment@2050.scot, with your name in the subject line of the email and title of the document.

For questions regarding these positions or application process please contact recruitment@2050.scot.

If you are interested in getting involved with the 2050 Climate Group but your skills and experience do not align with the positions currently listed, please be aware that we are also recruiting for other opportunities within the organisation, such as delivering our third Young Leaders Development Programme (YLDP), contributing to our policy engagement work, and managing our actions facilitation with requirements for a range of different skill sets. More details on Operational Volunteer roles here.

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