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April 3rd 2018

The Bevan Foundation is looking for new Trustees to take Wales’ most innovative and influential think-tank to the next level.

This is an exciting opportunity to play an active part in the governance of our small charity. You’ll help to set our strategic direction and play an active role as an ambassador, as well as making sure we comply with all our legal obligations.

Like all trustee roles it is unpaid but we’ll pay reasonable expenses and you’ll have the satisfaction of making a real difference and getting involved in some truly ground-breaking work.

About you

Trustees are responsible for all aspects of the Bevan Foundation’s work, but we are particularly keen to hear from you if you have skills or experience in:

  • Higher education: can you strengthen our links with Wales’ universities?
  • Business: can you enhance our relationships with Wales’ responsible business community?
  • Funding: can you help to put our finances on a sustainable footing?

Interested?

To find out more please read our information pack

Please note that CVs should be sent by 5pm on 23rd April 2018. 

 

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