Join our Board!

Fri 04th October 2013

Can you inspire and make an Impact?

Do you believe you can change lives?


Impact Arts is a national arts organisation which changes
lives through the arts. We work in the fields of youth employment, services to
older people, community arts and regeneration. We have demonstrated our success
and are now considered one of Scotland’s leading social enterprises. We have
excellent relationships with partners as diverse as housing associations, Scottish
Fire and Rescue and youth organisations across the country. We work closely
with Inspiring Scotland, Big Lottery Fund and the Scottish Government and many
other local and national agencies.

Impact Arts is now in a new, exciting stage of its development. The environment we are operating in is full
of opportunity and challenge and we have been selected to be one of fifteen
organisations in Scotland to receive Big Lottery support via the Better By
Design programme to re-design how we do business. We are now is looking for
interested individuals who are able to give some time to support us. We are
looking to appoint new Trustees to join the board. These posts are voluntary,
though expenses will be paid.

We are looking for people with expertise and a passion for
the role of arts in social change, acting in line with Impact Arts’ values, aims
and principles. You might have a background in the arts, business and
enterprise, public policy, the third sector and charities, youth work or
regeneration. You might be well connected and knowledgeable about national and
local policies and strategies that affect Impact Arts’ work.

Further information is available on our website and an information
pack is available from [email protected] To apply, send your CV with a covering letter
detailing the qualities you can bring to our Board to [email protected]

For an informal chat about the role, please call either Lynne
Carr, Chief Executive, on 07710 448220 or John Downie, Chair of the Board on
07914 374748.

Closing date
for applications is 28 October 2013.

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