Suffolk FA seeking a young Trustee
SUFFOLK FA are looking to appoint a young Trustee to their Board of Trustees.
The role will give the successful candidate the opportunity to bring their own perspective and experience to help shape the strategy of Suffolk FA.
It will also ensure that young people have a voice in deciding how opportunities are developed and delivered for young people
Joining the Board of Trustees will provide a unique opportunity to work with Suffolk FA, their Trustees, Youth Council members and partners to particularly influence how football for children and young people is better prioritised and co-ordinated to deliver social change and make a positive, lasting impact across the county of Suffolk.
As a Board Trustee you will also have the opportunity to fulfil an ambassador role and champion the work of Suffolk FA.
The Trustee will need to be aged between 18 -25 years old, live in the UK, and be able to commit to meetings five to six times a year (virtually and in person), plus give a couple of hours a month for project work.
As part of the Board, you will gain various skills and connections to football. Suffolk FA are keen to support you in this journey and will provide you with the opportunity to develop your skills and build your confidence as a young leader and have access to one of the Board’s Trustees as a mentor.
Further details about the role are contained in the document below.
To apply please provide a CV together with a covering letter explaining your interest and why your feel your experience is suitable for this position.
If you have any questions about the role or the application process please contact Richard Neal, CEO of Suffolk FA, via email@example.com / 07903 842747 or Julie Mulcahy, Senior Independent Director, Suffolk Board of Trustees, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications should be sent to Richard Neal, Chief Executive Officer, via email@example.com.
The closing date is 5pm on Tuesday, May 2nd 2023.
Interviews will be held during the week of Monday, May 22nd 2023.