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VCSE Representative Required for Trafford Partnership’s Inclusive Growth Board – Apply Now! Closing Date Extended to 20th December 2017

Trafford Partnership are looking to recruit a representative from the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector (VCSE) to sit on Trafford Partnership's Inclusive Growth Board. The role, which is a voluntary role, requires someone from Trafford's VCSE Sector who can positively contribute to the strategic board, and assist in being a local voice for Trafford's VCSE sector. The Partnership is looking for a VCSE representative with a strong knowledge of the VCSE sector, ideally someone with experience of running a Social Enterprise or Community-Led organisation, and will be required to attend and contribute to the quarterly Inclusive Growth Board meetings, and Thrive Trafford's VCSE Strategic Forums.

Having a VCSE representative on each Trafford Partnership Board fits with the Partnership's vision for new relationships across sectors set out in their Building Strong Communities Strategy, and the call for a stronger role for the VCSE sector was championed in the Trafford Partnership Board by Reverend Roger Sutton - Local Faith Leader, and Chair of The Trafford Strong Communities Board.

For more information about the Inclusive Growth Board role please see below the job description for the board role:
Inclusive Growth Board - Job-Description

To apply please download an application form - VCSE-Representative-Board-Application-Form and email the completed form back to Caroline Lewis on caroline.lewis@thrivetrafford.org.uk.

Applications for this role are open until 5pm on Wednesday 20th December 2017
Applicants shortlisted for the Board role will be invited to an interview in the New Year.

For further information about the Inclusive Growth Board please visit:
http://www.traffordpartnership.org/inclusive-growth/inclusive-growth-board.aspx


For further information about the role please email Caroline Lewis on caroline.lewis@thrivetrafford.org.uk or call 0330 123 9766

December 6, 2017