Why you should become a Transform Trustee

8 February 2019

Being a trustee is one of the most important and rewarding roles within a voluntary organisation. Utilising their unique skills, Trustees work together with the Chief Executive to give direction to a charity and ensure it achieves its aims.

Not only do Trustees provide added value to charities but it is a known fact that volunteering is good for you! Apart from the social and professional benefits, research from the National Council for Voluntary Organisations has shown that volunteering can improve mental as well as physical health.

Do you have a legal or marketing background? Then why not apply to be a Transform Trustee? Join Surrey’s largest supported housing provider and help people to reach their goals and live independent and fulfilling lives.

Chairman, Mark Austen, is giving a call to arms to the workforce of Surrey professionals with this experience as Transform wishes to refresh and re-energise the existing Board.

Mark said:

“We want to broaden our Board’s skills base, knowledge and networks and seek people who can help us to think long term and strategically. Whilst sector experience is not essential, we are interested in professionals who have a background or expertise in legal or marketing fields.”

Transform is currently in a position of unprecedented strength as by far the largest provider of housing and support in Surrey. Working from Crawley in the east to Wokingham in the west, Transform benefits from substantial assets: over 200 staff with a wealth of commitment, skills and experience, a robust infrastructure and a solid portfolio of properties.

Mark added:

“If you find the prospect of working with a dedicated and committed Board and Executive, to help deliver our vision of improving the lives of more people during times of great uncertainty, please apply to day.”

More information and to apply click here. Closing date is 28 February 2019.

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