LPW is on the lookout for Boardroom heroes to supercharge young futures in the region. Working across the South West, LPW finds and addresses the gaps in support to meet the needs of our communities‘ most vulnerable children and young people.
Role: Non-Executive Director
Remuneration: Voluntary, with expenses paid
Reason To Apply? A great and rewarding opportunity to help LPW on their mission to transform lives, support and empower the youth of today.
Deadline: 5pm, Friday 10th December
“LPW transforms lives, identifies at-risk children and young people, to support them with exceptional play opportunities, youth work, positive intervention, education and training, and routes into work.
We shape futures by helping people of all ages realise how their strengths, skills and knowledge can offer them an exciting range of opportunities” – Rachel Robinson, CEO
Based in the heart of Bristol, Learning Partnership West exists to ensure that no child or young person is left without help. Working collaboratively with children and young people, families, professional agencies and Local Authorities, LPW builds the strengths, abilities, talents and emotional well-being of children and young people.
To keep up their ambitious work and continue to deliver support to vulnerable young people across Bristol, Learning Partnership West are seeking to diversify their governance to better represent the amazing people who grow and benefit from LPW services as well as those that work for LPW.
- Do you have Business or Corporate experience?
- Do you have an understanding of Community Organisations?
- Want to use your life experiences to make an impact on the Education and Youth sector?
- Do you believe in the power of an inclusive and personalised approach to support young people?
If so, then why not join the board using your experience, expertise and enthusiasm to supercharge the decision making and enhance the way in which LPW delivers on its mission!
LPW champions and is firmly committed to the importance of a diverse Board. As part of the next round of Board recruitment, LPW are reaching out beyond their established networks to attract diverse, talented professionals from across the city who have Business, Corporate and/or Community Organisation expertise.
How To Apply
An enhanced DBS is required due to the nature of the role.
If you’d like to find out more about the NED role at LPW , please get in touch with Rachel Robinson, CEO, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visits to the school are also very welcome by arrangement.
Closing Date: 5pm, Friday 10th December
Please complete our Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form. Your responses are anonymous and do not impact the application process.
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