Articulate is seeking your input and support for care experienced young Scots ...
Knowledgeable about arts and well-being? So are we, and so we are looking to employ a curious, creative and compassionate co-ordinator to take us to a new level of service co-design and quality delivery.
Read more here. And apply by noon on Tuesday 19 April 2022.
Articulate is looking to recruit two new Trustees to support the development of the charity's strategic direction, quality assurance, risk management, fund-raising and good governance in line with our ambitious five-year plan.
We would particularly benefit from input by a professional who has legal expertise and we'd also benefit hugely from the guidance of a Trustee from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background*. ACT is committed to diversity and inclusion but at present, we have no Trustees of colour. We are very keen to address this deficit and welcome applicants with appropriate skills or experience from ethnically diverse communities.
* We acknowledge that these terms are far from perfect and are following conversations closely in the sector.
You can read about the Board and our current Trustees here.
The job description for the Trustee role is here. If you would like to know more please don't hesitate to get in touch.
‘I look forward to watching Articulate continue to soar and pioneer new ways of supporting marginalised young people to thrive through creativity. It's been an honour to be part of this movement and a joy serving as a Trustee. I’m proud of everyone - especially our hugely talented young people. I can’t wait to see them fly higher!’
Dr Eve Hepburn, Founding Trustee, January 2017 to May 2020
As part of the recruitment process, we need to gather information about applicants. By submitting your application, you agree to Articulate collecting and storing your information. Your application will only be accessed by the Articulate team. We will store applications for six months after the application deadline, at which point they will be safely removed from our system.