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The Churches Conservation Trust are looking for trustees

NEW JOB: The Churches Conservation Trust

CCT IS looking for dynamic new trustees with board-level experience from a wide range of backgrounds to join a fast-growing, multi-faceted and enterprising national charity working with local communities across England to make the most of our beautiful heritage. Senior finance and commercial leadership skills would be of particular value.

The Trust cares for an internationally-important collection of 350 historic churches and promotes innovative community, educational and arts use, volunteering and tourism. Its visionary Trustees are currently leading the organisation through a bold strategy to inspire people, protect history and create value.

This is your chance to influence our future development and sustainability and contribute to the exciting potential of heritage at the heart of communities.

The Trust seeks to be an inclusive, participatory organisation and particularly welcomes applications from people from Black and Ethnic Minority and other groups which are currently under-represented on our Board.
Appointed by the Crown on the advice of the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, the successful candidate will be passionate about the cause and committed to supporting the work of CCT.

To find out more about CCT see visitchurches.co.uk

For an informal discussion please contact Crispin Truman, chief executive, on 020 7841 0402 or chiefexecutive@thecct.org.uk

To apply, please send via email a CV and covering letter, explaining why you are interested in the position and highlighting the key expertise you feel you will bring, to asaoffice@churchofengland.org

Closing date: 9am, Thursday 16th February
Interviews will be held in central London on: 3 March

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