Could you be the new Volunteer Chair of Cambridgeshire Crimestoppers?
The independent charity Crimestoppers helps make communities safer places to live and bring criminals to justice by giving people the chance to provide information about crime anonymously. Crimestoppers is highly effective – around 23 people are arrested and charged every day as a result of information given to the charity.
We are currently seeking: Volunteer Chair – Cambridgeshire Committee
In this exciting role you will be responsible for leading a newly formed Crimestoppers committee of volunteer members - representing and fulfilling the charity’s work and objectives across Cambridgeshire. Your role will include motivating, encouraging and supporting all volunteer members to deliver effective results in line with their experience, available commitment and overall aspirations. You will also be responsible for the implementation and tackling of an annual business plan, noting suitable success criteria and leading on development.
You will need experience of delivering high impact verbal and written proposals and presentations at senior level meetings, and your highly developed interpersonal and network skills will be essential in liaison with other partners in order to achieve the stated objectives of Crimestoppers, (statutory, corporate, media partners etc).
This role would require a three year commitment, including quarterly committee meetings, but the time dedicated to the role will be balanced with the successful individual’s other demands. The post is unremunerated but reasonable out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed through committee raised funds.
TO APPLY: Please email CV and covering letter to Ann Scott, Eastern Regional Manager, on firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information please phone Ann Scott on 01255 475954.
Closing Date: 24th February 2012
Interviews to be held in Huntingdon or Peterborough: Week commencing 19th March 2012