Communities Representative needed for Birmingham City Partnership Board

Communities Representative needed for Birmingham City Partnership Board

Birmingham City Partnership Board – Communities Representative

The Birmingham City Partnership Board is seeking to recruit a Communities Representative to provide a communities-based perspective on board matters, and to contribute to the board’s agenda based on this perspective. The role will work in close partnership with the Voluntary Sector Representative to provide a strong and coordinated civil society input to board business.

 

About the Birmingham City Partnership Board

The Birmingham City Partnership Board was established in September 2018 to drive positive change collectively for the city of Birmingham. Its intention is to provide a regular way for representatives of different sectors to build trust between themselves and to collaborate in addressing relevant strategic opportunities, with a view to helping the city move towards a more agile and distributed leadership approach.

For further information about the role, please see the role description HERE.

 

To express an interest, please submit either: your CV with a covering letter or a written expression of interest, outlining your suitability based on the role description and qualities sought to , by Friday 15th March 2019.

If you would like an informal discussion about the Communities Representative role, please contact Brian Carr (Voluntary Sector representative) at 0121 678 8801 or

 

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