VACANCIES: Join our board of trustees!

cropped-TFP-Site-Icon-for-Wordpress_512x.pngThe Forgiveness Project’s unique response to a divided world is to enable people to explore forgiveness, by sharing real stories of forgiveness and transformation.

Founded eleven years ago by Marina Cantacuzino, recently joined by our new CEO Tim Mungeam, we are seeking to grow the reach and impact of our extraordinary, powerful, and award winning work. Are you the person to join our Trustee Board and help us take that next step?

As a Trustee you will be part of a passionate and dedicated team of volunteers, using your skills and experience to shape and guide the delivery of our organisational strategy.

At this pivotal time for the charity, TFP is looking to recruit two new trustees, ideally with expertise to bring in relation to communications, or people management, to build the expertise and capacity of our Board.

We are looking for someone who can bring their experience of communications to our Trustee Board, someone who understands how we can build our brand, reach new audiences, and ensure we tell the stories of our work innovatively and effectively, using multiple platforms, from face to face to new forms of digital.

We are also looking to build our organisational capacity, from our core of a highly committed staff and volunteer team to the wider group of amazing facilitators, speakers and story tellers, and through our work with international partners. We are therefore looking for someone to bring their experience of people management to the board, who understands human resources (HR) management and procedures but also can help guide our growing work across our affiliates and associates.

We are looking for people who share our ethos, of integrity, empathy and respect for each individual’s contribution; for people with energy, creativity, and a willingness to challenge and be challenged; and with a real interest in and commitment to the work of TFP and a desire to make a significant difference.

Being a Trustee

Trustees are appointed for three years, with the possibility of re-appointment for a further three years, so six years in total. You will be required to attend four quarterly Board meetings in London. The full duties and responsibilities of Trustees, and person specification, and full details of how to apply can be found here:

Trustees are volunteers and this position is unpaid, although reasonable expenses incurred can be claimed for travel to meetings. You must be at least 18 years old to be a Trustee and appointment is subject to eligibility in line with the Charity Commission criteria for being a Trustee. Application is by CV and covering letter to CEO Tim Mungeam – – by noon on Friday 8th January 2016.

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