Bristol Zoological Society is world-famous. Established in 1835, Bristol Zoological Society is a charity dedicated to saving wildlife together. We do this through conservation action and engaging people with the natural world. We achieve our mission through operating two zoos, Bristol Zoo Gardens and Wild Place Project, engaging with guests, formal and informal education programmes and through a series of science and conservation programmes.
A new strategy for the Society is currently being developed and we are looking for two new trustees to join the Society to help take our vision forward.
We are also looking for a small number of lay members to join two of our Trustee Sub-Committees.
These are high profile and rewarding voluntary roles which offer individuals the opportunity to make a significant contribution to our vision and mission and at the same time expand and enhance their own professional experience, expertise and networks. Trustees and committee members will work with senior executives from the Society alongside other trustees from a wide variety of backgrounds. We want our trustees to reflect the wide range of diverse communities who live and work in Bristol.
All roles are voluntary and unpaid. Previous experience is not required as appropriate induction and training will be given.
Lay member of Finance & Business Committee
Lay member(s) of Audit & Risk Committee
To register your interest and request more information on these roles, please contact Kristina Haldane (tel: 0117 428 5302 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Closing date for applications is noon on Friday 4 January 2019. A shortlist of applicants will be invited to meet the Chair of Trustees, the Chief Executive and other trustees towards the end of January 2019.
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