The National Children’s Choir of Great Britain is looking for talented trustees to use their skills and experience as a member of our Board. This is an exciting opportunity that offers the chance to help to build on the success of our dynamic children’s choir.

The role of the trustees is to set and oversee the strategic direction of The National Children’s Choir of Great Britain. They ensure that it meets its objects, as defined in the governing document. They also work to ensure that the charity remains on a sound financial footing.
Trustees work on a voluntary basis and are not expected to contribute financially to the charity.

Board meetings are held 4 times a year in the evening, usually in the London area, and last approximately 2 hours.

Trustees may also be asked for input and advice on charity matters in between board meetings.

Occasional attendance at choir concerts and events would be welcomed but is not a requirement of the role.

Parents or guardians of current choristers are not eligible to apply.

More details can be found in the Trustee role specification, or please contact us on 07894 021279 or [email protected] if you would like to discuss further.