CALLING FOR NEW MEMBERS TO JOIN OUR BOARD OF VOLUNTEERS
Are you looking for an opportunity to drive positive change for the community of Truro and help build the Truro of tomorrow?
The Truro Town Deal Board is looking for new members to join them at the exciting time of the City’s regeneration programme delivery which is made possible thanks to the Government’s Town Deal Fund.
In June 2021, Truro was awarded £23.6 million from the Government’s £3.6 billion Towns Fund to bring a step-change in how we live, work and enjoy Truro. This money will help us to future proof Truro whilst celebrating its unique character. Seven projects, set to transform our city and local economy, are now entering their delivery phase. Read more about the seven projects funded by the Town Deal here.
We are calling for leaders or developing leaders with the skills, confidence and the authority to bring their voice to the table in order to help shape and deliver the Town Investment Plan for Truro and support the City’s regeneration.
Find out more about the current members of the board here
Members of the Truro Town Deal Board are expected to:
- Actively engage with all stakeholders, but particularly with the private sector (including the social enterprise and third sector) and further and higher education institutions to capture and engage their interest and facilitate their activity in Truro.
- Champion and oversee the delivery of the Truro Town Investment Plan.
- To actively participate in at least 4 Board meetings per annum, providing expert advice, guidance, insight and challenge to Board discussions.
- Be prepared to Chair a relevant Board sub-committee or strategy implementation committee or similar, where necessary and appropriate.
- Help ensure the Truro Town Deal Board actively reflects the businesses and people of Truro.
It is envisaged that the role will require a time commitment of approximately two days per month with greater commitment at key programme milestones.
The precise nature and timing of this commitment will be determined with the successful candidate.
It is expected, as a minimum, that candidates should be prepared to attend 4 Board meetings lasting a maximum of three hours held at varying locations around Truro or via online methods.
Board members will also be encouraged to participate in activities between Board meetings which could involve chairing a subgroup and/or representing the Truro Town Deal Board and consultation events.
For more information about the Truro Town Deal, visit:
How to apply
Please submit a covering letter outlining your motivation for applying and highlighting how your skills, knowledge and experience meet the requirements of the role of the board members, as set out in the role description (two sides of A4 maximum) and a copy of your CV by Friday 31st March by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Read the Role Profile here.
For a confidential discussion on the role in more details, please email: email@example.com
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