Would you like to help invest in Scottish Communities?

Would you like to help invest in Scottish Communities? Appointment of a Big Lottery Fund Scotland Committee Member

We are recruiting an additional member of our Scotland Committee who can complement and add value to the skills and experience of our current members.

Big Lottery Fund Scotland Director, Jackie Killeen
Big Lottery Fund Scotland Director, Jackie Killeen

Why become a Scotland Committee Member?

Maureen McGinn is the Chair of the Scotland Committee:

“Scotland Committee Members play a leading role in an organisation which makes a real difference to people, families and communities most in need in Scotland.   The Committee is responsible for making sure we make grants which have the greatest impact through the best projects and sets the direction of future investments in Scottish communities.  You will have the opportunity to join a talented and diverse Committee which enjoys the support of a committed and knowledgeable staff team, making sure that Lottery money consistently brings benefits to people in Scotland.”

The role of the Scotland Committee

The Scotland Committee sets the strategic direction and policy framework for funding programmes that make a distinct contribution to the Fund’s mission in Scotland, has oversight of the work and takes funding decisions.

We would welcome applications from people with experience and knowledge of working directly with communities to tackle poverty and inequality, who have experience of leadership in the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector and who can provide constructive challenge and improve our impact.

Applications should be made by completing the application form which can be found via this link

The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 11.59am on Friday 28 August 2015.

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