Trustee Recruitment We're looking for talented Trustees to join us at The House

We want to create a community of people who are invested in creating a fair and equal society.

We believe that gaining and maintaining employment is instrumental to independence and security, and that in a society where there is disconnect, it’s important to create environments where people feel connected. So, we created an Employment Academy that’s integrated into the heart of a social business, our members’ club.

We are looking for people to join our board of Trustees. People with a passion for social change, who bring sound governance experience and specific skills and / or networks within our key areas of focus over the next 18 months.

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We would like to make several appointments to strengthen our Board over the next 6 – 9 months.

Trustees will bring specific skills and networks within one of the following key areas:

  • Financial and audit / risk experience (with a recognised financial qualification) to become our Treasurer and chair of our Finance Committee

 

  • Expertise in the commercial use, development and maintenance of historic buildings

 

  • Connections and networks within the London Diocese of the Church of England and an interest in the creative use of our Chapel
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"It's life Jim, but not as we know it."
Andrew Gerrard, member and mentor

As well as part-funding the Employment Academy, our not-for-profit members' club offers space for participants to learn and train. Our members offer mentoring support to participants, too. Read about member, and mentor, Andrew's experience.
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The House has existed since 1846. It’s from these origins we’ve inherited our Grade 1 listed building, and the consecrated chapel from which we take our name. That’s quite a legacy to build on.

Jenny Watson, Chair