bckr | The British Association for Early Childhood Education seeks new Trustee – employment law expertise welcomed
37002
post-template-default,single,single-post,postid-37002,single-format-standard,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,select-theme-ver-1.7.1,vertical_menu_enabled,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-6.4.2,vc_responsive
 

The British Association for Early Childhood Education seeks new Trustee – employment law expertise welcomed

The British Association for Early Childhood Education seeks new Trustee – employment law expertise welcomed

Closing Date
1 November 2021
Location
Various locations
Time Commitment
Please enquire on application

A number of places on the Board are coming up for election at the AGM on 13 November 2021.

There are vacancies for trustees from the following areas:

• Midlands and East of England (1 vacancy)

• North West England (1 vacancy)

• North East England (1 vacancy)

• South East England (2 vacancies)

• Scotland (1 vacancy)

There are no vacancies for Northern Ireland, Wales or South West England this year.

Would you consider becoming a trustee, or can you think of someone you would wish to nominate? We are looking for trustees who show:

• a commitment to the ethos, purpose and role of Early Education

• the ability to think and act strategically to further the development of Early Education

An understanding of the key early years policy issues across the UK and the needs of the early years workforce in general, and Early Education members in particular, would be desirable. We would particularly applications from people who have strong skills and experience in campaigning and marketing, HR/employment law, income generation and financial management.

In addition to the elected places, two co-opted places are available for trustees who can offer these skills, regardless of where in the country they are based. We are staunchly committed to diversity and aim to have a board whose composition reflects that. People from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities and men are currently under-represented on our Board. Nominations from these groups are particularly encouraged for both elected and co-opted places.

Please click here for further information.