Overview

Do you share The Big Lottery Fund’s belief that people should be in the lead in improving their lives and communities?

Our approach focuses on the skills, assets and energy that people can draw upon and the potential in their ideas. We feel that strong, vibrant communities can be built and renewed by the people living in them – making them ready for anything in the face of future opportunities and challenges.

As a member of its England Committee, The Big Lottery Fund is offering you an exciting opportunity to make a major contribution to the future of ‘People in the Lead’.

England Committee Member £7,848 per annum  

The Big Lottery Fund (the Fund), the largest distributor of National Lottery Funds seeks to appoint a new England Committee Member who complements the skills and the experience of existing committee members and who brings private sector experience with evidence of high level influence; strong analytical and critical thinking skills and an understanding of and interest in civil society, its value and social impact.

You will be excellent at building relationships with stakeholders and representing the Fund, have an awareness of the governance framework relevant to the Fund; able to contribute to and lead decision-making forums.

We really want someone with loads of curiosity, energy and a certain sparkiness.

We want our Committee to have a broad base of knowledge, skills and experience and to reflect modern society in all its diversity. We welcome applications from all.

About the Big Lottery Fund
Big Lottery Fund is the largest community funder in the UK. Last year we distributed £700m to 12,000 projects, using money raised by National Lottery players.

We believe that communities are strengthened when people come together, forming relationships, developing skills and sharing ideas. This is the vision we’re working towards – a society where people can take the lead in growing happy, sustainable communities for the future.

Most of our grants support local charities run by volunteers. Whether the grant is for £500, or £5m, our funding is used by communities to run amazing projects led by local people. We don’t tell people what to do – we respond to what matters to them. They know what their communities need, and they are best placed to make great things happen.

How to Apply  
To learn more about this unique opportunity, please download the candidate briefing document on teh Prospectus website.

For a confidential conversation, please contact our retained advisors Lottie Wihl and Jessica Stockford at Prospectus via email Lottie.Wihl@prospect-us.co.uk or Jessica.Stockford@prospect-us.co.uk or via 0207 691 1920.

Closing date: Sunday 9th April 2017
Final panel interviews: Monday 24th April 2017

Tagged as: analytical, influence, private sector experience