Advisory Board Member x2 (Safeguarding & Fundraising)

The Land Collective CIC

In the meantime, please see our information pack for more details.

Apply below with your CV and Cover Letter/Personal Statement indicating what role you’re interested in.

Being a Board Member

As a Board Member you will:

  • Be an ambassador for The Land Collective and for our work.
  • Help shape the strategic direction of The Land Collective ensuring we are meeting our objectives.
  • Make sure that caring together has policies in place which comply with current legislation and promote good practice.
  • Contribute to the setting of goals and targets and evaluating performance against them.
  • Ensure the effective management of risks.
  • Support the income generation and outward-facing activities of The Land Collective.
  • Spend time with different elements of our organisation and understand our work.
  • Safeguard the good name and values of The Land Collective.
  • Participate in the cycle of meetings and ensure decisions taken at meetings are implemented.
  • Attend any training and development sessions to promote your knowledge and development in the role of Board Member.


As a Board Member, you will need

  • To be committed to developing your knowledge and understanding of how The Land Collective is run.
  • To be committed to supporting and promoting The Land Collective’s vision and values.
  • To understand and firmly believe in the work we do.
  • To demonstrate strong leadership skills.
  • To be a creative thinker and help The Land Collective develop areas of work.
  • To have excellent communication skills and be able to both build agreement and challenge constructively.
  • To be passionate about youth development, empowerment, and engagement in the built environment sector.
  • To be an active member of the board, committing the time and thought needed.

The Board

We aim to hold four quarterly board meetings per year (March, June, September, December), plus strategy and community engagement and individual support days.

We are currently seeking Board Members who have the following experience/interests; however, all are welcome to apply and interview.

We would like to hear from people with safeguarding experience to ensure that our staff and stakeholders are protected and kept safe from a company perspective. It would be ideal for this candidate to have over 3 years of safeguarding experience.

We are keen to hear from individuals who have fundraising and bid writing experience as it pertains to grants. Grant funding will be a large part of our income moving forward and it’s vital that we have someone on board who understands this process and can help us navigate this properly.

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