Information for applicants to the Board of Trustees of Apex Charitable Trust
Thank you for your interest in joining Apex Charitable Trust's Board of Trustees.
To give you the necessary information relating to our work and plans, the Trustee role and how you will be supported as a new Trustee, I have put together a set of information for you to download from the links on the right of this page.Here you will find details of: 1. Apex Charitable Trust's mission, vision and charitable objects
2. The Trustee induction pack including information on the role of the Trustee
3. Additional information and links to others areas of our website detailing who we are and what we do.
The Nomination Process
The role of Trustee is crucial in ensuring strong governance and the clear strategic direction for the charity. The charity has undergone considerable change in recent years and has refocused its activities to work with offenders in the Merseyside.
The Board is recruiting additional Trustees from the Merseyside region who will strengthen the Board's mix of skills, expertise and diversity, contribute enthusiastically and embrace the highest standards of Conduct. We are keen to hear from anyone with a background in finance/accounts.
If you are interested in becoming a Trustee and wish to speak to someone informally, please contact myself Kim Hughes - Chief Executive (email at firstname.lastname@example.org or M: 07795 832045) in the first instance. Alternatively, you can contact Terry Nemko, Chair of the Board of Trustees (email: email@example.com or M:07939 268231).
If you wish to apply please write/email to Kim Hughes-Chief Officer at K.firstname.lastname@example.org or to Apex Trust, Tontine House, 24 Church Street, St Helens. Merseyside. WA10 1BD, providing a short statement outlining why you would like to be a Trustee and what skills and experience you would bring to the role. Please also attach an up to date CV.
Trustees generally meet 6 times a year. Trustees' expenses for travel to Board meetings are paid, but the role itself is without remuneration.