Join Career Connect’s Trustee Board


Do you want to further the employment and life chances of others, particularly those who are vulnerable or are marginalised in our society?

Do you have experience of working with charities or voluntary sector organisations?

Then Career Connect would really like to hear from you.

Career Connect is a North West based charity. Our mission is to help individuals realise their potential through well-informed career choices and practical actions to secure employment, education and training. Our principal areas of activity are in Greater Manchester and Liverpool City Region; we also operate in Lancashire, Cheshire and Warrington. Our Head Office is in Liverpool where most of our Board meetings take place.

“We are seeking to recruit new Trustees to our Board to strengthen its governance and diversity and to enable our charity to take forward its valuable work of transforming the futures of young people and adults” said Deborah Shackleton, Chair of Career Connect Trustee Board. “We would welcome expressions of interest from individuals with a broad range of skills from across all sectors, including accountancy, auditing, HR, marketing & communications, academia and technology & digital to help our charity, Career Connect, to achieve our goals. If you have these skills we hope to hear from you”.

To learn more about Career Connect and the role of the Trustee Board, please click here.

If you would like an informal discussion about the role, please contact Nikki Povall, PA to Chief Executive Team in the first instance on Tel: 0151 600 7710 / Email: [email protected]

To apply to join our Trustee Board, please complete the Expression of Interest survey on our website and upload your resume / CV identifying your skills and competencies for the role by no later than midnight on Sunday 22 April 2018.


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