Our activities, particularly those conducted on public highways, are likely to come under close scrutiny. We need to make sure our messages are accurate and positive.
We also plan to conduct most of our activities supported by a large network of volunteers, who will rely on effective and timely communications.
We require the skills of communications specialists to ensure our communications are accurate, timely and effective for both our internal and external stakeholders.
The Communications Specialist is a Trustee role.
As a Trustee you will also be involved in setting the charity's vision & objectives, ensuring the charity has the required capabilities to achieve its objectives and that the Charity is operating in a safe and compliant manner.
You can learn more about the Trustee role and associated responsibilities at the Charity Commission's website (click here).
TrusteElearning.org has also converted the Charity Commission's requirements into a training pack. You would be required to complete this training before taking up a role as Trustee of the Stop Road Kill charity. You can review this pack at the TrusteElearning website (click here).
If you are interested in this role, or any other of the volunteer roles, please complete our contact form ... (click here).
4. Animal Welfare Specialists
5. Business Analyst
6. Charity Architect
7. Communications Specialist 8. Development & Testing Specialist
9. Health & Safety Specialist 10. HR/Recruitment Specialist
11. Project Manager 12. Traffic Specialist