Additional Non-Executive Board members wanted to help make a lasting difference to young people in Lambeth
We are seeking a diverse and experienced range of Board members who can help set the strategic direction for youth and play services in Lambeth.
Successful candidates will bring top level management and/or board experience, alongside the ability to provide strategic leadership and oversee performance. A description of the requirements for Board members are outlined in the application pack.
We are the Young Lambeth Cooperative (YLC), a non-profit cooperative created by Lambeth Council and the community in 2015 to act as the primary strategic coordinator and commissioner of co-produced youth services for the Borough.
We are a growing, financially stable organisation with an income of £1.5m and we have recently been awarded Big Lottery Funding to develop our services further, delivering more benefits to local young people.
We are an outcomes-based funder and an alliance lead supplier, with a membership of 7,000 of whom 35% are under the age of 19. We focus on developing increased aspirations, improved emotional resilience, decreased risk of violence (victimisation and perpetration), reduced marginalisation and increased key-life and leadership skills for and within young people.
The director role will make you an ambassador for the YLC and your experience, dedication and enthusiasm should reflect this.
For further information or to apply please contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 020 7095 1018
Application is by CV and a supporting letter.
The Young Lambeth cooperative is committed to diversity and is an equal opportunities employer.
Anyone over 21 who shares the YLC's aims and values
Cooperatives include non-profit community organizations and businesses that are owned and managed by the people who use its services or by the people who work there.
A town council is a democratically elected form of government for small municipalities or civil parishes. A council may serve as both the representative and executive branch.
The current district of Lambeth was part of the large ancient parish of Lambeth St Mary in the Brixton hundred of Surrey.
Anyone between the ages of 11 and 19, or under 25 for those who use services from Lambeth Council because of a disability.