Now open! become a trustee at the Soil association

Would you like to be at the heart of the organic movement, and have the opportunity to make a huge difference to the natural world and the health of the people around you? You're in luck, as we're recruiting for a Chair of Trustees.

Chair of Trustees: 

The Soil Association was formed in 1946 to create a better world – one where we farm responsibly, eat healthily and live in balance with the environment. Over the intervening 70 years we have championed organic farming and food, campaigned on a wide range of issues, innovated and delivered real change in the world. And now as a result of the EU referendum, our country faces crucial choices about how to shape the future of food, farming and the countryside. 

So these are exciting times and we are at an exciting stage of our development with a hugely committed workforce of 250 employees across the UK and tens of thousands of like-minded individuals and businesses working towards a vision of positive change. Our Trustees sit at the heart of the charity’s governance and you will be a central figure playing a key role in implementing the Soil Association’s strategy, building a strong working relationship with the Chief Executive and senior staff and inspire ouHow to Apply All applications will be made to Reach in the first instance.

How to apply

To apply please send your CV and supporting statement that addresses the criteria in the Role Description. Please also include your reasons and motivations for applying for this role. Please ensure your supporting statement provides concise and specific examples to demonstrate your competencies, achievements and skills addressing the criteria listed as well as demonstrating your commitment to the work of the Soil Association.

Please ensure that you have included contact details, including your mobile phone number and your e-mail address. Applications should be emailed to: beneficiaries, customers and supporters to take their own steps towards a kinder, fairer and healthier future.

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For more details see here the official call