Do you want to help steer the direction of the voluntary sector here in Wales? Find out more about applying for the position!
WCVA is looking for a new Chair of the board to help lead our organisation as we enable the voluntary sector to make a bigger difference together. Our Chair is responsible for ensuring strategic leadership, governance, and the direction of WCVA’s work.
We’re looking for a new Chair who can provide clear and visible leadership for WCVA as an independent charity and for the wider voluntary sector here in Wales, as well as sharing our commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion by valuing differences to make better decisions and deliver better outcomes.
WHY ARE WE RECRUITING A NEW CHAIR?
After eight years, Peter Davies will be stepping down from his position as Chair of WCVA. Peter has been an instrumental part of WCVA’s strategic development since 2014 and as an organisation we’re deeply grateful for his support and contributions over this time.
We are now looking for a new Chair who can help us develop and achieve our vision for a future where voluntary organisations and volunteering thrive across Wales, improving wellbeing for all.
WHAT DOES THE ROLE OF CHAIR INVOLVE?
The role of WCVA’s Chair is an exciting and diverse position where you’ll get the opportunity to work with a huge variety of stakeholders from a range of backgrounds and experiences. Our new Chair will help us to navigate a number of key challenges that face the sector in the near future, such as the impact of leaving the EU, reducing inequalities in the sector, developing digital resources and the need to build resilience into all areas of work.
WANT TO LEARN MORE?
We’re pleased to be working with Acorn for the recruitment of this role. Take a look at the information pack to learn more about the role and how to apply.
GET IN TOUCH!
Our current Chair, Peter Davies is happy to chat to interested candidates about his experience in the role. If you would like to arrange a discussion with Peter please contact email@example.com.