ATC Board of Directors: Call for expressions of interest
Would you like to contribute your skills and experience to promote the Tibet human rights cause, in a direct and valuable way?
As part of its succession planning, Australia Tibet Council is seeking suitable, committed Tibet supporters to join its Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors
The Board and its directors are legally responsible for ATC’s management and finances.
The Board oversees ATC’s strategy, campaign planning and implementation. It is responsible for ATC’s financial management and organisational policies. We are a diverse and welcoming team with a collegial approach to decision making.
Director positions are voluntary and there is no financial remuneration. Applicants are invited from all Australian states.
Skills and experience
We are looking for directors with skills in financial management and legal/governance experience. We also welcome applicants with the following skills and/or experience in:
I.T, campaigning, communications, marketing, human rights activism, AICD training and human resources
Applicants should have a strong commitment to the Tibet cause, be well informed about ATC’s work and be willing to commit a few hours per week.
Directors are expected to:
- participate in Board meetings, which are held every six weeks via teleconference for around 90 minutes;
- participate in the work of Board committees;
- participate in fundraising and advocacy activities; and
- attend a two-day Strategy workshop held in November to plan the work of the year ahead.
Membership of ATC as a Voice For Tibet (monthly giver) is required of all Board Members.
For more information, please go to ATC Board of Directors: Role, Structure and Operations (or see contact details below).
If this role appeals to you, please submit a detailed CV outlining your skills and expertise to:
Annie Wale, ATC Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Camarena, ATC Co-chair