Truro Humanists aim to provide a range of activities for non-religious living to meet, socialise, campaign, raise awareness of humanism, participate in local civic life and support each other. The Local Section represents Humanists UK and the local humanist community at public events and in public forums.
By bringing together the best of our national experience and local organising, we want to keep all the great stuff from the existing group, while opening new community, volunteering, and leadership opportunities for local humanists.
We are seeking a dedicated and driven Coordinator to join our Committee, to assist in delivering these core activities:
- Lead on developing a meaningful planned programme of activities for the local humanist community, and ensure the local section volunteer team has the members and skills necessary to deliver this plan.
- Lead on working with and reporting to Humanists UK, to ensure that what Truro Humanists is doing fits the wider organisation and that economies of scale/crossovers/other opportunities aren’t missed.
- Take responsibility for ensuring that Truro Humanists’ activities are inclusive and welcoming.
You may also be asked to:
- Create and develop local links to other Humanists UK services and sections, as well as other relevant stakeholders.
- Manage the delivery of events and other activities, with the support of the rest of the team.
- Represent the local humanist community in a variety of stakeholder and civic society forums.
- Promote Humanists UK membership, fundraising, educational, and public policy campaigns.
- Support the budgeting and financial management of the section.
This application pack contains all the information you will need to decide whether the role is right for you, including what you would get out of the role and what we expect you would bring to the role.
Whatever your background, or prior experiences, if you’re passionate about creating an inclusive, effective humanist community in and around York, we’d love to hear from you.
To apply for the role, please email email@example.com letting us know:
- Who you are, including a little bit about yourself
- Why you are interested in the role
- What do you think you’d bring to the role (e,g. your skills and experiences that would be particularly relevant)
- What you’d like to get out of the role
- Any concerns, or extra support you’d need in the role
This need not be a long essay, it’s just to help us understand who you are, and why you’d be a good fit. If you have a current CV, that would also be helpful but isn’t essential. You are welcome to contact Wayne, the Branches Volunteer Coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the role before applying.
We actively encourage applications from all sections of our community. We particularly welcome applicants from groups currently under-represented among branch volunteers and leaders, these would include individuals who identify as female, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, disabled, or trans.