Trustee/Co-chair

  • Toi Ora Live Art Trust
  • Hybrid (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • May 30, 2024
Board/Director Arts Health Care and Medical Training

Job Description

We seek to ensure that our board is comprised of expertise and/or lived experience in areas including:

·       Professional knowledge of the Mental Health and/or Disability Sector

·       Adult Learning

·       Māori Culture / Te Tiriti o Waitangi / Tikanga Māori

·       Pasifika Culture

·       Community Arts

·       Not for profit management and/or governance expertise

·       People and Culture/Human Resources

·       Financial Management expertise

·       Legal expertise

·       Marketing and Communications

·       Sponsorship and Fundraising

·       Any other experience that may benefit the board

While each trustee will have particular strengths in one or more areas, all trustees are expected to contribute widely to the effective governance and interests of the organisation.

This is a voluntary (unpaid) position. Trustees are asked to commit to at least one term of 3 years. It is estimated that the position of Toi Ora Trustee will take up to 8 hours per month with the Co-chair role more like 8-12 hours per month. We meet approximately 8 times per annum remotely or, by preference, at Toi Ora, in Grey Lynn, Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland. Trustees are also expected to attend events such as exhibition openings.

Preference will be given to applicants who have knowledge and experience of Adult Learning, the Mental Health sector and/or knowledge/experience in the application of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and Tikanga Māori, and who have an interest/passion or understanding for The Arts as a powerful medium for expression, connection and healing. Governance experience is essential and chair experience is desirable.

Organisation

Toi Ora Live Art Trust

Job Summary

We are seeking one new trustee to join our Board in 2024 with a view to becoming Co-Chair at the beginning of 2025.

Salary

Volunteer role

How to apply

Please submit your expression of interest and covering letter via the Do Good Jobs ‘apply online’ button by 5pm 29 June.

Sector

Not for Profit

Cause (Sustainable Development Goals)

Good Health and Wellbeing

Job Description (PDF)