Trustee for arts & crafts activities provider children & adults with various needs
A trustee is a legally recognised role, and as such a trustee must perform certain statutory duties. Working in partnership with other trustees, trustees must ensure that The Art Ministry: complies with all legal and regulatory requirements, including regulation relating to Employment, Health and Safety, Data Protection and Safeguarding, pursues only the objects set out in its Declaration of Trust, has a clear strategic plan and is focussed on its delivery, so that it can continue to achieve its objects is adequately funded to ensure its financial stability properly protects and manages its assets, including the appropriate investing and spending of funds.
In addition to the statutory duties, a trustee will be expected to assist The Board in the following: participation in specialist committees of The Art Ministry, according to their skills and experience, such as the Fundraising Committee or Finance Committee, general management of The Art Ministry, protecting the good name of The Art Ministry, interviewing, appointing and monitoring trustees and employees, counter-signing cheques and authorising the allocation of The Art Ministry’s funds, attending and hosting events to promote The Art Ministry, performing specialist tasks according to their skills and experience, such as chairing meetings, assessing risks, assessing classes, reviewing employee performance, and minute taking.
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