Join our Committee of Management
Who are Blue Triangle?
We are a vibrant not-for-profit-registered Housing Association and it is our mission is to assist vulnerable people to achieve better lives.
We provide safe, secure and welcoming accommodation for young homeless people and people with complex needs, across 9 local authority areas in Scotland. We support people to gain the right skills to move on to more independent living.
We are looking for committed, enthusiastic people who share our values and want to help us achieve our mission to join our Committee of Management.
Experience in the following areas is welcome but not essential. Drive and interest in what we are working to achieve is more important as relevant training and support will be given.
Committee of Management members are expected to attend most board meetings, which are held every 6 weeks, these are held during the day between 10.30am and 12.30pm in Glasgow. Committee members are also required to serve on a relevant sub-committee which meets every seven weeks. These meetings are also held in our Head Office in Glasgow during normal working hours.
Who can apply?
We welcome all applications, including those who are looking to enhance career opportunities, those who have left employment and are looking for a step back into the workplace or retired individuals with relevant experience. We particularly welcome applications from women, people from ethnic minority groups and people with disabilities as they are currently under-represented on our Committee of Management.
This is a voluntary role. Committee membership is unpaid but reasonable out of pocket expenses properly incurred will be reimbursed.
We are accepting CV’s with a covering letter outlining your motivation for applying and the skills, experience and knowledge you can bring to Blue Triangle. If you would prefer to fill in an application form, please contact Kat at e-mail address below for an application pack. Please note the process involves a short, informal interview with our Chief Exec, Fiona Stringfellow and one or two current Committee members.
Please contact or 0141 221 8365 for more information.
Anyone interested in becoming a Board Member is also required to become a share member which involves paying £1 to join and attending our AGM.
If you only want to hear about the Association and its activities but don’t want to become a Board Member, you can apply to become a Share Member by contacting us as above.
Charity No. SC010858