Become a CPAG Trustee
CPAG is the leading charity campaigning for the abolition of child poverty in the UK and for a better deal for low-income families and children.
CPAG’s activities include: policy and research, campaigning, lobbying and media work, welfare rights advice and legal test case work, training, information provision, publishing and membership.
To support our plans we are looking to recruit to our Board two committed Trustees with specialist knowledge, one with specific business skills and experience and the other with a strong understanding of child poverty and the political debate in Scotland.
One Trustee should have senior management experience within the private sector either in general management or a functional area relevant to CPAG. The other should have a strong understanding of Scottish politics and the constitutional debate as it affects child poverty policy across the UK with an understanding of the new and existing powers the Scottish Parliament has in relation to social security and child poverty.
Closing date for applications is 5pm on 19 October 2015