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Board Member Application Information 2023

As a Board member, you will play a vital role in guiding and advancing the vision of Run of the Mill.

We are recruiting two new board members to join our exciting team. We are seeking applications from individuals with experience in some or all of the following areas: social care and disability, the non-profit sector, and fundraising.

How to Apply 

To apply please submit your resume or biography
(a statement outlining your roles, responsibilities and achievements in the organisations in which you currently and previously worked), and a brief statement outlining your relevant experience, and how you can contribute to Run of the Mill’s mission.

— please include details of any service as a Board Director, Trustee or any other voluntary/community work, but please note that no previous experience as a Board Director or Trustee is required.

Should you wish, we would also be happy to accept video applications of no longer than 3 minutes stating the relevant information outlined above. 

Please use and email us a link to your video application.

You should email your application or video to
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— Please use “ROTM Board Member Application” in the subject line. 

If your application file is too large for email, you can also use WeTransfer (

  • Applications must be submitted by Friday 18th of August 2023.

  • Shortlisting will take place and candidates called for interview will be contacted on 30th of August 2023.

  • Final decisions will be communicated to all applicants by 6th of September 2023.

Who are we looking for?

As a Board member, you will play a vital role in guiding and advancing the vision of Run of the Mill.

Your responsibilities will include:

1. Strategic Planning

Collaborate with fellow Board members to develop and implement strategic goals and objectives, ensuring our programs align with our mission.

2. Governance and Policy

Provide guidance and oversight, ensuring compliance with relevant regulations, social care policies, disability advocacy, and safeguarding practices.

3. Fundraising Expertise

Utilise your fundraising experience to support our organisation’s financial sustainability, including donor cultivation.

4. Advocacy and Outreach

Act as a strong advocate for individuals with intellectual disabilities, engaging with stakeholders, building partnerships, and raising awareness of our programs and impact.

5. Program Evaluation and Development

Contribute to the ongoing evaluation and enhancement of our programs, ensuring they meet the evolving needs of our participants.

6. Drive positive change

By actively engaging with our board you will be a catalyst for the much needed change into a more inclusive arts landscape.

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