Location: Flexible - potentially some travel to London, United Kingdom
Could you lend your skills to help the BBC’s work with charities?
We are recruiting a new member to the BBC’s Charity Appeals Advisory Committee (AAC) which is made up of independent experts from the charitable sector. The AAC is a voluntary body which advises and supports the BBC’s Executive Board in matters relating to charities, assesses applications for broadcast Appeals and acts as a point of expertise in matters of policy and oversight.
You will advise on policy, scrutiny, the allocation of broadcasting time and the strategic development of the BBC’s relationship to appeals which include BBC Children in Need, Comic Relief/Sport Relief, the Radio 4 Appeal, BBC One Lifeline, appeals in the Nations and English Regions, appeals on behalf of the Disasters Emergency Committee and other projects where funds are raised for charities.
The Ideal Candidate
You will be or have been either a CEO or in a senior leadership role in a charity and be able to demonstrate expertise in the area of equality, diversity and inclusion, as well as at least 2 of the following: social policy, fundraising, finance, grant making, legal issues, monitoring and evaluation.
We’re looking to widen the diversity of the AAC and we particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates, as they are under-represented.
The appointment will be for three years, renewable for a further two years by agreement. The position is unpaid but reasonable expenses will be met.
Annual Salary: Voluntary.
Allowances: expenses are paid.
A list of current AAC members can be found at
Interviews are anticipated to be held w/c 20 September
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