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GSEN is seeking a Treasurer

We continue to thrive as a network and our areas of influence and engagement has grown substantially, and we are now seeking to appoint a co-opted Treasurer who has experience within accountancy or finance, a passion for social enterprise and an interest in making GSEN the best network it can be for social enterprises.

Responsibilities of Treasurer Role

The responsibilities offer an important role within GSEN:

  • Chair six Finance Group meetings per year and report at Board meetings
  • Attend six Board meetings per year
  • Provide a signatory/additional contact to bank account alongside the Director and Chair
  • Authorise GSEN payments when necessary
  • Provide assistance in preparation of annual accounts and report
  • Liaison with accountant (annually)
  • Contribute to GSEN correspondence timeously

Closing date is 5th December 2019. Find out more information here.

Volunteer Trustees - Bike for Good

Bike for Good are seeking volunteer trustees to join their Board of Trustees

Please email an expression of interest to and they will be in touch.

Role summary – Volunteer Trustees

Eco Drama Seeks Trustees

Eco Drama is expanding its Board, seeking up to two passionate Trustees, particularly looking for individuals with skills and experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Secondary education and/or youth work
  • Primary and early years education
  • Community led action on climate change
  • Human resources
  • Marketing

To apply, please download the following document for further information:

Eco Drama Board of Directors – Application Process 2019

Closing date for applications: Monday 16th December at 5pm.

Board Vacancy - Chair, Theatre Nemo

Theatre Nemo is a small thriving charity based in central Glasgow that provides creative arts programmes for people suffering from mental health conditions. In the last 21 years since its formation Theatre Nemo has supported men, women and young people with mental health conditions through its projects in the community, hospitals, schools and prisons, and has indirectly contributed to an improved life for those individuals’ family and friends.

Theatre Nemo is seeking a relevantly experienced Chair for its Board of Directors. The post requires knowledge of the third sector and operation of charitable organisations and a broad understanding of the mental health sector in Scotland.

Role Summary

Theatre Nemo is seeking a Chair with a mental health and charity background to lead the Board. Theatre Nemo is currently embarked on a name and brand change process so particular skills in media, publicity and communications would be an advantage. The current Board has a Treasurer and a Vice Chair (who will undertake much of the sectretarial role for the new Chair). It also has expertise in Justice, NHS/HSCP, Mental Health, Third Sector Management, Social Media skills and Fundraising and Children and Young People.

Role Description

The role will entail:

  • Organising and Chairing the Tri-monthly Board meeting (typically an early evening meeting on a week day every three months)
  • General support for TN and its activities through representing TN in some networking circles, attending some TN events, etc
  • An agreement on contribution to the fund raising activities through personal efforts (eg. sponsored activities) or promoting TN with the private / public sector through own business network
  • Liaising with Board Members between meetings as required.
  • Advice to the Board on general third sector matters.
  • Liaising with the CEO and staff between meetings as required.
  • Ad-hoc advice to the staff on relevant matters depending on experience.
  • Organising and Chairing meetings twice a year for strategic discussion with the rest of the board.

For further information or to discuss the role, please contact

Hugh McCue, CEO, Theatre Nemo, 241 Bridgegate, Unit 235, Glasgow, G1 5HZ : T:0141 559 4941.

Job Vacancy - Social Enterprise Development Officer, Community Enterprise

Community Enterprise is looking for someone to join their development team to meet the increasing demand for our services. The post involves delivering business, capacity building and development support to a wide range of third sector clients and projects across Scotland. Community Enterprise operates largely as a social enterprise consultancy agency – much of the role is that of a consultant undertaking specific pieces of work. Our core work includes Feasibility Studies, Options Appraisals, Community Action Plans, Research Papers, Marketing Plans, Funding Strategies and Business Plans.

They are looking for people who share our values, have a strong work ethic, real life experience and a sensitivity to and knowledge of the enterprising third sector. This post needs someone who can combine analytical skills with a practical and sensitive approach to a range of people and situations. Excellent and quick written skills are also essential.


An application pack is available for download from the Community Enterprise website at

Closing date 5pm Friday 15 November 2019.

Proposed interview date Thursday 21 November 2019