Every citizens advice bureau has a board of directors or management committee responsible for running the organisation and meeting the aims of the Citizens Advice Bureau service in Scotland.
The board / management committee is a voluntary group of people with the key role of ensuring that the bureau fulfils all its legal obligations and operates efficiently and according to good practice guidelines.
Financial matters, for example budget reviewing, fundraising and planned service developments
Promotion and awareness raising, to make sure that the bureau is well known in the area it serves
Working with the bureau manager and Citizens Advice Scotland to make sure that quality standards are being met in the bureau
Devising the bureau’s business plan, and monitoring its implementation
Making sure the bureau is fulfilling its responsibilities as an employer of paid staff
To be discussed
Minimum age: 16
This opportunity is also advertised across Na h-Eileanan Siar.