The Baltic Triangle Area CIC is seeking interest from individuals to play a part in the future of the creative district.
The area company advocates on behalf Baltic’s stakeholders – its tenants, residents and customers. That includes anything from lobbying the city council and central government for road improvements and trains stations to creating opportunities for people to meet, network and join in.
If you would like to apply, please read our latest vision manifesto and let us know how you feel you fit in the company portfolio.
Skills and Experiences
The role is flexible, the time commitment expected is around 3 hours a month including board meetings. The initial term is 2 years, there is a 6-month probationary period. You would be required to attend at least 8 Board meetings a year either in person or via online communications. You should also be available to respond to emails, review papers etc.
Excellent opportunity to play a key role in an organisation that will have a real impact on the Baltic Triangle community.
This is a voluntary role