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Looking for motivated and energetic Board Members

Inner City Women’s Group (ICWG) is looking for motivated and energetic Board Members - is that you?

Inner City Women’s Group is an independent Charitable Trust and for almost 30 years we have supported women especially those affected by domestic violence.  Inner City Women’s Group leads the way specialising in:

  • women and anger
  • supporting survivors of domestic violence
  • offering assertiveness, communication, confidence-building skills and strategies 
  • parenting support for women affected by domestic violence
  • women’s offender support services

ICWG is funded through government contracts, philanthropic trusts, and individual donations

The Board Role

The priority for the Board is to drive our Strategic plan to ensure ICWG is a long-term thriving, sustainable organisation. Are you in?

We are seeking expressions of interest for two to three positions on the ICWG Board.

We plan to appoint volunteer Board Members with a clear strategic focus who are well networked within their community, sector and committed to the work of ICWG.

Successful candidates will have some understanding of governance; can attend monthly meetings and commit to some email communication between meetings. The future Board members will agree to attend a building Board Members workshop (1 day and registration paid for by ICWG) and have skills and competencies in one or more of the following areas:

  • Understanding the Not for Profit environment
  • Sound cultural competency and in particular tikanga Maori
  • Have some expertise in the domestic violence sector
  • Can read and interpret financial information
  • Be a strategic thinker
  • Be risk aware

Applicants who have experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds, particularly within Maori and Pacifica communities would provide an added benefit. 

Please call Diana Rands on 0274342627 to find out more about ICWG and forward your Expression of Interest and CV to diana.rands@gmail.com. Closing date is 18th August 2018.

Now is the time to join us and continue the ICWG journey to support the important work we do.

Posted on: July 23rd, 2018