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    Could you be our next President?

    Could you be our next President?
    November 24, 2021 Amy Walters

    Are you ready to make a difference?

    Methodist Women in Britain is a self-financing volunteer-run charity within the Methodist Church and member of the World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women. We are passionate about women, about justice and about Christ. By connecting women from within and beyond the Methodist Church, we equip them to participate more fully in their communities. We are proud that our fundraising has raised over £3 million since we began in 2011. Our exciting plans for the future need a President prepared to guide and shape the movement as it moves forward.

    Are you the person we need?

     

    The four year appointment starts in September 2022 and it is possible, with suitable candidates, that this could be covered by two women as a job share.

     

    You do not need any prior knowledge of Methodist Women in Britain as the first year is spent shadowing the current President. You will have the support of an Executive team, a board of trustees, and a network of Methodist women’s groups across the country. All reasonable expenses are paid. Experience of leading meetings, public speaking and good organising and IT skills are essential.

     

    It is a home-based role and you will hold meetings online and travel around Britain representing the charity, you will have the opportunity to visit one overseas partner organisation during your term of office.

     

    Interviews (including a short presentation) will be held on Zoom: week beginning 25th April 2022

    For an informal chat about the role then please contact the current President Ruth Parrott – thepresident.mwib@gmail.com

    Closing date for applications: 6 March 2022

    Interviews on Zoom: w/c 25 April 2022

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