Third Sector Partnership Board open for applications

Communities and Local Government department seeks 'voluntary sector experts'

The Communities and Local Government department is advertising for voluntary sector experts to join its Third Sector Partnership Board.

Ten places are available on the board, which has been set up to give voluntary sector organisations a say on CLG policy. The department wants people who have experience in areas such as housing, regeneration, social enterprise and race equality.

The board will be chaired by CLG minister Baroness Andrews and will be a forum "through which the third sector can contribute to the aims and objectives of the department", according to the advert.

The 10 posts will make up two-thirds of a 15-strong board. CLG will hand-pick representatives from third sector organisations to fill the other five posts.

Appointments will be made for an initial two-year period.

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