As a largely volunteer-run organisation, ASN counts on dedicated people to get the job done! ASN volunteers come in many forms – fundraisers, hosts near the clinics we work with, trustees, and people who volunteer for one specific project. Vacancies are listed below and an application form can be found at the bottom of this page.
Seeking two volunteer trustees – Secretary and Treasurer
Abortion Support Network (ASN) is looking for exceptional people with a passion for reproductive rights to join our Board and take us to the next level. We seek to appoint a new Secretary and a new Treasurer (two separate roles). Full role description available here: ASN Trustees Advert 2018
We’re looking for people who have held senior roles in charities, companies or public services and want to put their valuable experience to use in a vital front-line charity.
We’re looking for people who…
- Have a passion for reproductive rights and is pro-choice
- Enjoy the satisfaction of supporting a grassroots frontline charity
- Is at a senior level in their career with plenty of strategic and operational experience
As Secretary you’ll be familiar with the governance requirements of charities, you’ll be extremely organized with a capacity for detail.
As Treasurer you’ll be experienced and/or qualified in financial processing and reporting, and familiar with the financial responsibilities that charities hold.
Deadline: 01 March 2018.
How to Apply for volunteer roles
To apply for any role with Abortion Support Network (with the exception of trustee roles) please download and complete a copy of our ASN Volunteer Application Form. This should be returned to [email protected] before the closing date stipulated above.
If you have any questions about a role, please email [email protected].
Got a great idea, or a brilliant skill, and want to work with us but don’t see a current vacancy that’s right for you? Please email [email protected] with an idea of what you’d be interested in doing for us, a bit of background about you, and any other information you think we should know.