The Met is looking for new Trustees to join the Board of Directors.

As a member of the Board you will help drive the vision of The Met, using the arts to help make Bury a great place to live. You’ll have a good understanding of the responsibilities of a board member have a passion for the work of The Met, and ideally you would have professional experience in one of the following areas:

  • Charity law
  • Those with a knowledge of the creative case (with a focus on LGBTQi and disability)
  • Those with a knowledge of the Bury Community
  • HR
  • Programming/artistic development
  • Marketing and communications
  • Fundraising

If your skills are not covered above but you feel your skills would be an asset to the organisation, please feel free to get in touch for an informal conversation.

Members of the Board are Directors in company law and Trustees in charity law, with certain legal, financial, and fiduciary duties.

For more information please download the Trustees Recruitment Pack February 2020 (this pack will be updated in February 2021).

Expressions of Interest

Expressions of interest should be made by emailed letter, highlighting what skills and attributes you can bring to the role. You should demonstrate your experience in any similar role, as well as your reasons for wishing to become a Board member of The Met. Please include a CV. Please complete and return the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form with this pack.

Please contact us on 0161 761 7107 and leave a message if you require this information in an alternative format.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact our Chief Executive by email using  victoria.robinson@themet.org.uk or to be put in contact with our Chair, Helen Clayton.

To apply please send an expression of interest along with a CV or LinkedIn profile to victoria.robinson@themet.org.uk with “Board Recruitment” in the subject box.

Annual Report for 2018-19

Applicants for all roles may be interested in reading our 2018-19 Annual Report.

Read the report

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