Alex Croft, Interim Chair of the Board
Bradford Producing Hub Ltd (BPH) is a recently incorporated Company Limited by Guarantee. We are looking for a Chair of the Board, as well as up to 4 new Board Members, who, on registration with the Charity Commission, will become Trustees of the Charity.
BPH is a major cultural development organisation for Bradford and the region. By carefully listening to the needs of the sector we have built a range of exciting, impactful, schemes and initiatives that support individuals and organisations develop the skills, networks, and opportunities they need to achieve their creative potential.
This is a really exciting time to join BPH – not only will you be one of the founding Board members of the new company, but you will be here to guide it through a vital period in its growth. You will support our role as Capacity Building Partner for Bradford 2025 City of Culture; developing the district’s creative talents and laying the foundation for an enduring and viable legacy to the City of Culture year.
The role of Board Member, and once the organisation reaches charity status, Trustee, is an unpaid, voluntary position. Trustees are appointed for a period of 3 years renewable for a further three by the existing Board. BPH Ltd. has a maximum of 12 trustee positions, and the Company aims to ensure a range of relevant skills and a diversity of backgrounds.
In the true essence of BPH talent development, Board experience is not essential as full training will be provided by the Chair of the board.
Though not essential, we particularly welcome applications from people with relevant knowledge and experience in:
We’re a friendly bunch! We welcome applications from people with and without experience of being on boards, of any age, and any background. You can be based anywhere in the UK.
Bradford Producing Hub aims to make sure Bradford is a creative city where lots of amazing live performance is happening all the time.
BPH test radical new approaches to producing live arts, supporting creative talent, developing a local arts workforce, and partnering with communities across Bradford to reimagine the city as a thriving hub for performance.
Do you think this role could be next for you? Just send your CV and introductory letter to the contact email address above.
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