Charity registered in Scotland SC023484
Zero Tolerance is a Scottish charity working to end men’s violence against women by promoting gender equality and by challenging attitudes which normalise violence and abuse.
Zero Tolerance is seeking to recruit enthusiastic, committed and skilled trustees to our board. We are looking for people with a range of experiences and expertise to join the board, including someone with the skills and interest in becoming our Treasurer.
Zero Tolerance’s vision is of a world without men’s violence against women, in which women enjoy full gender equality and all human rights are upheld. We work to tackle the root cause of male violence against women - women’s inequality - and promote a primary prevention approach to challenging the attitudes, values and structures that sustain inequality and abuse.
This voluntary position is an exciting opportunity to work with an established and vibrant charity and make a real difference to our work to challenge violence against women and gender inequality.
For further information about Zero Tolerance see zerotolerance.org.uk/about
We welcome applications from anyone who shares our vision and is willing to work in accordance with our values to achieve it.
At Zero Tolerance, we are committed to living our values of equality, diversity and inclusion. Zero Tolerance is a national organisation and we need our board to reflect the diversity of people across Scotland. We aim to do all we can to remove barriers to being a board member. In addition to making our interviews accessible, we are happy to organise and pay for travel in advance. We will also reimburse you for professional childcare required in order to attend. If you have any queries or concerns, please get in touch with us.
The Zero Tolerance board meets quarterly and currently these meetings take place at our office premises in central Edinburgh.
We are open to reviewing the timing and location of meetings to encourage involvement from people who live outwith Edinburgh, and to considering other ways to increase the accessibility of board meetings.
You should be able to commit at least four hours on average per month to your work as a board member. This will include board and sub-group meetings, attending events, reading and writing papers and involvement in discussions by email and telephone.
Zero Tolerance requires an experienced Training Officer to lead the delivery of our Under Pressure training programme.
If you have first class training skills, experience in delivering training for trainers, and in working with young people, and a sound knowledge of gender equality and violence against women, we would love to hear from you!