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Be part of the team that helps shape CSSC. Register to become a Regional Officer and give back to members in your local area.

Regional Chair    Regional Secretary    Regional Treasurer

Regional Officers have the responsibility for general oversight of the way in which their designated CSSC Region conducts business, and provides support to help CSSC and its Regions succeed.

Deadline: Thursday 30 June 2022

 

How to apply

Please get in touch with our Volunteer Delivery Team who will happily discuss this with you in more detail! To help, you may wish to consider answering the following questions in your email:

  • Why do you want to be considered for a Regional Officer role?
  • When considering the requirements set out what relevant skills and expertise do you bring? (you can use examples from your work, social life or volunteering)
  • What difference would you like to make to your Region?

Apply by email

Treasurer
  • Eastern
  • London
  • South/South East
  • Wales
  • South West
Secretary
Chair
Regional Diversity Champions 
  • Midlands
  • South West
  • North East/Yorkshire
  • South/South East

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CSSC Regional Officer Appointments

All you need to know about the Regional Officer Appointments 2022.

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Volunteer Code of Conduct

Regional Officers have the responsibility for general oversight of the way in which their designated
CSSC Region conducts business and provides support to help CSSC and its Regions succeed.

  • A great opportunity to enhance your CV, and gain experience to help you to stand out from others
  • A chance to develop your leadership qualities, and interpersonal skills you can gain a better understanding of the way in which appointed committees operate, and how decisions are made
  • The satisfaction of bringing your experience and skills to the table and helping CSSC to achieve continued success

Approximately 5 - 6 hours a month – you can largely manage the time you give flexibly. Your Regional Committee will typically meet once a month, and remote attendance at meetings is always available.

Regional Officers are invited to CSSC's National AGM and any Volunteer Awards events as well as their own Regional Conferences. Additional Teams calls may occasionally take place, and some business is conducted by email.

Whilst Regional Officers are unpaid, reasonable travel costs are met. Regional Officers are appointed for a term of four years and can serve a maximum of two terms.

We welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.

We are particularly keen to welcome applications from candidates with an ethnically diverse
background and those with a disability, as these groups are currently under-represented on our
committees.

You should be a current CSSC member, and need to be:

  • Passionate about what CSSC does and prepared to promote the aims of CSSC
  • Committed to devoting the necessary time, preparation and effort
  • Supportive of inclusion and diversity
  • Willing to abide by CSSC policies

We are looking for people who:

  • Are open-minded, quick on the uptake and able to display good judgement
  • Enjoy being involved in making decisions with a team of people, and finding solutions
  • Are able to challenge the status quo, whilst respecting the views of others at all times
  • Have the ability to listen carefully, and make concise and constructive contributions to discussions
  • You do not need to have previous experience of sitting on a Committee to apply

Simply get in touch with our Volunteer Delivery Team by email volunteer@cssc.co.uk who will be happy to discuss this with you in more detail! To help, you may wish to consider answering the following questions in your email:

  • Why do you want to be considered for a Regional Officer role?
  •  When considering the requirements set out what relevant skills and expertise do you bring?
    (you can use examples from your work, social life or volunteering)
  • What difference would you like to make to your Region?

Regional Officer Applications will be closing on 30 June 2022 and successful applicants will be contacted shortly after this.

If you would like to find out more about volunteering with CSSC please visit our volunteer hub or contact one of our friendly Volunteer Team Leaders who will be happy to provide any additional information you may need!

As well as receiving a volunteer handbook and full induction with your Volunteer Team Leader,
introductory calls with members of the Head Office Team can be arranged depending on your role.

Other Regional Officers will also talk to you, and offer their support as part of your induction.

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