Trustees Required

Trustees Required

Our charity and not for profit sector clients rely on Trustees to help them deliver their services.  As part of our added value services to our Charity clients we are happy to promote Trustee vacancies here and also within our regular Charity Newsletter.

To submit your Trustee vacancies please call our charities team on 01792 410100 or email us

Current Trustee Vacancies

Coleg Elidyr

Coleg Elidyr is a specialist college for further education and training of young people with moderate to severe learning disabilities. Provision is made for residential and non-residential placements. With a holistic approach based on Camphill Community ideals, our aim is to educate,train,guide and support learners in gaining life-skills, developing self-knowledge, communication and social skills.

We are currently looking for candidates who wish to join our board of trustees. The board of trustees are jointly and individually responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of the charity and financial health and probity of its activities. The board develops the organisation's aims, objectives and goals in accordance with the governing document, legal and regulatory guidelines.

For further information please contact: 

Steve Hansen, HR Manager

T: 01550 760454        E:



If you live in the City & County of Swansea, and you believe you have something to offer the older people, then we'd like to hear from you. 

To apply you will need to demonstrate:

  • A successful track record of providing leadership to an organisation in the public, private or voluntary sectors both whilst in a period of significant change and on into the future.
  • Knowledge and experience of the charitable environments.
  • A strong interest in ageing issues and social policy.
  • Commitment to ensuring Age Concern Swansea operates in a manner which enhances its reputation, upholds national values, best practice and excellence in governance.

For more information about Age Concern Swansea and an application pack please contact: 

Fay Evans  T: 01792 648866 E:

 Llanelli Women's Aid

Llanelli Women's Aid

Llanelli Women’s Aid Ltd has been operating since 1984 and is both a Charity and a Company limited by Guarantee. It is committed to the elimination of violence and abuse of women through effecting political, cultural and social change. The organisation delivers front-line services to women and children affected by domestic abuse, contributing to the Welsh Assembly Government’s strategy for tackling all forms of violence against women.

The organisation is governed by a voluntary group of Trustees who are both Trustees of the Charity and Directors of the Company. Their role is to direct the affairs of Llanelli Women’s Aid Ltd, ensuring that it is solvent and well run, and delivering the charitable outcomes, for the benefit of the public, for which it was set up. Currently there are specific needs for Trustees who would bring skills in Financial Management, Law, Health and Social Care.

For an informal discussion please contact any of the current Trustees on :

Caroline Morgan: 07969 770123
Debbie Worth:     07983 974643
Jane Rose:            07824 312667

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