Join our Board!
The Board of Project Play works remotely to support our team on the ground, who facilitate daily play sessions for displaced children in northern France. Our Board members are volunteers, and not remunerated. Joining us is an opportunity to use your skills to support the continuation and development of our grassroots organisation.
Do you feel strongly about every child's right to play?
Do you have experience with bookkeeping?
Do you have 8 hours a month to support our work?
If so - you might be exactly who we're looking for!
We're looking for a Treasurer to join our Board to oversee our budgeting, bookkeeping and financial reporting. Click the button below to access the full role description, including detail on time commitments.
other board roles
We're also looking to recruit energetic and experienced individuals from a variety of backgrounds. If you have skills in safeguarding, advocacy, play-based learning or another area that you think could benefit our service, we'd love to hear from you.
Before you apply...
Please read the following:
Project Play acknowledges the duty of care to safeguard, protect and promote the welfare of children and adults in our community. Safeguarding is at the core of our work and we are committed to ensuring that our safeguarding practice reflects best practice and upholds statutory responsibilities and government guidance.
Diversity and Inclusion statement:
We are an actively anti-racist organisation and we do not condone saviour complexes. While the spaces we work in are made up of predominately white middle class people, we are actively trying to diversify these spaces. We encourage applications from people with lived experience, people of colour and people who speak relevant languages.
If you are interested in applying, please send an expression of interest to email@example.com, and we will be in touch to provide more information about us. Applications will be open on a rolling basis.