Kinning Park Complex is looking
for a Chair
Are you passionate about community ownership and developing community led service and spaces? Are you interested in supporting the KPC in delivering its mission and vision?
We are seeking a chair to join our board to work alongside our existing board trustees in supporting The Kinning Park Complex (KPC) in its mission to develop assets and services that are community-owned and led. The chair will work closely with the new staff leads to support the organisation through a period of significant change.
The KPC Chair is responsible for facilitating board meetings, ensuring processes and procedures are followed in line with our constitution and good governance and providing support to the Interim Head when required. We are seeking a Chair who:
Shares the mission & vision of KPC; as outlined above
Has experience of community or member led organisations
Has knowledge of governance or previous board experience
Is confident in reading and evaluating Financial Reports and Accountancy Papers
Is committed to and has experience of implementing change
Can support the staff leads through a period of transition
Can lead board discussions and facilitate conversations
To find out more about the role and how to apply, please download the role description below:
The Kinning Park Complex Board has decided to implement a transitional structure in light of financial and structural challenges the organisation has faced over the past couple of years. In light of this, the KPC board is proposing that we look at 2023 and 2024 as a period of recovery and transition.
KPC is a membership organisation with 80% of our members living in the local area with postcodes of G41, G51 or G5. We would like our board membership to reflect this ratio and would be particularly interested to hear from people living or working in these postcode areas.
We are committed to equality of opportunity for all and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.