As a venue we showcase a year-round programme encompassing the best in contemporary performance, arts participation, cultural education and outreach work for both our community and the sector as a whole. Our creative learning work is widely acclaimed by its participants and we want to ensure that our trustees reflect the communities from the areas within which we work: Tottenham and Wood Green.
As an equal opportunities employer, we are committed to building a diverse team that reflects the dynamism and broad range of work we do as an organisation. This includes those who experience racism, members of the LGBTQI+ community, those with a disability, women, and young people. We welcome applications from all individuals and, as with all our work, strive to make our processes as accessible as we can.
At this time we especially welcome applications from those with experience in Digital Media and Communications, Performing Arts/Circus Arts and Finance or Company Law to support and strengthen our small but skilled team.
To register your interest, please complete the form below. We will then be in touch to arrange an informal chat with a current trustee for a chance for you to hear more about the work we do and to answer any questions you may have. This will be followed by an invitation to submit your CV and a short covering letter.Becoming a Trustee Info Pack Info Pack (plain text version) Equal opportunities monitoring form
Terms of position: This is an unpaid, voluntary position with expenses covered
- To attend at board meetings (around 4-6 per year)
- To provide advice and support to the Jacksons Lane team,
- To participate in annual away days (around 1-2 per year)
- To show an interest in attending performances and events at the venue.
Deadline: This is a rolling recruitment process, with no fixed deadline