Join our Board: Trustee with fundraising experience


We are looking for a new Trustee with fundraising experience to join our Board and play a key role in supporting our development and impact.

Trustee recruitment

As we embark on implementing our new 2024-28 strategic plan, we are seeking to strengthen our Board by appointing a new Trustee with dedicated expertise in fundraising and extensive knowledge of philanthropic giving to help guide our efforts to diversify our funding base so that we have the resources to fully deliver our mission in support of stateless people across Europe.

About the Role

As a Charity Trustee with fundraising expertise, you will play a pivotal role in providing strategic direction to our fundraising efforts. This position is a voluntary trustee role, requiring a passionate and dedicated individual with experience in fundraising, and a genuine commitment to the values and objectives of our organisation. TO find out more about the role please download the role description

About Us

The European Network on Statelessness (ENS) is a civil society alliance of organisations and individuals working to promote the right to a nationality in Europe. Our network brings together over 180 members in more than 40 countries and includes grassroots community organisations, national and international NGOs, legal advice agencies, think tanks, individuals with lived experience of statelessness, and other experts. Since establishing in 2012, we have been dedicated to raising awareness about statelessness and the right to a nationality, supporting legal and policy development, and building civil society’s capacity to act. At the heart of our work lies the understanding that stateless people and their communities should be the leaders of change.

How to Apply

If you are enthusiastic about making a positive impact and possess the skills and dedication required for this role please download the role description. To apply please submit a CV and cover letter outlining your relevant experience and interest to ENS Director, Chris Nash at Feel free to reach out for an initial informal conversation if you have any questions about the role.

Download the role description

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