Join the Board of Collective Voice

Join the Board of Collective Voice

Collective Voice is seeking to appoint three new independent trustees to join its board. As the national alliance of drug and alcohol treatment and recovery charities we work towards a vision in which a thriving treatment and recovery field – and voluntary sector – enable anyone in England to access evidence-based and person-centred support.

We are entering our next chapter with the publication of a new strategy and last year’s appointment of an Independent Chair. We will build on that by appointing three new independent trustees to sit alongside existing ‘member’ trustees drawn from the leadership of Collective Voice alliance members. This will therefore be a crucial time in the organisation’s development and a fascinating time to join.


If you are interested in becoming a Trustee, please send your C.V. plus a short cover letter (no more than 2 pages) to Peter Keeling ( In your cover letter please tell us about yourself, why would like to join our board and how your experience can help us deliver our mission.

The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 27 April. We will invite shortlisted candidates to meet our Chair, Vice Chair and a third board member for an online informal interview in early/mid-May (dates will be confirmed as soon as possible). Appointed trustees will then be invited to join the Board meeting on Thursday 16 June (11:00-13:00) where they will be formally appointed.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss the organisation or trusteeship, please contact Director Oliver Standing (

Download the Person Specification and complete the online Diversity, Equity and Inclusion form.

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