Become a tenant board member

BECHA is managed by a board of volunteers, who bring their own skills and experience to help run the organisation.

We would like to have a tenant on our board.

Being a board member is a bit like being a school governor. You do not get involved in the day to day running of the organisation or the detail, but board members look at the direction the association needs to take, makes decisions about policies, monitor the financial health of the organisation and make sure that BECHA fulfils all of its legal and regulatory requirements.

If being a board member is something you think you might be interested in, contact Susan Daniels, our chief executive, for an informal discussion.

  • We will provide training.
  • The board meets six times a year, on a Tuesday evening.
  • Board members are not paid, but expenses are covered.

You can read more about our current board members here.

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