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Board members not bored members

We’re looking for Volunteer Board Members- When you volunteer your time to help and support an organisation there are probably two things you are looking for; to contribute something positive to help the organisation move forward and to gain something for yourself, maybe the satisfaction in knowing you are making a difference to your community. If this is you, read on.

Expanding our board at Citizen Coaching CIC, a social enterprise, will enable us to expand our services so that we can reach more people in Birmingham, The Black Country and beyond.

Citizen currently delivers over 7500 counselling sessions a year and helps an additional 700 people with their anger management problems. People who come through our services often get opportunities to work and volunteer with us in the office or at either our sister retail social enterprise or our digital media & video company.

If you have something to contribute we can promise a lively innovative environment where your contribution will be valued.

People often hesitate at this point and wonder if what they have to offer will fit in with what’s required. I would love to hear from you regardless of your age, background or experience: You might have experience in retail, marketing, finance or accounts or maybe you are passionate about services for younger or older people in our geographic area.

To get the ball rolling email me at Martin(at)  so that we can arrange an initial chat.

Our Mission: At Citizen we help adults and young people lead better lives by improving access to timely, affordable and jargon free counselling, anger management and personal development coaching delivered by a friendly professional team.

The position is voluntary – expenses are paid. Rewards are great.

We will typically meet up once a quarter in person, although there may be times when you attend by conference call.  Some advisory board members might meet with individual team members to work on a specific project.