Sonic Bothy was constituted as a charity in 2015 and is in a period of expanding organisational capacity to meet its growing remit. We are seeking to expand our board in order to provide a broader range of support to the organisation and to allow some of our founding trustees to stand down or take on new roles. In addition to its governance and leadership role, the board has responsibility for the management and support of the small staff team.
We are currently looking for a new Treasurer to join our Board of Trustees to help guide and advise us on financial concerns. Preferably we would like someone who is a finance professional with an understanding of charity finance and how small charities operate within the confines of a restricted budget, but this is not essential. A passion for new music and previous board experience are advantageous but not essential. As well as advising the other trustees on financial matters, the treasurer may need to support staff from time to time and lead change / new initiatives to support better financial management.
We are also seeking to address an under-representation of people with lived experience of disability, and therefore would encourage applications from anyone who identifies in this way. With this aim, we are committed to offering a flexible application process, and flexible working practices.
Please note that this is a voluntary, unpaid position.
For full details of duties and responsibilities, and how to apply, download HERE. Deadline for applications is Friday 4 September, 6pm.
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Tectonics aims are to celebrate different generations of artists and musicians who are questioning what music can be; to see what happens when genres clash and rub up against each other; to bring global artists in contact with local ones; and to see how orchestral composition can still sound fresh and push boundaries in the 21st century.
Tectonics welcomes Glasgow’s Sonic Bothy to the festival for the first time. The inclusive music ensemble brings together musicians with and without a disability to explore, compose and perform new and experimental music. This year their performance is inspired by the Dada movement.