Board Membership at Conviction: Shape the Future of Criminal Justice

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Board Member at Conviction. Our Board plays a crucial role in guiding the strategic direction of our organisation and ensuring that we effectively fulfill our mission of empowering the criminal justice community in England and Wales. Read on to learn more about what it means to be a Board Member at Conviction.

Board Member Responsibilities

As a Board Member, you will contribute your expertise, experience, and leadership to help steer Conviction towards achieving its goals. Key responsibilities include:

Strategic Planning: Collaborate with fellow Board Members and the executive team to develop and implement the organisation's strategic plans and initiatives.

Governance: Ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, uphold ethical standards, and oversee financial accountability.

Decision Making: Participate in Board meetings, review proposals, and make informed decisions that align with Conviction's mission and values.

Advocacy and Networking: Act as an ambassador for Conviction, building relationships with stakeholders, supporting fundraising efforts, and advocating for the organisation's mission and goals.

Board Membership Opportunities

Conviction seeks individuals with diverse backgrounds, skills, and perspectives to join our Board. Board Membership roles will be advertised on the Reach Volunteering platform, where you can find detailed information about specific positions, desired qualifications, and time commitments. We encourage you to regularly check Reach Volunteering for available Board Membership opportunities with Conviction.

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Submit Your Offer of Board Membership

Conviction welcomes individuals who believe their specific skillsets and experiences would greatly contribute to our organisation's aims and objectives. If you have a particular skillset or expertise that you feel would be valuable to Conviction's Board, we invite you to submit an offer of Board Membership. Please send a detailed expression of interest, highlighting your relevant skills and experience, to Our Board will review all offers and contact you if there is a suitable match.

Join our passionate team of Board Members and help shape the future of criminal justice in England and Wales. Together, we can create meaningful change and empower those navigating the criminal justice system.

We look forward to hearing from you and appreciate your commitment to making a difference.