Chairman (Elected Role) | Volunteer Roles
- Passionate about leading and building teams?
- Interested in being involved with the BHS on a local, regional or national level?
- Good at inspiring people and supporting them to achieve their best?
The Chairman of a committee has a major influence on the way that a local team/committee works together. They determine the tone of meetings, they lead by example and ensure meetings are well run, fun and organised gatherings focused on the goals of that committee, and that there is time for problems to be discussed and for the committee to make decisions. You will work closely with your Vice Chairman.
As Chairman you will need to attend the Regional/National Committee Meetings up to three times a year, representing your committee and to give feedback about local problems, successes and events. These meetings are a great opportunity to share ideas and knowledge with other teams.
As the Chairman you will be an advocate for The British Horse Society and our work in your area.
Our Chairmen can be elected for up to two terms of three years.
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- East Yorkshire
- Leicestershire & Rutland
- Mid Wales
- North West Yorkshire
- South and East Kent
- South Lincolnshire
- South Yorkshire