• VO98532
  • Board/trustee role


Are you ready to make a meaningful impact on your community? If so, The Wasp Community Club (WCC) wants to hear from you!

Wasp Community Club is a dynamic organisation with charitable status, dedicated to creating positive change in our community. Since their establishment in 2009, they've been tirelessly working to provide kids with enriching football experiences. But that's not all – they also run a range of sports, health, education, and employability projects throughout Clackmannanshire. And now, the Wasps are on the cusp of something even bigger.

They are searching for enthusiastic and forward-thinking individuals to join their Board of Trustees. As a Trustee at WCC, your role will be pivotal in shaping the club's future, setting strategic direction, and ensuring that their mission thrives. While their dedicated team of paid staff and volunteers handles day-to-day operations, your insights and decision-making will guide them toward even greater success.


  • Attend quarterly trustee meetings (or as determined by the Board)
  • Review financial and operational reports
  • Make strategic decisions that drive the club forward
  • Share your fresh ideas and expertise
  • Commit approximately 1.5 hours per quarterly meeting (with opportunities for additional involvement, as you see fit)
  • No previous footballing experience required!

They want to hear from you! If you're excited about the opportunity to contribute to your community, please express your interest by reaching out to Alex Brown at 07824 439 563 or

The Group will also be hosting an informative evening for potential Trustees to learn more.

This is your chance to be part of something extraordinary – an organisation dedicated to the well-being of their community and ready to take its mission to the next level. Join them at Wasp Community Club and help make a lasting impact.

Organisation aims and objectives

Wasp Community Club is a charity registered in Scotland which has the aim of developing sporting opportunities for all in Clackmannanshire. The Club has links with Alloa Athletic but is an entirely separate, independent organisation run by its own board of trustees elected by its members. The club is focused on providing opportunities to play, coach and support football and is open to everyone.

Frequency and commitment details

1.5 hour commitment per quarter. 1.5 hours per quarter.


Experience required: They are searching for enthusiastic and forward-thinking individuals to join their Board of Trustees. Strategic mindset.
Minimum age: 18


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