Face Equality International

FEI is looking for a new Treasurer

Treasurer (voluntary)

Face Equality International (FEI) is looking for a new Treasurer to join our Board.

FEI is a small charity with a big mission. This is an exciting time for this young, international charity, as the global movement for face equality continues to gather recognition and momentum. The charity is currently registered in Guernsey and in the process of moving over to the UK. The existing Treasurer will hand over duties once we are based in the UK. 

We are looking for someone who can play a key role in the financial and strategic development of FEI. 

All our Trustees play a vital role in providing governance and guidance to ensure we are serving people with facial disfigurements worldwide. They are involved in setting the strategic direction for FEI by working closely with the CEO.

Download the Role Description here.

If you would like to apply, please send a CV and cover letter to info@faceequalityinternational.org

We welcome applications from people who have lived experience of disfigurement and those from diverse backgrounds. Please tell us if there may be any barriers to your engagement with us and we will actively work with you to remove these.

Applications close on the 1st August 2021.


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