Volunteering can be very rewarding and is a great way to:

  • meet new people
  • gain new or use existing skills
  • get experience
  • make a big difference to your community

There are lots of easy ways to give your time to help others – from having a cup of tea with an elderly neighbour, to helping out in your local area or volunteering with a charity or community group.


Independent members of Audit and Governance Committee

Plymouth City Council wishes to appoint two independent members to fill vacancies on its Audit and Governance Committee. Appointments are for a period of four years, subject to annual review. As an independent member, you would be expected to have a finance, accountancy, corporate governance, risk management or audit background. You must be able to analyse and discuss complex information and act impartially at all times. You would be expected to attend meetings of the Audit and Governance Committee (approximately four a year) in a non-voting capacity, and be able to provide advice, experience and insight.

Details of the role and role profile are below.