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Board Recruitment

OneRen is a charitable trust in Renfrewshire providing culture, leisure and sporting opportunities to help people enjoy active and healthy lives.

We are passionate about the part we play in improving life-long physical and mental health in every one of our communities. Our charity provides a range of affordable, accessible and ambitious services that are open to all and that improve personal, social and economic outcomes. Everything we do at OneRen is founded on our values of integrity, excellence, creativity and fairness, and would like to hear from anyone who wants to help us put those values into action during the next stage of our development.

Our goal is to improve local health and wellbeing by working in partnership to design and deliver a range of life-enhancing and accessible cultural, leisure and sporting opportunities that meet local needs and improve life chances across the population.

We currently have an opportunity to recruit two Trustees to join the Board of OneRen to ensure a strong balance of expertise and representation. It’s an exciting time to join us as we not only prepare to deliver some of the central attractions for our local cultural-led regeneration in the coming years, but as we support the region’s wider recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. Renfrewshire Leisure’s recent outward-facing rebrand to OneRen has highlighted the broad role we have to play in drawing the region together to improve opportunities and help people to lead better lives.

We are particularly interested to hear from you if you have professional experience in the following areas:


  • Commercial, Marketing and Sales
  • Fundraising and Development
  • Transformational Change


All applicants must also have or be prepared to gain an understanding of the legal duties, responsibilities, and liabilities inherent in the role and be eligible to act as a Charity Director.

The term of office for Trustees is typically 5 years, with the option to be re-elected for another term. We encourage applications from everyone, however particularly welcome applications from areas of current under-representation on our board including women, people from minority ethnic backgrounds, disabled people and people under the age of fifty. Please advise of any adjustments required to support you when making an application. An interest in culture, the arts or leisure, would be advantageous but not essential.

For more information and for details on how to apply, please visit


For a confidential discussion, please contact Catriona Mackie or David Currie at our recruitment partners, Aspen People on 0141 212 7555.