Board position Chair of the Board
Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse Trust Wellington is a registered charitable trust operating as Mosaic – Tiaki Tangata. We were established in 2013 with the charitable purposes of:
- providing education about preventing sexual abuse.
- promoting early disclosure by male victims of sexual abuse.
- supporting and empowering male survivors in their recovery process by providing community based social services and other resources to those male survivors, their whānau and the general public.
- carrying out other activities consistent with the charitable purposes of the Trust.
One-one time with the Chief Executive on an as needed basis.
Bi-monthly: 4-8 hours to prepare and chair board meetings.
Yearly: Annual attendance at Male Survivors Aotearoa (MSA) National Hui.
Remuneration: This is a voluntary role. Reasonable expenses covered.
You will have prior board experience or have held a senior management position. This experience will prepare you well with the skills needed lead the board and work together with the Chief Executive to continue to grow the organisation safely and sustainably in line with our charitable purposes.
You will support Mosaic’s work within the rainbow community and our inclusive approach to gender identity. You will respect the dual heritage of the partners of Te Tiriti o Waitangi (the Treaty of Waitangi) and will tautoko Mosaic’s work towards better engaging with te ao Māori and becoming a truly multi-cultural service.
How to Apply
Please send a cover letter and a CV through to Carrie Buckmaster, Interim Chair at [email protected]. Candidates will have the opportunity to meet members of the board and the Chief Executive to learn more about the organisation. The appointment decision will be made by the full board. A criminal history check will be required prior to appointment.
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