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31 Jul 2019

Voluntary Trustee

The Rest Assured Respite Trust Anywhere

Job Description

We are looking for someone with experience of not for profit governance, or an enthusiastic person with knowledge of ME/CFS who is keen to learn about governance, to join us as a Trustee.
Trustees are asked to contribute to Board discussion and decision making. Orientation and support are provided and further training is through the participation in Board meetings.

We are a small trust with big plans! Our work helps people with ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia to live a better life while navigating the challenges of these long term illnesses. Our aim is to open a dedicated respite for people with ME/CFS to provide a sanctuary for safe regeneration of body and spirit, as well as providing carer respite, and we have a number of projects we are implementing on our journey towards opening the respite.

Our new Trustee will preferably have personal experience of ME/CFS, and will bring skills in one or more of following areas: Governance in Not for Profit, Fundraising and Sponsorship; Senior Management; Networking.
A medical or legal background would be an advantage. If you have experience in all or most of the areas above, please make contact to discuss your involvement.
As this is a small team, we are proposing a trial period on the working group before coming on board as a Trustee.
As there will be decisions made on finances of the group, a Police Check will be required.

Time commitment:
Meetings are remote and are usually of 1 ½ hours duration. Plus any work to further the Trust’s mission.

Job Expired August 30, 2019

Job Categories: Healthcare and medical. Job Types: Voluntary. Salaries: Voluntary.

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