Trustee - Hamelin Trust
Hamelin Trust is an Essex based charity providing social care and social enterprises for people with a range of complex needs for almost 30 years. We support people with learning or physical disabilities who may also have sensory impairments and/or challenging behaviours. We are currently seeking additional voluntary trustees to join our Board of Trustees. All trustees are subject to an enhanced CRB check and need to provide 2 satisfactory references in line with our registration with Ofsted and Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Trustees are encouraged to play an active role wihin the continued and ongoing development of the organisation. The Board meets every month with the exceptions of August and December. Trustees will visit the different services and projects within the Trust to learn about the work that is being done and to get to know the staff and volunteers.
Trustees are expected to:
- Act in the best interests of Hamelin Trust
- Obey Hamelin Trust's constitution and decisions taken under it
- Be diligent, careful and well informed about the affairs of Hamelin Trust and use any special skills or experience you possess.
We are looking for people with a variety of skills and expertise in the following areas to join our Board of Trustees:
- Legal experience
- Accountancy experience
- Human Resources experience
- Commerce experience
- Marketing and public relations experience
- Social Care experience
- Knowledge of safeguarding and experience of working with children and/or vulnerable adults would be very useful
Our website, www.hamelintrust.org.uk provides details of the services we offer and describes more fully the work that we do. If you are interested, please send a CV to Steve Fisher, Chief Executive, Hamelin Trust, 19 Radford Crescent, Billericay, Essex CM12 0DU.
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