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Last updated October 2017

ScotsCare - New Trustees

ScotsCare are recruiting for new Trustees. They are seeking to broaden the professional experience of the Trustees and candidates must have professional experience at a senior level in one of the following sectors: Housing, Communications or Social Care.

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Role Details

RoleTrustees: Housing, Communications, Social Care
OrganisationScotsCare
SalaryThis is a voluntary role, although expenses can be paid
Location22 City Road, London EC1Y 2AJ
Role DescriptionOur Trustees serve for a three-year term but can seek re-election at the end of this period. As a Trustee you would need to be able to attend four Committee of Management meetings per year, two away days and four quarterly sub-committee meetings. These meetings are mostly held at our office in 22 City Road, London EC1Y 2AJ, or in another central London location. We are seeking to broaden the professional experience of the Trustees and candidates must have professional experience at a senior level in one of the following sectors - Housing, Communications or Social Care. A full description of the role of a Trustee can be downloaded below.
ApplicationPlease send your CV with a covering letter of application to: Linda Ferguson linda.ferguson@scotscare.com
Contact DetailsIf you would like to discuss this vacancy in more detail before application please contact Shona Fleming, Chief Executive, on 020 7240 3718

Documents to view or download

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General Information

Trustee advert for ScotsCare

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General Information

Full details of the requirements for applicants of Trustees at ScotsCare

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