Board of trustees
Self Help UK governance and management team
Self Help UK has a highly experienced, skilled and competent Chief Executive and Board of Trustees/Directors. They provide strategic leadership and direction for the organisation. They carry out business and strategic planning, anticipating changing needs and emerging trends in self-care and identifying the role and function of self help groups, both locally and nationally. They set our priorities for the future.
Our Board of trustees meets monthly. Minutes are available on request (Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Join our Board!
We are looking to expand the range of expertise and experience of our Board and are looking to recruit additional Trustees, with skills and experience in the following areas:
- Experience of attending or leading a self-help group or other peer support activities
- Financial management
- Fund raising/social investment
- Management of a small charity
- Communications and marketing
Trustees are required to attend four board meetings per year plus the AGM, away days and any sub-committee meetings they are involved in. Most meetings will remain virtual but there will from time to time be a need to attend key meetings and events in Nottingham. The time commitment is approximately 4-6 hours per month. Trustee positions are unremunerated, but reasonable expenses will be reimbursed.
We are committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive community. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and communities. Much of our work has a focus on improving equality of access, opportunity, and care, and we particularly welcome applications from individuals whose experience of inequalities might enlighten our future work.
Full details of the vacancy available here.