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Trustee for bibic
Salary: N/A – voluntary work
Hours: Generally, meeting six times a year and there would be an invitation to also join our Finance Committee that also meets six times a year. Board meetings are often held virtually, and usually last around 2 hours.
Location: Remote, with option to travel once or twice a year to Langport if possible.
bibic exists to help children and young people with neurological or genetic conditions to achieve their full potential, delivering individualised developmental therapy and training to parents and professionals. Our vision for the next five years is ambitious, but we believe achievable and we have already started to deliver against it. We will take our therapy to family’s homes and into the community, develop our services with schools and other public organisations, and increase our training model for professionals.
Could you help us as part of this journey and volunteer a small amount of your time each month to become a Trustee?
We’re looking for two or three new members with experience in finance, education or from the charity sector to join us. The role of a Trustee is really rewarding and you’ll have the opportunity to influence the strategic direction our charity takes, as well as learning new skills along the way. In return, you’ll help bibic to grow and support even more parents and carers of children with learning difficulties and disabilities access our support.
To register interest or ask questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, please send a CV and cover letter stating why you are interested in applying for the role to our current Chair, Laura Voyle: email@example.com
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• communicating and promoting vacancies
• offering an interview to disabled people
• anticipating and providing reasonable adjustments as required
• supporting any existing employee who acquires a disability or long term health condition, enabling them to stay in work
• at least one activity that will make a difference for disabled people