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Trustee – particular interest in charity financeSalary: None Hours: Minimum commitment of 6 meetings a year Closing Date: Saturday 1 May 2021
Hours: Minimum commitment of 6 meetings a year
Location: Offices in Harrogate, Shipley and Skipton. Currently meetings are being held remotely.
Carers’ Resource is looking for a new Trustee to join the board.
The Board is particularly interested in adding trustees who have substantial experience in charity or public sector finance.
Among other responsibilities, Board members:
- Ensure that the organisation complies with its governing documents, charity law, company law and other relevant legislation or regulations
- Support the leadership team in giving strategic direction to the organisation, setting overall policy and defining goals
- Work with each other to establish performance targets for the organisation
If you think this could be you, please get in touch! If you know someone else you think might be ideal for our board – pass this on to them!
Whatever your background or experience, being a trustee is interesting and rewarding. To find out more about what the role involves, please contact Chris Whiley, Chief Executive on 07912 250741.
This is a voluntary (unpaid) position. The minimum commitment is six meetings a year, plus time to read papers and reports.
Find out about our current team of trustees.
The Carers’ Resource is an equal opportunities employer.
Closing date: Noon on Saturday 1 May 2021
How to apply: To find out more about what the role involves, please contact Chris Whiley, Chief Executive on 07912 250741.
Home From Hospital Coordinator – CravenSalary: £21,817 for 37 hours Hours: 26 hours per week Closing Date: Monday 15 March 2021
Salary: £21,817 for 37 hours
Hours: 26 hours per week
Based in the Craven locality, with frequent travel across the district.
Hours of 26 per week with occasional Out of Hours phone cover required
£21,817 (all salaries quoted for 37 hours)
You will develop relationships with appropriate hospital and community teams and directly provide short-term support (no personal care) to clients in their own homes after discharge
Joining an experienced team, you will be confident in working flexibly and independently in the community and within hospital settings. Ideally with an understanding of the issues that can arise post-discharge, you will have:
- Experience in assessing client needs and support planning
- Experience in supporting people in their own homes
- Confidence in liaising with hospital, community health & social care teams
- Excellent people skills
- Experience of working within a hospital environment will be an advantage
For informal discussion contact Julie Duerden on 07843 399 965
Closing date for applications: Monday 15th March 2021 (12 noon)
Interviews will take place on Wednesday 24th March in Skipton Office
Closing date: Noon on Monday 15 March 2021
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