bckr | Early intervention centre for marginalised/homeless ‘St Cuthberts Centre’ seeks new Trustee – HR law expertise
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Early intervention centre for marginalised/homeless ‘St Cuthberts Centre’ seeks new Trustee – HR law expertise

Early intervention centre for marginalised/homeless ‘St Cuthberts Centre’ seeks new Trustee – HR law expertise

Closing Date
30 June 2022
Location
London SW5
Time Commitment
6 board meetings a year

RF/SCC is a early intervention centre for those in distress/marginalised & provides a wide range of therapeutic/ support services for rough sleepers & those with mental health and/or substance abuse challenges.

RF/SCC has made great progress in recent years in broadening & deepening its range of services as well as improving its physical infrastructure in terms of refurbishment & the addition of new consulting rooms.There are further plans to expand further which will require strategic skills & management experience.

Due to relocation & as a result of a former trustee having to stand down, RF/SCC is now looking to enhance further the Board’s skills & expertise.

The new trustee should have a strong focus on ensuring the centre continues to comply with all legal & regulatory requirements as well as the charitable sector’s best practice as well as helping maintain governance at the highest possible standard.In particular the Board is looking for someone preferably with some knowledge of HR law & best practice.

Further they will be expected to support proactively the Board in formulating its strategy & setting its vision & objectives, including overseeing the qualitative measurement of the centre’s outcomes & impact.

Preferably a strong background in & working knowledge of HR law & best practice, ideally too within the charitable sector.

Experience as a trustee and or management positions.

Experience in dealing with vulnerable adults or other social work.

Resident within the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea would be a bonus.

 

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