Membership of the Board of Trustees
Highland Hospice is seeking four new Board Members, with a proposed start in November 2020.
Highland Hospice has been providing specialist palliative care and related services across the Highlands since 1987. Highland Hospice is a company limited by guarantee and is an independent charity funded mainly by voluntary contributions and NHS Highland. The organisation employs 140 people and benefits from the support of approximately 900 volunteers.
As well as a commitment to the purpose and values of Highland Hospice and an ability to contribute to strategy and governance, we are seeking individuals with the following skills and experience:
- Practicing clinicians, ideally with an understanding of rural service delivery
- Qualified accountants
- Business owners in the Highlands
To continue to increase the diversity of our board, we would particularly welcome applications from women, people from a range of backgrounds, and those who represent the breadth of geography in which we deliver our services.
Further information about Highland Hospice can be found at www.highlandhospice.org
The post of Trustee is non-remunerated but reasonable travel expenses are paid.
You can watch a video here to learn more about being a Highland Hospice trustee from two of our current trustees.
Please contact Kenny Steele, K.Steele@highlandhospice.org.uk for informal enquiries.
To apply, please complete and return an application form to Jo Chisholm, email@example.com which can be downloaded below.
The closing date for applications is 21st October 2020.
Highland Hospice, Ness House, 1 Bishop's Road, Inverness IV3 5SB
Non-remunerated but reasonable travel expenses are paid
See attached Role Description for Board Trustees
Application closing date
21 October 2020