Independent Advocacy is looking for a new Chair of Trustees

Independent Advocacy are looking for a dynamic, motivated and committed individual to become their new Chair.

Independent Advocacy:

We need someone who is passionate about “empowering vulnerable people to lead fulfilling lives through innovation” and can bring knowledge and experience to the role.

We are committed to co-production and working with service users in evaluating and designing our services and are also seeking to increase community involvement in our work through further development of our existing volunteer base.

You will need to be over 18 and be able to evidence Nolan’s seven principles of public life: selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership. You cannot have been previously disqualified as a trustee or company director, be an undischarged bankrupt or have certain unspent criminal convictions.

Ideally, the new Chair will be embedded in the local community and can help us make new connections and build new partnerships. We are hoping to find someone who understands the difference support and compassion can make when people are in difficulty. We are also looking for someone who can inspire people to support us and our work.

We are a Disability Confident Committed Organisation and a Mindful Employer. If you have access needs in relation to taking on the role of Chair these will be supported.

How to apply:  If you would like an informal chat to find out more, please contact our CEO, simon.cottingham@independentadvocacy.org

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