Overview

The Clerk to the Board of Trustees will possess excellent organisation, communication and ICT skills and be familiar with maintaining confidentiality at all times.  They will ensure the smooth running of meetings, prepare meeting agendas, collate supporting papers and take notes and action points or minutes.

Duties and key responsibilities

To be conversant with the Constitution of the Charity Age Concern Hampshire and the Terms of Reference of its Sub-Committees and to advise the Trustees on matters of procedure in respect of these thereof.

For both Board and Sub-Committee meetings, prepare and circulate the agendas and supporting papers in consultation with Chair and CEO, attend the meetings, take accurate notes and action points/minutes, prepare draft notes and action points/minutes within 7 days for approval by the Chair of the Board/Sub-Committee and distribute the agreed final version to the Board of Trustees/Sub-Committee members shortly thereafter.

Maintain records on each individual Trustee’s attendance and assist with arrangements for recruiting and inducting new Trustees and on-going training of all Trustees.

Be familiar with and comply with the policies and procedures of Age Concern Hampshire.

Act honestly and openly and comply with relevant corporate governance requirements, current employment legislation and standards of business conduct.

To apply, please e-mail your CV and supporting letter to judy.walker@ageconcernhampshire.org.uk  or by post to Judy Walker, Chief Executive, Age Concern Hampshire, St George’s House, 18 St George’s Street, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 8BG

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About Age Concern Hampshire

Age Concern Hampshire is an independent charity working across the county to promote independent living to over-50s. We provide information and advice as well as activities, wellbeing and care to over 58,000 people each year. - See more at: http://www.ageconcernhampshire.org.uk

Our vision is that getting older should be a positive experience where everyone is respected, valued and able to make informed choices. We receive year-on-year accreditation for the quality of our services and take a caring and supportive approach to our work, ensuring that older people, their carers and families achieve the very best quality of life.