The Society of Occupational Medicine is a national charity that supports occupational health and medicine through its members. As a result of a new constitution being passed in June 2017, Trustees wish to appoint three new Trustees who will support the new Board, the Chief Executive and the President through ambitious, creative, independent, and informed thinking. Trustees should possess the following attributes:
A willingness to devote the necessary time and effort.
Strategic vision, good, independent judgement and an ability to think creatively.
Integrity and a willingness to speak their mind and to listen to others points of view.
An understanding and acceptance of the legal duties, responsibilities and liabilities of trusteeship.
An ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
The Board needs skills and experience from the Commercial sector, Finance, Marketing and ideally also a user of Occupational Health Services.
The Board will meet 4 times a year, usually in London, although there may also be occasions where decisions need to be made outside of Board Meetings, which will occur by e-mail.
For a confidential discussion please contact Nick Pahl, CEO, at firstname.lastname@example.org
About society of occupational medicine
The Society of Occupational Medicine is the UK organisation for all healthcare professionals working in or with an interest in occupational health.
We are concerned with:
the protection of the health of people in the workplace
the prevention of occupational injuries and disease
related environmental issues
The Society stimulates interest and research in Occupational Medicine and works with the government, the healthcare community, health charities and other bodies to promote a healthier workforce. It also acts as the voice of occupational medicine, responding to consultative documents and media enquiries on issues affecting the speciality.
A national leader in providing continued professional development and education for all doctors and healthcare professionals working in occupational health, it is also a forum for the exchange of ideas, best practice and networking opportunities.
A registered charity, founded in 1935 as the Association of Industrial Medical Officers, it changed its name to become the Society of Occupational Medicine in 1965. In 2012, the Society opened its membership to health professionals working in occupational health