We’re on a mission to provide more mental health support to more people in Sussex – can you help to lead our development as a Board member?
Sussex Oakleaf is a leading not-for-profit organisation working to extend mental, physical and social wellbeing, through recovery-based support in housing and specialist support services.
We are client focused and work in partnership with people to design and deliver personalised support, independent living, access to volunteering, employment and education.
It’s a great time to join our Board, as we embark on ambitious plans to grow and extend our services and reach into communities. We are keen to recruit to enhance the skills and capabilities of our highly committed Board.
If you’re passionate about improving mental health, can bring a strategic focus, business skills and social empowerment to the table, we’d be delighted to hear from you.
We are especially keen to meet people who have skills and experience in:
· Clinical health and social care
· Social Enterprise or start ups
· Finance and accountancy
· Communications and marketing
You will ideally be able to commit to six Board meetings per year, working groups and be able to support the Executive team in advisory capacity.
This is a voluntary role, with reasonable out-of-pocket expenses. Our meetings take place mainly in Mid Sussex but with occasional travel to other locations in the county.
Closing time / date: 12 noon on 21st June 2018
Interview date: 20th July 2018
If you would like an application pack, or to arrange for an informal discussion with our Chair, Graham Maunders, before applying, please contact Claire Knight Office Manager Tel: 01444 459517 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about us visit our website on www.sussexoakleaf.org.uk
Sussex Oakleaf welcomes and encourages applications from every part of the community, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, age or disability.
About Sussex Oakleaf
Sussex Oakleaf is a leading not-for-profit organisation working to extend mental, physical and social wellbeing, through recovery-based support in housing and specialist support services. Helping people survive crisis and recover control in their lives.