Trustee, and Chair of Finance & General Purposes Committee
|Job Title:||Trustee, and Chair of Finance & General Purposes Committee|
|Salary:||Unremunerated (reasonable travel expenses paid)|
|Contact Name:||Gemma Gompertz|
|Job Published:||November 12, 2019 11:39|
- Looking to volunteer for an HIV charity making a huge difference?
NAT is the UK's charity dedicated to transforming society's response to HIV. We provide fresh thinking, expertise and practical resources. We champion the rights of people living with HIV and campaign for change.
NAT has an excellent track record of successfully influencing legislation and national policies which affect people living with HIV in the UK. Our organisation is credible, influential, financially stable and effective.
We are now seeking a new Trustee with financial expertise to join our Board and Chair our Finance & General Purposes Committee.
If you are a strategic and independent thinker with excellent judgement, with accountancy skills and ideally knowledge of charity finance we would like to hear from you.
We welcome applications both from those with and those without knowledge of HIV, to complement a Board which already has this expertise.
NAT is a UK wide organisation but the majority of Board business is conducted at the London office. The time commitment is to attend 8 meetings a year, one away day, and reasonable availability to support staff with ad hoc advice. The position is unremunerated but we pay reasonable travel expenses.
Closing date: Monday 25 November 2019 (9am)
Interviews: Thursday 5 December 2019
The application pack documents can be downloaded from our website, https://www.nat.org.uk/we-need-you/work-for-us or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or call us on 020 7814 6767. All materials are available in larger fonts upon request.
NAT is committed to equality and diversity and encourages applications from people living with HIV, gay and bisexual men, trans and non-binary people, and people from black and minority ethnic communities.
We welcome applications from disabled people and are committed to making reasonable adjustments wherever possible.