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  • Trustee

    Salary: Unremunerated voluntary role

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    The National Osteoporosis Society makes a real difference to the lives of those living with osteoporosis.

    Our charity has built a strong reputation with clinicians, researchers and health care professionals by providing effective identification, care and support to some of the three million people in the UK who suffer from the effects of the condition. Most people don’t know the importance of bone health or recognise the signs of osteoporosis.

    The National Osteoporosis Society is now at an exciting time in our 30-year heritage, and we are now looking to appoint up to five trustees with senior business (board level) and general management experience to help shape our future. Alongside the statutory duties in the trustee role, we are keen to attract individuals looking specifically to bring their finance, business, commercial and legal experience to our innovative and much needed charity.

    For further information, please click 'more details'.

    There are six full-day Board meetings held annually, most of which will be in London and two which will be at the charity’s headquarters in Camerton, near Bath. Trustees are required to sit on at least one sub-committee of the Board and/or serve on one short-life working group (three to four meetings per year).

    This is an unremunerated role and travel expenses will be paid in accordance with our policy.

    How to apply

    Applications for this vacancy are being handled by TPP Recruitment.

    To request an information pack and progress an application for this role, please contact our retained Consultant at TPP: Brigitte Stundner at executive@tpp.co.uk. Alternatively, please call 020 7198 6060 for an informal discussion.

    Please do not apply for this role via our website.

    Closing date: Monday 7 January 2019

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  • Clinical Trustee

    Salary: Unremunerated voluntary role

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    The National Osteoporosis Society makes a real difference to the lives of those living with osteoporosis.

    Our charity has built a strong reputation with clinicians, researchers and healthcare professionals by providing effective identification, care and support to some of the three million people in the UK who suffer from the effects of the condition. Most people don’t know the importance of bone health or recognise the signs of osteoporosis.

    To continue reading, please click 'More details'.

    The National Osteoporosis Society is at an exciting time in our 30-year heritage, and we are now looking to appoint trustees with substantial expert clinical knowledge of osteoporosis, to help shape our future.

    There are six full-day Board meetings held annually, most of which will be in London and two which will be at the charity’s headquarters in Camerton, near Bath. Trustees are required to sit on at least one sub-committee of the Board and/or serve on one short-life working group (three to four meetings per year).

    This is an unremunerated role and travel expenses will be paid in accordance with our policy.

    Before you apply

    For more details on this exciting role, including a full job description and how the role supports our strategic direction, please download an application pack.

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    All applicants must meet the eligibility requirements as laid out by the Charity Commission.

    How to apply

    To apply, applicants should provide a comprehensive CV, including details of relevant experience and achievements. This should be supplemented by a supporting statement in a cover letter, demonstrating how your skills and experience meet the person specification.

    When you are ready to apply, please upload your CV and cover letter using the form below.

    By submitting your application, you:

    • consent to the processing and retention of your personal data in line with our Applicant Privacy Notice, which is in line with the Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation.
    • confirm that the information contained within you application is true to the best of your knowledge and no material facts have been omitted.

    Closing date: Monday 7 January 2019

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