Trustees (unpaid)

Would you like to contribute to our changing future?  If so, we would like to hear from you.  

We are looking for committed individuals to expand the range of Trustee skills on our board.  We would like to  have a wide range of people on the Board and we seek to be representative of the diverse population in the county.  The Board of Trustees is a small dynamic and developing team where contributions are welcomed. There is no need to have trustee experience to apply but an interest in supporting unpaid carers is necessary.

We expect Trustees to contribute actively to the Board by giving strategic direction; setting overall policy; defining goals and setting targets; evaluating performance; ensuring the charity’s effective and efficient administration and financial stability.

Trustees are expected to

  • attend up to six meetings a year for around 2.5 hours (all currently on Wednesday evenings) and an annual planning day;
  • Annual General Meeting
  • get involved in support work including fixed term projects;
  • contribute advice and support on an ad hoc basis; and
  • attend events.

1 in 5 people are unpaid family carers and you will either know someone who is a carer or may even have been or will be a carer yourself in your lifetime.

You need to be prepared to ask questions, examine new ideas and be confident to give your opinion; you will bring your professional and personal skills to the table and will also have an opportunity to learn about new things. You will learn about how a charity operates from the inside and better understand the kind of challenges we face.

If you are interested in this opportunity please contact Helen Hunter, Chief Executive on 01609 780872 

 

Vacancies

ADMINISTRATOR

22.5 HOURS PER WEEK – (4.5 hrs per day)

Start and finish times are negotiable

£11,209.00 p.a.

Based in Northallerton, North Yorkshire

Are you a highly motivated, experienced Administrator looking for a new opportunity?

We are looking for an excellent communicator and administrator to be our first point of contact, with the necessary skills to assist with all our office based tasks that support our team.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for the appointment of a part time (22.5 hours per week) Administrator based in Northallerton. Hambleton and Richmondshire Carers Centre are passionate about supporting unpaid carers and we need someone who can share our mission, contributing to the smooth running of the office. The Administrator will provide administrative support, greet and direct visitors, as well an answering and responding to calls and emails. Candidates will have impeccable verbal and written communication skills, a strong ability to multi-task and a friendly demeanour. The post requires a proven competency in managing telephone calls, using Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word and Excel, assist with financial administration and the ability to be highly organised. Previous experience in operating a CRM system is desirable. The successful candidate must respect the need for confidentiality of personal information and have knowledge of GDPR, Equalities and Health and Safety requirements of working within an office environment.

An understanding of community or charity work would be desirable but personality and skills are more important. In return, we can offer a friendly working environment which provides an opportunity to contribute to the community.

Closing date for applications: Friday 17th May 2019

Interviews: Week Commencing 27th May 2019

Note for Agencies - We do not accept speculative CVs from agencies. We will only review CVs sent in application for an advertised post. Any unsolicited CVs received will be disregarded.

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