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Lead Trustee for Safeguarding

We are recruiting a Lead Trustee for Safeguarding, with a passion for mental health and safeguarding those most vulnerable in our society.

We looking for a Lead Trustee for Safeguarding, with a passion for mental health and safeguarding those most vulnerable in our society. Trustees collectively share accountability for Governance matters, including Safeguarding.

You will have demonstrable experience of Safeguarding Adults or experience of Safeguarding Children and Young People, combined with a genuine interest in helping to develop further the Board’s Governance and Quality Assurance of Safeguarding.

We are an award-winning charity, excited about our new phase of strategic development to ensure that everyone experiencing mental health problems receives support and respect.

In these challenging times, we are focused on achieving our ambitious plans to help more adults and young people with mental health needs, while diversifying our income sources.

The role is voluntary with expenses paid, with 6 Board meetings per year on Monday evenings in central Harrow venue or currently virtually via video-conference.

We recognise the importance of having a diverse and inclusive Board of Trustees, and welcome applications reflecting the diversity of Harrow’s BAME communities.  We also welcome applications from people with lived experience of mental health problems.  We are committed to meeting the reasonable adjustments of disabled people.

Please send your completed application form and CV to Ruth Catty, Finance and Operations Manager, r.catty@mindinharrow.org.uk

We are requesting Applications by 27 June 2021.

 Successful applicants will be expected to undergo an Enhanced level Disclosure and Barring Service check

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Currently, during the coronavirus outbreak, our services and activities are running remotely.  We will begin to offer face-to-face activities again when we can undertake these safely.