Trustee

Buckinghamshire

Spinal Injuries Association

SIA is searching for Trustees at a pivotal time in the development of its new five-year organisational strategy. Help us achieve our vision; a fulfilled life for everyone affected by spinal cord injury

Closing date for applications

Who we are

Spinal Injuries Association is a national user-led charity dedicated to helping the 40,000 spinal cord injured people in the UK to rebuild their lives.

SIA is committed to a singular vision: a fulfilled life for everyone affected by spinal cord injury. Everyone has a right to a fulfilled life and that means the life they choose, a life that has the same opportunities as everyone else. Our work in campaigning, education and support is based on the personal experiences of the SCI community. We provide dedicated support through our SCI clinical specialists, peer support from regional support coordinators and volunteers, freephone support line, specialist counselling service, advocacy experts and campaigns team.

SIA’s Board has identified the following priority areas to complement existing strengths:

• Finance

     o Not-for-profit strategic finance experience

     o Charity finance accounting/SORP and reports

     o Investment & business development

• Fundraising

• Campaigning

• Communications

 

Applications from anyone within the spinal injury community (particularly individuals with a high-level injury or conditions such as transverse myelitis and cauda equina syndrome), people of colour and people who identify as female are encouraged.

 

To find out more and to apply (deadline midday 9 June), please visit our website.

 

Supporting documents

  • Equality-Diversity-Monitoring-form.pdf - Download
Closing date for applications

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