We are seeking a trustee who can bring professional clinical experience to the board to strengthen the quality of our consideration of issues and the quality of our decisions from a clinical perspective.
This is the best possible time to join us, as our new three-year strategic plan is taking us into the next phase of our journey as an organisation.
As the NHS and commissioning landscape moves to a more local, system-based approach to care, we want to combine our more than 30 years of experience, our ambitious new data programme, and our strongly held values to become the country’s leading charitable provider of integrated health and wellbeing services.
We are looking for people who are leaders and pioneers in their field, who share our passion and commitment, to join our board of trustees. We are particularly interested in finding clinicians, who have senior expertise in mental health, general practice, or public health.
If you are interested in supporting a growing and innovative third sector NHS partner, then we may be just the organisation for you.
We would love to hear from you if you possess the following:
- Current/recent experience and expertise as a senior mental health clinician. This experience may be in secondary mental health services and/or primary care/psychological therapies.
- Experience in a strategic leadership role in mental health service provision
- A commitment to work in the best interests of Mental Health Concern and Insight IAPT, our service users, and colleagues at all times
- Willingness to take part in the work of the charity through involvement in committees and serving as an officer of the board as required and agreed.
Please note - this is a voluntary position and therefore unremunerated except for travel expenses and this role can be fully remote.
We are accepting CV submissions via our website at https://www.mentalhealthconcern.org/work-for-us/vacancies/
A recruitment pack containing further background & information is also available via our website.
We are passionate about creating a diverse workforce and positively encourage applications from underrepresented communities.