AfPP has an exciting opportunity for two Trustees (one elected and one non-elected) to play pivotal roles in the leadership and governance of the charity by setting the future strategy and assuring the quality and focus of services to our members.
Becoming a Trustee is a great challenge that brings with it the opportunity to apply the skills and experience you have gained to a new environment. Working as part of the AfPP Board can be hugely satisfying and rewarding but it will challenge you and your colleagues. As a Trustee of AfPP you can help to improve patient care and change the environment within which our members work. Being involved with AfPP at a very different level will provide you with opportunities to take brave steps to broaden your horizons.
You will be joining a group of dedicated colleagues who contribute positively to Board discussions including setting policy, budgets and goals, evaluating performance against agreed targets, keeping abreast of and meeting our legal, governance and quality standards.
Elected Vacancy: For the elected vacancy, we are ideally looking for someone working in clinical practice. However, this is not a pre-requisite. Nominations are, therefore, sought for eligible candidates (members) who are willing to stand for election to fill the current vacancy.
Non-elected Vacancy: For the non-elected vacancy, we are looking for someone with an understanding of recruitment and retention requirements within a busy and demanding business environment. Expressions of interest are sought for an independent member of the board.
If you are interested in joining our dedicated team of Trustees, please review the information below.
Applicants for the elected vacancy will be required to complete the attached nomination form, your nomination form must be countersigned by two voting members of the Association.
For both vacancies, we will require a full curriculum vitae accompanied by an election statement (500 words maximum) and a current photograph in electronic format.
We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, nationality, ethnicity, age, sex, gender reassignment, religion, sexual orientation, marital status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Closing Date: All applications must be received by 5pm on Monday 6 September 2021. Applications may be submitted by email (to firstname.lastname@example.org) or by post (to Daisy Ayris House, 42 Freemans Way, Harrogate HG3 1DH, marked private and confidential, for the attention of Maddie Smith).
After the closing date, each application will be reviewed by the AfPP Nominating Committee who will support all potential candidates through the election process and ensure that the process is conducted in a fair and equitable manner.
The Committee will oversee the process for candidate selection and ensure that each candidate has the required abilities to undertake the role, capacity to maintain commitment and an understanding of the role before interviewing or commencing the election process.
If you would like to discuss the role and the implications in more detail please contact Maddie Smith, PA to the Board, who will put you in contact with one of the Trustees currently in office.
Direct Dial: 01423 882 968