Situations Vacant – New Trustees

The Chiltern Centre based in Henley-on-Thames provides a short-break facility for 16–30-year-olds who have learning difficulties and/or complex medical needs. The charity offers a range of care services that empower young people to learn new skills, make friends, gain independence, and find joy whilst also promoting choice, positive self-image, and individual identity. At the same time, it provides practical support for their parents and families along with a vital break from the pressures of caring. The Chiltern Centre is highly regarded and very well supported by the local community for the vital lifeline it provides to the 28 local families who depend on it for a much-needed break. It was recently rated “good” by CQC. It is now seeking to strengthen its Board of Trustees with two new appointments as well finding a new Chair designate.

Chair of Trustees

The current Chair is standing down in 2022 after 20 years association with The Chiltern Centre. His successor will be committed to The Centre`s continuing progress and will be experienced in leading a strong Board of Trustees whilst being adept also at networking with all The Centre`s stakeholders in the local community.

Safeguarding Trustee

The ideal candidate will be an experienced professional in safeguarding and able to lead the Centre and The Board in ensuring that the highest standards of compliance in this area are achieved.

Legal Trustee

A qualified solicitor is sought to provide the Board of Trustees with pro bono advice on a wide range of legal issues.

All these positions are voluntary and suitably qualified candidates are now invited to apply. Please send a brief CV and covering letter to explain your interest to Lorraine Green, The Chiltern Centre, Greys Road, Henley –on-Thames, RG9 1QR or by email to chiltern@chilterncentre.org.uk to arrive by October 31st.

Registered Charity No. 1101218                                                  Registered Company No.4843950

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