Your Voice in Health and Social Care, Chair of the Board unpaid opportunity - RSA

Your Voice in Health and Social Care, Chair of the Board unpaid opportunity

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  • Health & wellbeing
  • Social care
  • Fellowship

Your Voice in Health and Social Care (YVHSC) are looking for someone who has knowledge, experience and a passion for promoting better health and social care for local people, to join them as Chair of the Board. Please note, this is an unpaid opportunity.

The Board represents an advisory body overseeing strategic direction and monitoring the progress of YVHSC in different boroughs. You will be responsible for shaping the future organisation and establishing the basis for building a large local membership from all communities in the borough.

Key Tasks
1. Oversee governance of services under YVHSC, working other members of the Board and CEO
2. Contribute to the performance of the Board
3. Chair Board meetings, participating in other committees/groups where required
4. Monitoring performance
5. Public engagement
6. Maintaining good relationships with staff
7. Representing YVHSC

For more information contact YVHSC on 0203 886 0839 or email:
YVHSC’s CEO Tim Spilsbury at [email protected]
YVHSC’s Chair Stephen Clark FRSA at [email protected]

For more detailed information on this role, please visit our vacancies page on

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