Be a Vice Chairperson for a charity providing vital support and information for people with brain injury, their families and carers.
Build your experience and share your skills for Fife Headway. This role is vital to help them run the work that they do. The role is varied and may include the following:
Planning the annual cycle of board meetings and set the agendas; chairing and facilitating the board meetings; giving directions to board policy making; monitoring that decisions taken at board meetings are implemented; representing the organisation at appropriate events, meetings or functions; acting as a spokesperson for the organisation where appropriate; attend monthly board meetings, participate in other tasks as they arise from time to time, such as interviewing new staff, helping with fundraising; keep informed about the activities of the organisation and wider issues which affect its work.
New role holders within the board are needed as due to a mixture of health and personal reasons, the current volunteers are seeking to step down.
Please contact us to find out when this opportunity takes place.
Headway will offer support as required, including an induction covering an understanding of brain injuries.
You are also welcome to attend free training on Roles & Responsibilities of a Board Member that Fife Voluntary Action provide.
Leadership skills * Tact and diplomacy * Good communication and interpersonal skills * Impartiality, fairness and the ability to respect confidences * an ability to work effectively as a member of a team
Restrictions on who can volunteer
No restrictions were specified.
Application Form; Induction/Training; Interview; PVG membership required; References; Trial Period
Linton Lane Community Centre, Linton Lane, Kirkcaldy KY2 6LF. Free parking , can be accessed by public transport. Some board meeting will be on zoom and some in person when permitted.
To enquire/register an interest in this opportunity please call us on 0800 389 6046, e-mail us, or fill out this form:
Director, Trustee, Board/Committee member or Governor?!
Organisations have different names for the volunteers who are responsible for the running of the organisation - some are called Board members, some are Committee members, some may use the word Director for example. Broadly speaking, they mean the same thing - the people at the top who are ultimately responsible! These are important roles (for which training and support is available) and without volunteers at board level voluntary sector organisations could not exist.
Help and Support
Call us to arrange an appointment
Give us a call on 0800 389 6046 to arrange an appointment to chat with our staff about what opportunities are available - at Board/Committee level as well as operational opportunities. Meetings can be arranged outside of the office in some cases.
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