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National Osteoporosis Society

Osteoporosis helpline

0845 450 0230

9am - 5pm Mon-Fri

Job vacancies

The National Osteoporosis Society is the only UK wide charity dedicated to improving the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis and fragility fractures. Without early diagnosis and preventative action, osteoporosis can lead to multiple, disabling fractures. We want to change this and have recently launched our ambitious three year campaign “for a Breakfree future” to change the future for people with fragile bones.

Trustee – unremunerated voluntary role

The National Osteoporosis Society wants a brighter future for people with or at risk of osteoporosis and fragility fractures across the UK, putting an end to preventable broken bones and helping people to live without pain and disability. 

We are seeking to recruit an additional skill set to supplement those of our committed Board of Trustees.  This is a great opportunity for an individual who has excellent knowledge of generating and growing sustainable income.  It is an exciting time for the charity and having on board a highly experienced Trustee who can contribute to the strategic plans to grow income and maximise existing opportunities is essential. 

Trustees are required to commit to quarterly board meetings held either in London or at the charity’s headquarters in Camerton, near Bath.  In addition there are 2-3 supplementary meetings of the Board or its sub-committees annually and on-going information exchange which requires a regular time commitment each month.  This is an unremunerated role although expenses will be paid for travelling to meetings.

For further information email Helen Kingman, Human Resources Director at h.kingman@nos.org.uk or telephone 01761 473115.  Closing date is 8 May 2014.

 

 

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