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Trustees for Mind (Brighton & Hove)

Trustee Opportunities at Mind in Brighton and Hove
Including Treasurer and HR Lead
Closing date: 12 noon 2 October 2017
Mind in Brighton and Hove supports and empowers people experiencing mental health issues across Brighton and Hove, East and West Sussex. We are committed to challenging the related inequality and discrimination many people face.
We are seeking 3 trustees to complement the competencies, experience and expertise of our existing trustees. As a trustee of Mind in Brighton and Hove you will have a commitment to the Charity and ensure that it is effectively governed in line with its mission, vision and values. You will need to think strategically and creatively, communicate clearly and have the ability to exercise independent judgement.
We are recruiting to the following roles:
Treasurer:  to have an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs; chair the Finance and Performance Sub Committee; advise the Board on matters of financial stewardship; ensure that proper financial procedures and records are maintained in compliance with legal a regulatory requirements and oversee the development and implementation of financial, reserves and investment policies.
HR Lead Trustee: to advice the Board on human resources, health and safety issues; chair the HR Sub Committee and ensure the organisation’s human resources and health and safety policies and procedures are compliant with legal requirements.
Trustee: we are seeking people who are interested in becoming a trustee who bring lived experience of mental health issues.
The roles require an estimated commitment of 2-4 hours per month, including attendance at 6 Board meetings a year, sub committees and our AGM. This is a voluntary role. Travel expenses will be paid by Mind in Brighton and Hove.
We welcome applications from people with direct and indirect mental health experience of mental health issues. We are committed to diversifying the membership of our Board and particularly keen to receive applications from women and people from ethnic minorities.
For an information pack, please visit: 
email: or telephone 01273 66 69 50.