We are looking for a new, third member to join our Independent Remuneration Panel which annually reviews our Trustees remuneration.
Role of The Panel
The Independent Remuneration Panel is responsible for determining the level of remuneration for Trustees, including the Chair and reviewing the policy for payment of expenses to Trustees.
Members of the Panel will be independent of the Charity itself.
The Panel will normally meet once a year but may meet more than once a year if necessary.
Specification for members of The Panel
Members should have a broad understanding of the role of organisations such as or similar to Affinity Trust which is a charity providing social care and support to people with learning disabilities.
Members do not need detailed understanding of social care or learning disabilities but need to understand that, though it is a charity, Affinity Trust is a large and complex business operating in a competitive environment. Annual income is currently £55m with almost 2,000 employees.
Members should have some understanding of the role and responsibilities of Trustees of a charity.
Some members should have experience of reviewing and setting pay rates, job evaluation or similar understanding which they can bring to the role.
Affinity Trust supports over 1,000 people with learning disabilities across England and Scotland, helping them live as independently as possible. We’ve been supporting people with learning disabilities for more than 25 years.
Whether enabling people to live in their own homes, giving opportunities to enjoy community-based activities, or supporting people into work, we aim to ensure that those we support can live life to the full.
Remuneration of Panel members.
Panel members will be paid £350 after tax per meeting plus reasonable expenses.
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