Imperial Health Charity is a leading NHS charity who focus on changing lives by improving public health. Through the provision of grants, arts, volunteering and fundraising they support the five Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust hospitals to go further for both patients and staff. Imperial Health Charity back new and innovative approaches to improving people's health, sharing what they learn.
Through their unique relationship with the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Imperial Health Charity facilitate advances in health research and patient experience that are both national and international in their impact.
Imperial Health Charity
The Covid - 19 pandemic has greatly amplified the need for the work of Imperial Health Charity who now seek two new Trustees to support and provide governance of quality and rigour as the organisation continues to increase the impact it has on improving public health.
The new Trustees will be motivated to improve the welfare and health of others whilst bringing an ability to see the bigger picture along with a willingness to make a strategic contribution to a high performing board.
Imperial Health Charity seek two Trustees of differing backgrounds. One Trustee will bring a background in Strategic Finance Experience, including a chartered accountancy qualification and understanding of charities' SORP. The other successful Trustee will bring Strategic Commercial/Development Experience with a track record of developing holistic strategies for diversifying and increasing income streams.
Imperial Health Charity is committed to achieving greater diversity in its board and welcomes applications regardless of sex, gender, race, age, sexuality, belief or disability.
To learn more about this unique opportunity, and to find out how to apply, please read the full appointment brief, on the Prospectus website, which can be reached by clicking on the “Apply on Website” Button.
Closing Date: Sunday 20 September
Preliminary interviews with Prospectus: w/c 28 September
Final Panel Interviews: w/c 19 October