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Inclusive Boards are delighted to work with People’s Health Trust in their search for new Trustees.

People’s Health Trust believes in a world without health inequalities. Where we live and the conditions in which we live have a profound impact on our health and the health of those around us. The Trust believes that health inequality is a matter of profound and avoidable social injustice. So far, the Trust has supported over 2,900 local organisations and over 500,000 local people to be more in control of the decisions which affect them every day. The Trust has developed a long-term source of income and has received over £108m so far to address health inequalities in Great Britain.

Inclusive Boards is working with People’s Health Trust to identify candidates who can provide expert advice to the Board. We are seeking a number of Trustees with particular knowledge and experience around:

  • wider social determinants of health;
  • governance;
  • evaluation and research.

Additionally, we wish to improve the diversity of the board, and we are keen to receive applications from amongst various groups currently under-represented, including people who are:

  • Black, Asian, minority ethnic, refugee;
  • disabled;
  • living and/or working in the north of England;
  • living and/or working in Wales;
  • under 50 years of age.

The successful candidates would also bring other individual experience relevant to a charity and will act as an ambassador for the Trust.

Please send your CV and cover letter to: ros.h@inclusiveboards.co.uk by 12th July 2019. If you would like to discuss this opportunity further please contact Ros Hollinghurst at ros.h@inclusiveboards.co.uk or on 0115 934 8437 or 07568 137 714.

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People’s Health Trust works to ensure that where you live does not unfairly reduce the length of your life, or the quality of your health. The Trust believes that supporting local communities to take greater control over what happens in their neighbourhood is key to creating new and stronger relationships, improving confidence and encouraging a greater sense of belonging. Common to all aspects of the Trust’s work is the desire to ensure that control is in the hands of residents and that local wisdom and assets possessed by each neighbourhood drive what happens on the ground.

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