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CHORISTER RECRUITMENT CAMPAIGN 2017
Ever thought about singing? Whatever your ability, our choir will help …
- You do not need to read music
- We learn our music at rehearsals
- Age is not a factor
- Any male voice is welcome
The Lawns Nursing Home – Kempsey Worcestershire
- Quality care in a happy environment
- Long-term and respite placements
- Care planning tailored to meet individual needs
Contact: �� Carol Harris, Home Manager
Telephone: 01905 821388
You can also visit us at:
Worcester Wheels is a not for profit community transport operator that provides transport for elderly, disabled, vulnerable and isolated residents of the city and the surrounding areas. We have a fleet of fully wheelchair accessible minibuses and MPV’s, as well as volunteers who use their own cars to provide door to door trips, as well as fully trained passenger assistants should our clients require assistance. As we are a charity and use volunteer drivers and passenger assistants our fares are very affordable and offer excellent value for money. Our vehicles are also available for group hire – for excursions for example – with or without a driver / passenger assistant.
We also require volunteer drivers for cars and minibuses – car drivers are reimbursed at 45p per mile and there is no commitment necessary…you simply drive for us as and when you are available to do so.
Contact: Dormston Cook
Telephone: 01905 724274
Or visit our website http://www.worcesterwheels.org.uk
Worcester Wheels need someone with a sound financial background to join our Board of Trustees as Treasurer. You would be instrumental in implementing our ambitious plan to expand our service and to achieve a secure financial future.
Working with the Business Development Manager and Trustees, this responsible position is for a Board Member who will monitor and review the organisations financial practice and procedures. Significant changes have been put in place over the last twelve months to support the move from a reliance on grant funding to a position in which we are fully self-funding. Financial oversight is key during this process.
Required skills – Accountancy Financial Management
A Team player: to work with a small but dedicated team of staff and trustees. Experience of financial management and oversight is essential. An accountant with charity background is ‘desirable’ for this role. We expect all trustees to abide by the Nolan principles for Public Life, and the Code of Conduct for Trustees devised by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations.
What impact the opportunity will have?
This role will provide the financial oversight and expertise to help us make the best use of our assets, support our removal to new premises and the expansion of our transport service. Financial stability will enable us to improve the scope of the service we can offer to local people who are socially isolated and who have difficulty in accessing transport.
What’s in it for the volunteer?
The chance to use your skills to work with our small team to make a big difference to the lives of older, disabled and disadvantaged people. An exciting time lies ahead for the organisation as we prepare to move to new premises and begin the second year of our three year business plan. You will be able to affect the future development of the organisation and enable efficient monitoring of financial procedures and practice.
Mostly outside office hours
Every two months, up to two hours. Sub-Committee on Finance & HR matters. Every month for 1-2 hours.