Riverside Community Health Project is currently recruiting a Chair and two trustees to lead our charity into the future. This is an opportunity to support a successful long-standing local charity through a period of transition, as our long-term Chief Executive retires in March 2022.
We have worked in the west end of Newcastle for forty years addressing inequalities through supporting local people to identify and address issues that affect their lives and through delivering a range of services in response to identified need.
This is a chance to make a positive difference to people who are disadvantaged through providing effective governance for the organisation so that we can continue to flourish and bring benefits to local people.
The charity prioritises work with women, children, parents and support to local community groups. Services include welfare rights advice, support for parents of young children, activities for children under five years, holiday activities for families, support to apply for EU settled status, training and volunteering opportunities.
Please download the Letter to Applicants PDF below for full details of the roles.
How to apply
Please send a letter of application indicating why you are interested in applying, how you meet the requirements for the role you are applying for(referring to the role description) and how you would see Riverside Community Health Project developing and what your contribution might be.
Your application letter should be no more than two pages of A4. This can either be sent by email or posted to the address below.
Applications will be shortlisted by the members of the interview panel which will include some trustees.
The closing date for applications is Friday 26th March 2021.
Interviews will commence week beginning 5th April.
Please return completed applications to Christine Irklis Christine@riversidechp.co.uk
or post to:
Carnegie Building, Atkinson Road
Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 8XS