JOB VACANCY

19th Jun 2019

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.

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.

We wish to improve the diversity of the board, and we are keen to receive applications from among 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.

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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