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Trustee | Autism | Charity
Compass Executives are working exclusively to help source a number of Trustee’s for a new and ambitious charity – the Transforming Autism Project, determined to transform perceptions of autism and to make it possible for those with the condition to live to their true and impressive potential. In this particular instance, a Trustee with a background in autism is required on a volunteer basis.
About the organisation
The opportunity is with a new and ambitious charity, determined to transform perceptions of autism, and to make it possible for those with the condition to live to their true and impressive potential.
The initial focus is on early intervention and an awareness campaign to alert people to its importance. This will lead to the opening of a specialised early intervention clinic in 2019 or 2020 and to the establishing of a comprehensive online portal to offer guidance, support and community to anyone looking after an autistic child.
About the role
These volunteers will input into the charity’s direction in relation to autism along with one well-respected specialist to sit on our Trustee board. The successful candidate will verify the messaging of the early intervention awareness campaign, sense-check other output (including the articles on our site), and will sit on a new Advisory Board to the charity.
- We are seeking someone who has a very good understanding of autism, either through their own experience working with autistic children (professionally, in the education system, or simply with their own children), or through academic or research work.
- As the Charity is a strongly values-driven organisation, and this is such a critical role, we are also seeking someone who deeply resonates with their purpose and their values. The full list of company values will be provided in an information pack from Compass Executives as part of the application stage.
To apply, or for further information, please contact Luke Osborne on 0207 8876 115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org