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TRUSTEE

Wharekaka Trust Board would like to invite expressions of interest in becoming a member of the Trust Board.  We are seeking expressions of interest from people who are genuinely interested in the work of the Trust.

Wharekaka Trust Board is a Not-For-Profit charity providing governance to Wharekaka Rest Home and Villas in Martinborough.  Trustee positions are unpaid.

We are keen to hear from people who are experienced and capable in any of the following:

  • An appreciation and understanding of the nuances of a Not-For-Profit organisation.
  • Marketing, sponsorship and fundraising experience.
  • Established networks and networking abilities, particularly with iwi and cultural groups.
  • Ability to think laterally and innovatively.
  • Business and financial acumen.
  • A genuine interest in and desire to make a difference for older people.
  • Knowledge of and experience in delivery of aged care, nursing, or other health services.

Along with your skills and experience, you will need to be collaborative, and a strong contributor as a key member of this Trust Board.

This is a voluntary position.  It involves participating in monthly meetings of the Trust Board and attendance at sub Committee meetings as required.  In addition to their governance role, Trustees provide active support for fundraising and other resource development activities, and the work of staff and volunteers.

Applications close:  15 June 2018

Further enquiries: Patricia Logan email – patricia.logan@xtra.co.nz.  Telephone 027 5850021.

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