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Shape our Future - Become a Trustee

For the past 30 years, Waverley Care has been at the forefront of Scotland’s response to HIV, hepatitis C and sexual health. Join our Board and help to shape our future.

At Waverley Care, we're proud of our achievements and recognise the considerable progress that Scotland has made. However, we also know that there is so much more to do, particularly in challenging the stigma that continues to surround HIV, hepatitis C and sexual health.

As we enter an exciting new chapter in our history, we are looking for people to join our Board as Trustees, to help shape our future and ensure we continue to meet the needs of the people we are there to support.

The Story so Far

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Who we're looking for:

Our Board plays a central role in supporting our work, and we want to promote diversity among our Trustees.

We believe that people from all backgrounds can bring valuable skills and experiences, both personal and professional, to the role, and that this can only strengthen our charity in the years ahead.

In the application pack below, we've set out some of the attributes that we are looking for in our Trustees, but the most important factor is passion for helping to empowering people to live healthy lives.

If that sounds like you, then we would love to hear from you.

How to Apply

To apply to join our Board as a Trustee, please send a CV and covering letter, stating why you are interested in joining the Board to: grant.sugden@waverleycare.org

The closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 25 January 2021

Before applying, you should read our application pack, which tells you a bit more about our work, and what's involved in being a Trustee.

For an informal chat about the role, please contact Grant Sugden (Chief Executive) on grant.sugden@waverleycare.org

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