Merton CIL looking for a new Trustee
Merton Centre for Independent Living is looking for a new Treasurer to join its board.
Merton Centre for Independent Living (Merton CIL) is seeking a new Treasurer with expertise in Finance to join our Board of Trustees, currently made up of ten members, eight identifying as Deaf or Disabled.
We want you to actively contribute your financial skills, your views, and question & challenge our management. We particularly welcome applicants who can bring lived experience of disability.
Merton CIL is an organisation run and controlled by Deaf and Disabled people for Deaf and Disabled People. Our vision is to enable Deaf and Disabled people to take control over their lives, challenge discrimination, achieve change locally, and have full participation in Merton and wider society. More information can be found on our website: www.mertoncil.org.uk
Merton CIL provides advice and advocacy support around benefits, community care and hate crime. Last year, we delivered over 1300 sessions of support, contributing £814,045 to the local economy through our work, and spent over 1000 hours working on policy and strategy issues on behalf of Deaf and Disabled People. We also lead a pan-London consortium providing capacity building support to Deaf and Disabled People’s organisations to develop their hate crime services.
We can offer training in disability equality, the support of your colleagues on the board, and support with any access needs. The full role description and person specification is available here: TBC
If you are interested in joining us, please provide a covering letter outlining your reasons for applying and the experience & skills that you can bring to the role.
Deadline: Thursday 13th October 2019 at 9am
Applications should be sent to: Tom Lichy, Merton CIL, Wandle Valley Resource Centre, Church Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 3BE
or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To discuss the role, please feel free to contact our CEO, Tom Lichy via email or call our office to arrange a conversation: 0203 397 3119.