Cerebra is seeking a new Chair of Trustees

Cerebra (www.cerebra.org.uk) is seeking a new Chair of Trustees to lead their strategic direction, financial management and governance. You will be a skilled and experienced Chair, someone who knows how to get the best out of a Board and what you bring is personal credibility, an exceptional ability to communicate and manage relationships and the capacity to be an outstanding ambassador for the organisation. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a passion for Cerebra’s Vision and Mission to play a leading role in the next phase of its development. With a collaborative and inclusive leadership style you are a strategic thinker and a proven collaborator, capable of facilitating debate to achieve good decision-making.

A career-profile of standing, reputation and influence … drawn from business, the professions or politics, is required, combined with the drive to sustain success. A credo of inclusion, collaboration and enablement coupled with the business disciplines of time, cost and money is crucial. An understanding of Boards and governance, the contrasting issues of values/value is critical. The retiring Chair, Professor David Rose, has successfully harnessed these synergies. Can you?

Please note, this is a voluntary role with an expected time commitment of one to two days per month and out of pocket expenses can be reimbursed. Location-wise, a successful candidate based along the M4 Corridor would be preferable.

If you are interested please contact Tom O’Neill with a full CV quoting ref 4496/INT at:
Wheale Thomas Hodgins plc
Search & Selection Solutions,
Berkeley Square House 13 Berkeley Square Clifton Bristol BS8 1HB Email: sue@wth.co.uk

“Making the total greater than the sum of the parts”

About Cerebra (www.cerebra.org.uk): Families where a child has a brain condition face challenges every day. Just to learn, play, make friends, enjoy and experience the world can feel difficult, even impossible. But Cerebra doesn’t believe there is any challenge that can’t be overcome. Its Vision is that every family that includes a child with a brain condition will have the chance to discover a better life together. Its Mission is to listen to families that include children with brain conditions. It uses what they tell them to inspire the best research and innovation. Then it helps them put the knowledge into practice so they can make this discovery.

Its key Values are Positivity, Inquisitiveness and Togetherness … It’s an incredibly rewarding journey for everyone involved. Why not be a part of it? You never know what you’ll discover together.