To represent the wider community of interest and enable the organisation to deliver it’s objectives for the organisation’s users, staff, volunteers and funders.
reviewing the organisation's policies and financies.
Ensuring the organisation is being managed properly and in the charity's best interests.
Review the results achieved by the staff and volunteer team in relation to the organisation’s aims and objectives, annual and long-range goals and the performance of similar projects.
Provide candid and constructive criticism, advice, comments and praise
Be assured that the Board of Trustees is adequately and currently informed – through reports and other methods – of the condition of the organisation and its operations
And much more
The Hard of Hearing Group have trained volunteers who can provide help and support with the following: 1. tubing, minor repairs, ear mould cleaning and battery replacement 2. Advice on how to clean your hearing aids and how to get the most out of your hearing aids 3. Information and signposting to other services and an introduction to other useful equipment. For further information contact direct. Also offer a care home service, including a free comprehensive service which will enable staff to be able to give further support to residents who are hard of hearing. Their training and support programme includes: •Care and maintenance of hearing aids training - cleaning, re-tubing and changing batteries and Deaf Awareness training. •Follow up support on a monthly basis by a volunteer for up to six months, reducing to bi-monthly when staff are competent. •Further training given to new staff when necessary.
Experience required: Previous experience would be good but is not essential
Minimum age: 16