MS Therapy Centre (Tayside) Dundee

Charity registered in Scotland SC020217

MS Therapy Centre (Tayside) is a self-help, self-funding group of people affected by Multiple Sclerosis who are dedicated to improving life with MS. The Centre was established in Peddie Street, Dundee in 1982.

People affected by MS and many with other conditions attend the Centre for Oxygen Therapy and other complimentary therapies inclusive of Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Chiropody and Aromatherapy. We take a great in the fact that members are offered local access to a wide choice of support, allowing them the opportunity to manage their personal symptoms.

Current opportunities

MS Therapy Centre in Dundee is accepting applications from people to join their team of oxygen chamber operators. Our oxygen sessions operate 6 days a week in a non-clinical environment. Volunteers would ideally provide back-up and support to our lead chamber operators. Full training would take place on the premises. As some of our members require assistance in and out of the oxygen chamber, would ask that you are physically fit. Ideally volunteer sessions would last 2-3 hours, once a week. The chamber seats 8 people at one time.

Would you like: · The opportunity to enhance your existing skills and knowledge and apply these to the development of an innovative and dynamic charitable organisation? · To play a key role in the running and development of MS Therapy Centre (Tayside); enabling the charity to continue its positive and valuable work? We are currently seeking to appoint new board members with specific skills to enhance our existing board membership. Successful candidates will have excellent knowledge and experience of one or more of the following: · Fundraising · Marketing · PR Candidates do not need experience or knowledge of MS but must be committed and passionate about making a difference. If this sounds like you and you possess the energy and drive to be part of a successful charitable organisation like MS Therapy (Tayside) then we are keen to hear from you. Application packs are available on request by emailing Sheila Mitchell at,uk. If you wish to have an informal discussion about this role, please contact Sheila using the email address above, where she will be more than happy to arrange this with our Chairperson for you.