Campbell Tickell are pleased to be recruiting to the role of Chair at Linkage Community Trust

We believe in the potential of people

At Linkage, we create opportunities for people with learning difficulties and disabilities to achieve their aspirations. Our person centred approach enables people to develop the skills and behaviours to live independent lives.

Through our Registered Care Homes, Supported Living, Specialist FE College; as well as a range of advice, Community Support and Day Services we support hundreds of young people and adults each year. Demand for our services is high and we have ambitious plans, to deliver more services for more people.

Do your values and leadership style align with our values and approach? Do you have the board experience and passion to lead us through the next exciting phase of our strategic development? Could you help us realise our potential?

You will be supported by a fantastically talented staff and trustee team, who work collaboratively and inclusively, to get the best result for our people.

We are keen to attract someone with a passion for what we do, we are open to your sector background or profession but most importantly is the drive to take us forward and to be an advocate for the people we support.

We enable people to realise their potential and hope you could enable us to realise our potential too.

For an informal discussion please contact Bill Barkworth on 07706 369273. You can download a recruitment pack and submit your application at www.campbelltickell.com/jobs.
Posted: 21/01/2021
Closes: 18th Feb 2021
Location
Lincolnshire
Job type
Salary
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