Would you like to help children who stammer to achieve their full potential? Do you know your way around the charity world and have the leadership skills to help us to achieve even more during these challenging times?

If so, you could be the right person to become the next Chair of Action for Stammering Children. Join us and you would be warmly welcomed by an active and engaged board of trustees, a small and dedicated staff team and a Charity with thirty years of success. You would be supported by our Vice Presidents including Sir Michael Palin, the Rt Hon Ed Balls and Colin Firth. You would work closely with the brilliant team at the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children which the Charity opened in 1993 and continues to fund to this day.

Your mission would be to become an enthusiastic and widely respected ambassador for the charity. You will need to ensure that the Charity not only meets all its legal duties, strategic aims and charitable objectives but also finds innovative and creative ways to support even more of the 150,000 children who stammer in the UK.

To download the full Job Description and to find out how to apply, please visit:
https://actionforstammeringchildren.org/chair-recruitment/
Posted: 11/11/2020
Closes: 30th November 2020
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