Bliss Scotland Trustee

Would you like to make a difference to the lives of some of Scotland’s most vulnerable babies and their families?

We are recruiting for new dedicated Bliss Scotland Trustees, based in Scotland, to join our passionate and committed Board to support the charity’s service development and overall strategic direction.

We need people who can help us achieve our ambitious plans, who are good at reviewing and challenging those plans to help us to improve them, and who have the time and skills to commit to this important role. In particular, we are keen to hear from applicants with background, skills and experience in the following area:

  • NHS Scotland / health experience, from any of frontline clinical, academic, or Health Board / management perspectives.

We are also keen to hear from applicants with a diversity of experiences and backgrounds to ensure our Board fully reflects our beneficiaries. Previous Board/trustee experience is not necessary and we welcome applications from all ages and backgrounds.

As a trustee you will join the charity at a critical time as we address the impact of COVID-19 on neonatal care while also continuing to deliver our 2019-2022 strategy. There is so much more to do for sick and tiny babies in Scotland and to provide much needed emotional and practical help for their families. Bliss Scotland is passionately committed to ensuring that all babies and their families have the best possible care wherever they are born. Join us to help us make a difference!

We really value the diversity of ideas and skills that Trustees can bring, and welcome applications that can help us reflect this on our Board.

To apply:

  • Submit your CV, Covering Letter and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form to recruitment@bliss.org.uk with the subject 'Trustee Recruitment Bliss Scotland'.
  • Applications must be submitted by 9am on Monday 15 March 2021.
  • Interviews will be held over zoom w/b 22 March 2021.

Bliss Scotland Trustee - Role Description & Info Pack

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form