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User Voice is a charity led by ex-offenders working to improve rehabilitation through collaboration. Founded in 2008 by Mark Johnson MBE, a former service user, User Voice builds the structures that enable productive collaboration between service users and service providers. We are able to do this because our work is led and delivered by ex-offenders. This gives us the special ability to gain the trust of, access to, and insight from people within the criminal justice system. At User Voice we know that the criminal justice system needs to be improved. We are optimistic that change is possible, and we know that we have the experience and insight to contribute to making it better. Rehabilitation is possible, and people with convictions can turn their lives into an active force for good in society. We work to provide ways that enable unheard voices; to make a difference, to urge policy-makers and people with power who make decisions to listen.
The Trustees will with the rest of the Board, CEO and senior staff ensure the charity is pursuing its vision and mission, achieving agreed objectives through its strategy and management.
The Treasurer will report to the board of trustees on its state of financial health, in line with best practice, and in compliance with the governing document and legal requirements. They will have senior financial management and strategic business planning experience, ideally for a charity (SORP) and will demonstrate excellent financial analysis. The Treasurer will need to be a chartered accountant.
The HR Trustee will provide strategic oversight and advise on matters in relation to employment law and risk management, HR policies and procedures, recruitment, remuneration and performance management. The ideal candidate will bring relevant human resource management experience, preferably within the charity or not for profit sector including a good understanding of developing HR strategy, policies and procedures. They will have a professional HR qualification or demonstrable equivalent experience.
Quarterly board meetings and Finance / HR Subcommittee meetings in London; ad hoc meetings and events, as required.
This is a voluntary position, but reasonable expenses are reimbursed.
How to apply
If you are interested in applying or would like to learn more about the role, please contact Brigitte Stundner at TPP Recruitment at firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7198 6060. The closing date is 9am Friday 3rd April 2020.