BPC Trustee

We are always keen to hear from people interested in joining our Board as either a clinical or lay trustee.

We are currently particularly interested in recruiting a clinical trustee with strong ethical knowledge and experience, to chair our Ethics Committee.

The Board of Trustees are jointly and severally responsible for: the overall governance and strategic direction of the organisation; its financial health; the probity of its activities and developing the organisation’s aims, objectives and goals in accordance with its governing document, legal and regulatory guidelines.

We seek both clinical and lay trustees with a strong empathy for the work we do. We have a vision of a society that recognises and values human relationships and the use of psychoanalytic theories of mind to support emotional wellbeing, good mental health, and effective social policy to create a better society.

To apply, please send us a copy of your CV and a supporting statement (no longer than two pages) outlining how you meet the person specification (details in the documents below).

Voluntary roles: approximately five hours a month.

BPC Lay and Clinical Job Descriptions

BPC Clinical Trustee role description and person spec
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BPC Lay Trustee role description and person spec
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