Become a trustee of Homeopathy UK and make a positive impact to the health of thousands of people across the UK.
Homeopathy UK is a small and nimble charity, established in 1902 and still thriving in 2021. The charity has a dedicated team of trustees, providing strategic guidance and support to enable the charity to grow and evolve.
We currently have an opening for a trustee that can share their expertise in digital marketing. The trustee will provide meaningful input to assist the board in agreeing the best strategies to enable the charity to meet and exceed its targets for providing information to the UK public about homeopathy and ensuring people can access care.
As a Homeopathy UK Trustee you will be required to:
Why apply to be a trustee?
As a small charity, agreed strategic and operational changes made at meetings can be implemented very quickly. Homeopathy UK has a board of trustees (currently 8) with a wide range of skills. Your valuable skills in digital marketing will complement the others’ abilities around the table and help form decisions that will take the charity forward not just for the immediate future but for the longer term.
We are a team at Homeopathy UK where there is mutual respect of everyone’s abilities within the organisation. At meetings there is an openness in discussion of ideas on how best to maximise the effectiveness of the charity. As a trustee, you would immediately become an important part of our team.
What are we looking for someone with:
What difference will you make?
You will provide meaningful input to assist the board in agreeing the best strategies digital marketing strategies to enable the charity to meet and exceed its targets for providing information to the UK public about homeopathy and ensuring people can easily access care.
In addition, as a trustee of Homeopathy UK, you will help the governance of the charity by ensuring that we are:
Becoming a Trustee of Homeopathy UK will allow you to learn about the complementary medicine sector in the UK and the unique challenges and opportunities which face the charity across a spectrum of areas, including politics, media, patient rights, health policy, medical training, pharmaceutical supply, digital marketing, and business development. Every Trustee meeting has something interesting on offer to discuss. Plus, the Trustees can agree policy changes and new strategies quickly and implementation can happen immediately as the charity is a small yet nimble.