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Title Trustees – Devon
Categories Trustee Roles
Salary N/A
Location East Devon
Job Information

Set in a beautiful East Devon location, Stallcombe House is a unique supportive living community for adults with learning difficulties.  About thirty adults live at the farm and there is also a day care provision.  The charity believes that their residents’ needs are best met by participating in a rural environment providing purposeful activities, originally based on work on the farm and gardens but now including various indoor jobs as well as a wide variety of creative and leisure activities.   The holistic approach to their clients’ care encompasses both their physical and spiritual needs.  The charity is committed to working with the environment, harnessing sustainable power and working organically.

Stallcome Veg

There is now a need to recruit some new independent Trustees to join the Board to support the charity as it moves towards an exciting new future.  We are looking for commercially astute individuals with an understanding of the private care sector and possibly a background in either HR, Legal or Finance.  The Board meets quarterly and Trustees are encouraged to attend Monthly Management meetings when they can.

Please contact Jackie Dawkins at Shine Charity Recruitment for an initial conversation about trusteeship and Stallcombe House or send your cv to  01884/841751.  She will invite you to meet with her to discuss this in more detail. If you are interested in progess your application,  then these are the following steps

  1. An initial meeting with the Chair and a visit to Stallcombe House.
  2. In invitation to meet the rest of the Board and attend a Board meeting as an observer
  3. If everyone is still keen, then references will be taken up and you will be co-opted onto the Board.
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Categories Trustee Roles
Salary N/A
Location Exeter
Job Information

Healthwatch Volunteer

Healthwatch Devon is the independent health and social care champion. We listen what people like about services and what could be improved and help them to find the information they need. We are building a network of partnerships to reach out into the communities to get a broader range of views and escalate concerns. We encourage services to make positive changes and involve people in decisions that affect them

Our work helps us to influence health and social care services in Devon, we act as a critical friend to the NHS, the county council as well as other health and care providers.

We are now looking for new Trustees to join our dynamic and high performing Board, whose responsibility it is to determine the strategic direction and overall governance of the organisation.  We are specifically interested in speaking to people who can offer us expertise and knowledge in the areas of finance, law and HR.   Being a Trustee can be very rewarding and enjoyable offering an opportunity to serve the community whilst learning new skills.  The Trustees role is to focus on the strategic direction of the charity and to ensure effectiveness and accountability.  Day-to-day operational decisions are delegated to the Chief Executive and the staff team.

Recruitment Process

Please contact Jackie Dawkins at Shine Charity Recruitment for an initial conversation about trusteeship and Healthwatch Devon or send your cv to  01884/841751.  She will invite you to meet with her to discuss this in more detail. If you are interested in discussing this further, then you will need to follow these steps with Healthwatch Devon directly…

  1. An initial meeting or phone call with the Healthwatch Devon CEO.
  2. If you are invited to apply for the role of Trustee, we will review your application and pursue your references.
  3. Once we have received your references if we decide to interview you this will take place with the Healthwatch Devon CEO and a Healthwatch Trustee (usually the Chair)

At any point in the process you can request to attend one of our Formal Board Meetings as an observer.

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Categories Trustee Roles
Salary N/A
Location Somerset
Job Information


TAH operate across Somerset and our mission is to end rough sleeping in the Southwest.  Our aims are to:

  • Prevent people becoming homelessTAH people 2
  • House and support people who are homeless
  • Provide skills to support people to move on to independent living
  • Facilitate in the provision of ‘move on’ housing
  • Be financially sustainable

We are recruiting four voluntary Board members who are passionate about improving the lives of vulnerable people and have the expertise to drive our organisation forward.  We have approved a new business plan and are developing innovative solutions to help our clients achieve their aspirations. We are looking at options for developing more commercial initiatives to ensure our sustainability.

We are seeking people with a strong track record at board or management level together with experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • Services to vulnerable people (health, social care, supported living, education, training, advice)
  • Marketing/PR
  • Finance
  • Partnership working

In addition to Board meetings you will also be required to attend two strategy days a year plus induction training.

Recruitment Process

Please contact Jackie Dawkins at Shine Charity Recruitment for an initial conversation about trusteeship and Taunton Association for the Homeless.                   01884/  841751

This will be followed by an initial meeting with the CEO, Justin Roxburgh, and a visit to the charity.

Then a meeting with the Nominations Committee which consists of Molly Holmes (Chair) and one other Trustee before being invited to attend a Board Meeting as an observer.


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Title Fundraiser
Categories Charity Jobs, Fundraising Jobs
Salary £22,000- £24,000
Location Exeter, Devon
Job Information

Deaf Child

Exeter Deaf Academy (“the Academy”) provides nurturing education and care tailored to the individual needs of Deaf young people.  The sense of belonging to an inspiring bilingual community transforms students as they develop language skills and journey towards independence and fulfilling their own potential.

Are you an enthusiastic and experienced Fundraiser looking to join a small but ambitious team who are about to launch a new capital funding appeal?

In the spring of this year the Academy will begin to build a groundbreaking, purpose-built facility scheduled to open in 2019. This new world-class Academy will change the lives of Deaf students. It will break down barriers to Deaf young people, bring communities together and enable families to thrive.

We are looking for a dynamic Fundraiser who will work as a key member of the Fundraising and Marketing teams in delivering the funds and awareness needed to make our Appeal a success.

This is a role for someone with excellent fundraising experience, with a proven track record of developing income streams. The role is focused on community, corporate and events fundraising and you will be committed to delivering excellent supporter care, developing relationships with donors to ensure long term support. You will develop good working relationships both within the Academy and with external bodies, being willing to work flexibly and as a member of a collaborative team.

We are looking for an individual who is a team, player with a can-do attitude, being pro-active in developing external relationships, spotting fundraising opportunities and delivering effective ‘products’ that enable us to hit our appeal fundraising target.

Our vision is a brighter future for Deaf young people. If you feel you could be part of this story, we would like to hear from you.

Terms & Conditions: 37 hours per week over 5 days, permanent contract starting as soon as possible.
Benefits include 30 days annual leave plus bank holidays.

For a job description and an application form please e-mail:

Closing date for applications:  tbc

The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults; as such an enhanced DBS disclosure is required.

The Academy is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion for all its students and staff.

(Registered Charity No. 1124523).

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