Charity registered in Scotland SC041885
Enriching the lived experience of children and young people with chronic conditions – through group art therapy and one-to-one art psychotherapy treatment in hospitals – is the core purpose of Teapot Trust.
Approaching its tenth anniversary in 2020, the charity has 21 services in 11 partner hospitals throughout the UK and retains 17 art therapists and a staff team of 6.
Currently embarking on an exciting phase of regrowth, Teapot Trust is seeking three new trustees with expertise in 1) legal/regulatory/governance; 2) social enterprise; 3) clinical paediatrics (e.g. Rheumatology, Diabetes). If you believe you have the appropriate skills and experience to add value, we look forward to hearing from you.
In line with OSCR’s guidance, trustees, who exercise oversight in a non-executive capacity, hold collective responsibility for the charity’s strategic direction, managing risk, and ensuring legal and regulatory compliance.
The work will be both purposeful and fulfilling. An excellent induction package is offered, including visits to partner hospitals to see the impact of the charity’s art therapy.
Enriching the lived experience of children and young people with chronic conditions – through art therapy treatment in hospitals – is the core purpose of Teapot Trust (SCI0 SC014885). Approaching our tenth anniversary in 2020, the charity has 21 services in 11 partner hospitals and retains 17 sessional art therapists and a staff team of 6. Embarking on an exciting phase of regrowth, we’re seeking an efficient Communication Assistant to support our core team.
Your key focus will be:
· Fulfilling a new online strategy (the result of an audit of its effectiveness) by coordinating social media posts and website updates provided by the team
· Supporting the chief executive with administration for media work
· Supporting the fundraising team with campaigns, database work and gift processing
· Supporting the art therapy projects manager with liaison with hospitals
Located beside the river in Musselburgh, (one stop on the trainline from Edinburgh), our core team punches above its weight which means you can expect a pacey and purposeful work culture but one where we also celebrate success!
24th June 2019
This role involves coordinating and participating in fundraising events to raise funds and awareness for the Teapot Trust. Participating in a challenge and getting sponsored, organising your own fun fundraising event, or coordinating public collections are just some ways to help … Read more