Dads Rock is one of Scotland’s fastest growing charities, improving outcomes for children by supporting their Dads and families. We currently have three vacancies to join our dynamic and diverse voluntary Board team at an exciting time, as we continue our national expansion across Scotland – and beyond!
We are looking for three highly engaged Trustees who will bring a diverse range of skills and experience to our Board, contributing meaningfully and effectively to the ongoing development and execution of the Dads Rock Strategy.
We are particularly interested in applications from individuals with experience and skills in HR / Employment Law, Finance and Digital.
Previous Board experience is not required, but proven experience in a senior leadership role would be advantageous.
Dads Rock is an ambitious, fast-growing Charity, based in Edinburgh and delivering services across Scotland’s central belt, as we develop our national strategy to expand across Scotland.
We exist to improve outcomes for children across Scotland, to ensure they have the best start in life by supporting their Dads and families. Our services include Dads Antenatal workshops, Dads and children playgroups, Music lessons, Young Dad support and more.
Our vision is that through us achieving our aim, there will be a larger shift in society toward accepting the vital role Dads play.
Read more about the Aims of Dads Rock here:Aims
A Recruitment Pack is available for download below.
If you share our vision and are committed to improving outcomes for Dads, children and families, please email your CV and covering letter outlining what you will bring to the Dads Rock Trustee role to David Gray (Dads Rock Chair) at Chair@dadsrock.org.uk by 5pm on Monday 8 February 2021.
If you would like to have an informal discussion about the role before applying, please email to arrange a mutually convenient time.
Following shortlisting, interviews will take place in February, via Zoom. Successful applicants will then be co-opted on to the Board at the next 2021 Board meeting.