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We are an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from everyone and currently particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity applicants, members of the trans, non-binary and gender-questioning communities; and those with additional language skills to work across all our services including services specific to these target groups.

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Spectra Board of Directors Role Recruitment

Spectra is a Community Interest Company (CIC), working to improve the choices, health and well-being of structurally excluded communities across London; particularly in relation to their sexual health, emotional resilience and wellbeing, and to combat isolation and minimise risk.

Under the steer of its Chief Executive and Board of Directors, Spectra’s outstanding staff team provide supportive; knowledgeable; non-judgemental services, which are all peer led; meaning they are delivered by people with lived and learned experience. Spectra strives to proactively identify the needs of all its service users, supporting them appropriately and effectively.

If you feel passionately about addressing health inequalities and have an ethos aligned to our mission to support and empower people, we would love to hear from you.

Spectra is based in Ladbroke Grove. It is expected that you will attend five-meetings (in the evening) and a Board Away Day each year, most of which will be online but there will be at least 2 in-person meetings per year. In addition it is envisaged that you will contribute your expertise outside of Board meetings on occasion eg to review service or planning reports, to input into a focus group etc.

Please find more information of the role positioned below.

Summary of Statutory Duties of the Board

Application will be by way of a brief CV (maximum two-sides of A4) and a covering letter (again at a maximum of two-sides of A4) detailing your specific expertise along with your reasons for applying.