Ayrshire Sportsability Trustee

Recruiting body: Ayrshire Sportsability

Role: Ayrshire Sportsability Trustee


Ayrshire Sportsability (ASA) is a voluntary sport group where the main aim is to lead in the development of sport for people with physical, sensory or learning disabilities in partnership with key local agencies in Ayrshire. ASA is a member branch of Scottish Disability Sport (SDS) who are the governing body of sport for athletes and players with a physical, sensory or learning disability. ASA achieved SDS Minimum Operating Requirements (MOR) which ensures all governance is up to date and appropriate.

ASA wishes to recruit Trustees to join the Board. They would have a strong and visible passion and commitment to ASA, its objectives and cause.  As a Board member, they will have a collective responsibility for setting the strategic direction and development of the charity, whilst ensuring sound governance and best value at all times. ASA is required to comply with Scottish Charities Act as well as other relevant legislations. Board members have responsibility for ensuring that the activities are carried out in accordance with these requirements and the ASA Constitution.

The Board encourages applications from individuals from diverse communities and backgrounds. ASA seeks applicants with experience and expertise particularly in marketing/promotions, communications/media, health and well-being, stakeholder engagement and local sports communities, finance and fundraising.


Person specification and application form

For an information pack and Application Form, please contact the Chair at admin@ayrshiresportsability.org.uk .

Please return the completed Application Form to the Chair at admin@ayrshiresportsability.org.uk by no later than 30th September 2019.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the Chair at admin@ayrshiresportsability.org.uk

Date published: 06 August 2019
Date updated: 06 August 2019


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