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Your chance to become a mental health Governor

Published: 05/11/2014


Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust is holding an election for five Governor posts.

As a foundation trust, our governors play an integral role in the running of our Trust. We have 21 governors that represent a variety of areas; service users, carers, public, stakeholder organisations and staff.

The posts that are vacant are:

  • Birmingham Public Governor – 1 posts
  • Birmingham Carer Governor – 2 posts
  • Birmingham Service User Governor – 1 posts
  • Non-Medical Clinical Staff – 1 post

 

Governor election

This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone interested in the future of local mental health services to become involved. The Council of Governors are consulted on any plans for changes to the way local health mental services are delivered and are responsible for appointing the Trust Chair, Chief Executive and Non-Executive Directors. Governors are accountable to the members who elect them and form a vital link to the communities that the Trust serves including service users and carers.

The successful candidate will join the Council of Governors at meeting on Thursday, January 15, 2015 and will play an important part in the life of the Trust. If you are interested in the role, you are invited to stand for election and request a nomination.

To find out more, visit our Governor vacancies page here.

Please download the attached flyer for more information on the election.

For your nomination pack or for any enquiries, please contact Caroline Burgin, Board Support Officer on 0121 301 1096, or by emailing caroline.burgin@bsmhft.nhs.uk.