Seamab helps children who have experienced trauma and loss so they can have a childhood in which they feel safe, accepted and happy.
Seamab provide residential care and education for 15 children plus up to 6 day pupils who need intensive and expert support. Most of the children at Seamab School live there all year round. Boys and girls are aged between five and thirteen when they move to Seamab and can stay there up to the age of eighteen.
Seamab has three teams: care, education and support services. They work closely together to meet the needs of children and to deliver the organisation’s vision, values and commitment. Seamab currently benefits from the support of three patrons: Sir George Reid, Lady Daphne Reid and Gerard Eadie CBE.
Seamab are currently looking to appoint a new Trustee to join their expert and diverse Board.
The Board of Trustees provides strategic direction for the organisation and oversees the work of the senior management team and the delivery of Seamab’s services. Trustees meet regularly, approximately 6 times per year, and are kept fully informed of the work of the organisation.
If you have experience in working with children or young people in residential care as well as knowledge and experience of child protection, this could be an incredible opportunity for you to make a difference to the lives of some of Scotland’s most vulnerable and traumatised children.
How To Apply
To find out more, contact email@example.com as soon as possible for more information. This search is being conducted exclusively on behalf of Seamab by BTA. Our leadership team have all worked in the voluntary sector and we use this experience to match organisations and individuals to create great appointments.
Closing Date: Midnight, Sunday 15th March 2020.