Governance and Development Group
The Association is led by the Governance and Development Group.
This group consists of:
President: Prof Bernie Carter
Chairperson: Katrina McNamara
Treasurer: Norman Long
Honorary Secretary: Vacant (contact Chair, pro tem)
Membership Secretary: Jim Robinson
Marketing and Merchandise: Ann Bisbrown-Lee
Journal: Dr Stephen McKeever
Newsletter Editor: Danielle Edge:
Trustees: Bernie Carter, Katrina McNamara, Norman Long, Ann Bisbrown-Lee, Jane Houghton.
Advert for the roles of Chair and Finance Officer to the governing group of the Association.
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The Chair and Finance Officer are unpaid roles and require attendance at 3 meetings a year (including AGM). At present these meetings are held virtually but, as appropriate, travel expenses are reimbursed for any events/meetings attended on behalf of the Association. The current postholders have identified that the time commitments are approximately 4hrs per month (plus meetings).
The roles provide an opportunity to be involved in the work of the longest established children’s nursing association in the world and to help ensure that the voice of nurses working with children and young people is heard.
The Governance and Development Group is a friendly and supportive one and the new appointees will be supported in their roles by the existing postholders to provide a full induction to the responsibilities.
For further details about the roles please contact firstname.lastname@example.org we can arrange informal chats with existing postholders too. Expressions of interest will be by a brief CV and will be followed by virtual interview at a date convenient to applicants.
Closing date 14 February 2022.
How you can get involved
We welcome new members to the Association and we are particularly interested in enquiries from people who wish to actively contribute to helping us shape the future of children's nursing and child health care.
We really do need your skills, energy and talents to help us make change happen for children's nurses and for the children and families we care for.
Most of our activity is focused in the UK but we partner with colleagues in other parts of the world for some specific activities.