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Ce este un mandatar?

 Rolul unui administrator într-o organizație de caritate este de a fi „gardienii scopului”, asigurându-se că toate deciziile pun nevoile beneficiarilor pe primul loc. Administratorii noștri protejează activele organizației de caritate – atât activele fizice, inclusiv proprietatea, cât și cele intangibile, cum ar fi reputația acesteia.

Oportunități curente

Te-ai gândit vreodată să devii administrator pentru NDAS?  În prezent, căutăm un administrator dinamic și angajat să se alăture Consiliului nostru. Nu sunt necesare cunoștințe despre abuzul domestic.  

Ne dorim ca Consiliul nostru să fie reprezentativ pentru comunitatea noastră locală și, prin urmare, am saluta abordări din partea persoanelor din grupuri subreprezentate, în special a persoanelor din comunitățile etnice de culoare, asiatice și minoritare, LGBTQ+, dar și o gamă largă de vârstă și persoane care trăiesc cu dizabilități.  

Căutăm administratori cu abilități și experiență în următoarele domenii:

  • Studii superioare sau ulterioare

  • Strângere de fonduri și generare de venituri

  • Comunicații și PR, în special marketing digital

  • Audit

  • Resurse umane

  • Invaliditate


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NDAS Trustee - Beverley McConnell
NDAS Trustee Dave Lloyd-Hearn
NDAS Trustee Jo Burns
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Bev McConnell Bev joined the NDAS board of trustees in 2013.  She is a qualified social worker and has a background in multiagency safeguarding and currently works as an independent safeguarding consultant. She provides services to local authorities, education settings and private providers as well as acting as an Independent Social Worker in private law cases and as a review author.

Dave Lloyd-Hearn Dave has been a Trustee of NDAS since September 2019.  He has over 25 years’ experience in senior leadership across the UK and internationally in commerce, social care and currently is an NHS commissioner. Dave also is an associate lecturer in ethics, legal and safeguarding practice to mental health nursing students. The diversity of support for domestic abuse survivors of all genders and orientations has drawn his support to ensure equity and compassion for anyone who experiences DA and needs help.

Felicity Lister Felicity has worked in family law her entire career, and qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in 2010. She has always worked in Northamptonshire, and has been aware of the important work undertaken by NDAS. Having experienced the impact of domestic abuse on family law cases throughout her career, she is keen to try and make a difference by supporting NDAS and their work.

Andrea Gomm Andrea is a qualified and experienced Human Resources professional with a strategic mindset and strong commercial background across all HR specialisms.  She focuses on aligning the people agenda with business strategy, empowering people to believe in their potential and perform beyond.  Supporting NDAS provides Andrea the opportunity to support a local charity that delivers invaluable services to the local community. Living locally to Northamptonshire she has a passion to help people make a difference in their lives.

Jo Burns Jo currently leads a local charity which operates a variety of programmes for those experiencing homelessness, addiction and poverty. She regularly sees and supports victims and survivors of domestic abuse, and witnesses the incredibly unfair and difficult situations they are in because of this. There are a multitude of barriers to individuals being able to receive adequate support for what they have faced. Prior to her current role, Jo managed the regional operations of a ​children's charity, and gained an understanding of the impact domestic abuse can have on children, but also the positive outcomes that some dedicated, specialist support can provide to those children. Charities like NDAS help break down the barriers, myths and challenges for individuals facing crisis and their families.

Shahnaz Zaman Shahnaz has a career background with over 20 years in safeguarding, from having worked in both statutory and non-statutory organisations and leading teams and organisational boards to creating and maintain strong safeguarding focused cultures. She is an experienced Magistrate and has been practising for over 18 years. Shahnaz is passionate about making communities safer and stronger by enabling people to make changes and positive improvements to their life. Shahnaz has experience in roles focusing on addressing operational challenges, developing robust safeguarding practices, this includes aligning safeguarding measures with organisational goals, addressing issues related to capacity building. Shahnaz holds the position of Non Executive Director of Safeguarding for Northampton County Cricket Club and Director of Northants Recreational Cricket, Steelbacks in the Community. Shahnaz’s role is to ensure sport is accessible and inclusive for all at all levels, and advance NCCC mission to ensure cricket in facilitating this. In the first year of appointment, Shahnaz led on a successful turnaround, implementing effective means of change and practice to bring about improvements in safeguarding, of which the ECB described the NCCC as Outstanding in Safeguarding and the leading club in the country.

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Ai putea face diferența?

NDAS Trustee Lynda Cox
NDAS Trustee Rufia Ashraf
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Sarah Woodward Sarah has a background in English Language assessment and training. After beginning her career teaching in Spain, she returned to the UK, and for over a decade has worked as head of Pearson’s Young Learners’ English Language Tests, where she holds senior responsibility for standards, examiner training and assessment material development. Alongside this Sarah works in academia, and is currently undertaking a PhD at Wolfson College Cambridge. Her research examines the language and narratives of coercive control and how these influence public policy, legislation, and the criminal justice system.

Lynda Cox Lynda is an experienced manager and works at all levels within public sector organisations.  She has a wealth of experience both strategically and operationally across the public sector and has worked for central and local government, the NHS and higher education. She is experienced in managing complex change programmes with multiple stakeholders and believes that her experiences will be beneficial to NDAS. ​ I have an interest in and am extremely supportive of NDAS’ invaluable work and in particular the charity’s work in regard to mental health and the links to mental health services, including one system approaches and care pathways. I am also on the Council of Governors for Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Trust as a public governor for Northampton.

Rufia Ashraf Rufia is a local Councillor and and is proud to have been the very first Northampton Town Council Mayor in 2019.   She was born and educated in Northampton and is a qualified social worker and a community activist.  As a passionate environmentalist she enjoys working in the community by organising walkabouts, litter picks and looking at ways to improve our local neighbourhood.  For many years she has been organising food aid collections for food banks and fundraising.     She was keen to become a trustee of NDAS, because having worked as domestic abuse officer, she saw many challenges facing the service.  She also has a family member who was subjected to abuse for years and found many local women with language barriers approach her to seek help.

Glynis Bliss Glynis has a career background in working with victims and witnesses of crime, specialising in working with victims of sexual, domestic and child abuse.  She established and managed the Witness Services in the Crown and Magistrates’ Courts in Northamptonshire for 6 years and pioneered those services for child victims and witnesses before moving on to become the CEO for Victim Support Northamptonshire for 10 years.  She then developed the project for the County’s first Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC), which she managed for 6 years.  Since retirement she has been a trustee for NDAS, including several years as its Chair.  She also chairs Referral Order Panels for the Youth Offending Service and sits on the consultative group for violence against women and girls for the East Midlands Crown Prosecution Service.

Eric Lennox Eric is a qualified chartered accountant with a variety of financial and management experience. He is Treasurer of the NDAS board and has been a member of the Rotary club since 2003. Eric took early retirement to allow him to spend more time doing charitable activities including supporting NDAS.

Mark Behan Mark has recently retired as a detective chief superintendent, head of crime in Northamptonshire Police following 32 years service.  Public protection policing including tackling domestic abuse which was a consistent and significant element of his career. He introduced a number of initiatives to improve the Police and multi-agency response to domestic abuse including risk assessment, specialist rape teams, an expanded resource dedicated to domestic abuse and a domestic homicide review.  He remains appalled at the harm caused by domestic abuse. Being an NDAS trustee gives me the opportunity to continue this work and bring a substantial criminal justice perspective to the work of the Board.

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