Opportunity: Mental Welfare Commission is looking for 3 new Board members

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Are you interested in a challenging and rewarding role giving strategic direction to the work of safeguarding individual rights and monitoring how the principles of mental health andincapacity legislation is applied in practice? If this is you, The Mental Welfare Commission would like to hear from you. They are looking for people with different backgrounds and experience and you do not need to be a mental health expert or have previous experience of being on a board. The role requires a commitment of around 15 days per year over a period of up to four years. There is a daily rate of pay and reasonable travel and subsistence costs and dependent carer expenses are also covered. To find out more, contact the Alison McRae, Head of Corporate Services, Mental Welfare Commission on 0131 313 8764 or at Alison.McRae@mwcscot.org.uk

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