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General Committee Member

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Organisation : Thalassaemia and Sickle Cell Australia

Location : Australia

Time required : Monthly committee meeting as well as attendance at occasional events such as festivals, social events, and conferences.

Duration of project : Ongoing

Sector : Community Support Services, Health – General

Posted on : 5 Jun, 2019

About the role

Wanted: General Committee Members

The TASCA committee of management is looking to fill 2 vacancies to serve the role of general committee member. We are looking for someone who can bring their unique ideas and perspective into the committee.

Why should you join the TASCA committee?

  • Give back to the community by supporting the haemoglobinopathy community
  • Get to know the haemoglobinopathy and patient support community better
  • Gain experience in the operation of a not-for-profit organisation
  • Influence the advocacy, support, and education endeavours of TASCA

Experience in not for profit committees and governance is desirable but not essential.

Candidates we are targeting specifically

  • Patients with haemoglobinopathy, especially Sickle Cell Anaemia
  • Carers and family
  • Those living rurally
  • Those living outside of Victoria
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse individuals

If you would like to make an impact of the lives of those in the haemoglobinopathy community and believe you have the skills, experience, and passion to be a committee member, send your CV through to info@tasca.org.au or have a confidential chat with our vice-president on vicepresident@tasca.org.au.

About the organisation

Organisation name : Thalassaemia and Sickle Cell Australia
Not for Profit : Yes

How to apply for this role

Applications not allowed for this volunteering opportunity.

Please quote in application: General Committee Member via Pro Bono Australia.


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