This is your opportunity to join our board to support our work to get better diagnosis, better treatment and better support for men with prostate cancer.
We are Prostate Cancer UK, and we’re on a mission to give every man the power to navigate this complex disease. We take the time to understand the individual needs of men to give them expert advice and support, so they can make informed choices. Whether they’re learning about their risk of prostate cancer or finding their way through it, we’re always on hand with the knowledge and experience men need to find the right path.
Prostate cancer is curable if caught early. That’s why we work across all communities to build a better understanding of prostate cancer. We’re investing millions in research to revolutionise testing, treatment and care. And we are blazing a trail to a screening programme that could save thousands of lives with regular, accurate tests for all men at risk.
We believe every man’s life is unique and remarkable. That’s why all of us at Prostate Cancer UK make every pound and minute spent, every conversation, and every idea contribute to a better world for men and those who love them. So no man is left behind.
We are governed by a Board of Trustees composed of 13 members. Doris Olulode is our Chair of the Board of Trustees.
All members are elected for an initial term of three years. The maximum term is six years.
The board operates with a committee structure.
We are looking for an individual to join our Trustee Board who can bring demonstrable breadth of senior clinical experience in prostate cancer. You will have up to date knowledge and expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer and be a leading prostate cancer researcher with a global profile in the field.
You will have senior management experience at Board level and have a strong commitment to our vision, mission and values and be willing to participate in events in support of our work.
You will take a position on our Board Research Committee (BRC) which ensures that our research strategy is aligned to the charity’s overall strategic priorities and that it’s being implemented effectively. It reports to the Board of Trustees.
We are particularly keen to encourage applications from prostate cancer researchers based outside the UK, although some understanding of the UK clinical and research ecosystem would be beneficial.
We need you to have sufficient personal time to commit to the responsibilities of the role. Be prepared to attend each of the four meetings of the Board held each year, the annual Trustee Day, and meetings of any Sub-Committee or Working Group you agree to join. Also to be prepared to undertake reasonable background reading and be available for consultation on key decision-making issues or on matters where you have particular expertise.
Thank you for your interest and we hope you’ll consider making an application to become a Trustee at Prostate Cancer UK.
We are acting as the recruitment partner for Prostate Cancer UK so if you would like to arrange a conversation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply for this role please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com inserting “Prostate Cancer UK – Trustee” into the subject field.
As part of the application process we would like you to complete an online equal opportunities monitoring survey and the link will be sent to you on receipt of your application. The information is collected anonymously and will not be shared with anyone involved in assessing your application.
Closing date: 9 a.m. Monday 17th July 2023
Candidates informed of outcome: By 5 p.m. Monday 24th July 2023
Informal meetings: w/c 24th July 2023
Final interviews: Tuesday 1st August 2023
Peridot and Prostate Cancer UK are committed to promoting equality and diversity. To help us raise awareness and support a culture that is diverse and recognises and develops the potential of all, we need to appreciate the profile of candidates who apply for positions. We will send you an equality monitoring survey at the point of receiving your application, in the interview phase and at the time of placement. This ensures that our processes remain inclusive and equitable throughout, and provides us with important data to help us showcase our impact.
The information will be treated confidentially and anonymously and will help us to support our commitment to fair recruitment practice. All information provided will be held in the strictest confidence and will not be shared with anyone, in line with the new Data Protection Act 2018 launched on 25 May 2018.
The information provided does not form part of the decision-making process and will not affect your application.