Your Care Association Needs You!! Recruiting NorCA Directors

Your Care Association Needs You!!  Recruiting NorCA Directors

Now that NorCA has been formally established, we are looking to expand our Board and are currently seeking further Board members.  This is an exciting opportunity to help shape the future of adult social care across Norfolk and Waveney.

The Director’s role is to oversee and support the achievement of the aims, objectives and social purpose of the Norfolk Care Association Ltd, representing the voice(s) of adult social care and ensuring robust financial management to maximise the use of available resources.

Directors are responsible to the membership and represent the interests of the social care sector as a whole.

The current NorCA directors are

  • Sanjay Kaushal – Norfolk Independent Care (NIC).
  • Michael Millage – Association Representing Mental health Care (ARMC).
  • Christine Futter – Norfolk and Suffolk Care Support Ltd (N&SCS).
  • Jonathan Clemo – Community Action Norfolk (CAN).
  • Maria Plumb – Voluntary Norfolk (VN).

If you are interested in contributing, and fit the Director profile below, we would be delighted to hear from you.  Please send your CV with a short statement outlining your experience and explaining why you are interested in being a Director to Fiona Denny (fiona.denny@norfolkcareassociation.org ) by 30 March 2020.  For an informal discussion please contact Fiona on 07776184097.

Director Profile

Directors should have:

  • Experience in one or more areas of adult social care, preferably as a provider/owner or senior manager.
  • Expertise in one or more of the following areas:
  • Operational Management
  • HR
  • Finance
  • Strategic/Policy development
  • Audit/Quality Assurance
  • Workforce Planning and Development
  • High levels of interpersonal skills – able to build trust, credibility and relationships based on mutual respect with all social care providers, NorCA Ltd members and directors, commissioners across health, housing and social care, politicians, the media and the general public
  • Excellent communication skills:able to listen, advocate, negotiate, represent and influence at all levels including at strategic planning and commissioning meetings and when facilitating discussions with providers.
  • Capacity to commit up to two days a month to Norfolk Care Association business.

Please note that this is not a paid position.