Richmond House is a long-established not-for-profit care home located in Crieff and run for the benefit of residents not shareholders. Situated in its own substantial well cared-for grounds overlooking the Perthshire countryside, Richmond House is rated “excellent” by the Care Inspectorate. We treat our residents as family and our care plans reflect that each person is an individual. Call 01764 652628 today for more information or email us.
"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around." At Richmond House, we know that 'the little things matter'. We are able to help individuals with a number of different conditions from arthritis to dementia as well as providing and operating equipment to help such as mobility aids. We also aim to look after the 'little things' as well as the bigger things, right down to how you like your cup of tea.
If you would like to use your skills and experience at Board level to help us help older people, we very much look forward to hearing from you.
We are looking for committed individuals to expand the range of Trustee skills as well as to consolidate existing skills with an eye to succession planning. We require dynamic and motivated people who are sympathetic to the aims and objectives of Richmond House to fulfil these voluntary duties. We expect Trustees to contribute actively to the Board by giving strategic direction; setting overall policy; defining goals and setting targets; evaluating performance; ensuring the charity’s effective and efficient administration and financial stability.
We want to have a wide range of people on the Board, and seek to be representative of the diverse population of the borough. There is no need to have trustee experience to apply. An interest in supporting older people is necessary.
Trustees are expected to:
All travel and out of pocket expenses will be paid. Contact us for details.
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