We are seeking to recruit volunteer board members to help with developing and growing RMC. Perhaps this is something you could consider, if so we would really like to hear from you.
Why you should consider. What’s in it for you.
- The satisfaction that you would truly be making a difference to peoples lives.
- Economically RMC helps pensioners who have no work place pension and disabled people affected by welfare reforms who have limited funds to buy affordable mobility equipment.
- Socially improving peoples lives helping them to get out and about meeting friends and family thus reducing the effects of isolation and loneliness
- Environmentally helping to reduce waste to landfill through the circular economy principles of reuse and repair
- Personal development opportunities where your skills can be utilized to help where it is really needed
- Meet new people, we are very friendly and a supportive bunch of people
- Contribute to the decision making process in the development of the business
Whats in it for us
- Your skills and enthusiasm bringing energy and new ideas and perspective
- Your attendance at approx 7 meetings per year
- Increase in support for management group and staff
- Raising awareness within the local community
Some of the skills we are looking for:
- Social Impact Measuring
To apply for this job email your details to email@example.com.
Recycle Mobility Centre CIC
RMC Profile Recycle Mobility Centre (RMC) is a small not for profit local social enterprise based in Dalmuir West Dunbartonshire. Since 2014 our mission has been to provide affordable refurbished mobility equipment and a repair and maintenance service to those who can least afford to buy new. We also offer volunteers a workplace experience and training in electrical and mechanical engineering that meets the specific needs of the individual. Our core values are based on our commitment to the disabled and elderly community by providing a quality service that is based on honesty, reliability, and trustworthiness. We are proud to be the only social enterprise in Scotland that is part of the Circular Economy dealing in the reuse and repair of mobility equipment and reducing waste to landfill and as such dedicated to making a difference to local people’s lives economically, socially and environmentally