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Charity Trustee

Solihull Action through Advocacy (SAtA) is an independent advocacy charity with around 20 staff, a team of volunteers and an exciting future.  As advocates SAtA is passionate about the rights of some of the most vulnerable in society and specialise in working with people with a learning difficulty. We also currently hold the Local Authority contract to provide Care Act advocacy for older people.

Our CEO is leaving in September after seven successful years in the role and we are busy recruiting her replacement.  We have a new strategy that plans an expansion in our geographical reach while building on our specialist expertise.

We want to strengthen the Board of Trustees to help us lead the strategy.

Specifically we are looking for people with the following expertise:



Human Resources

Strategic Management


The Trustees commit to attend Trustee meetings six times per year, currently held on a Tuesday evening at the charity’s offices in Marston Green,  as well as an occasional away day.  All Trustees will complete an induction programme.


If you are interested in the above voluntary role please contact Debbie Powell at to arrange an informal conversation in the first instance.



Sessional advocate - relevant persons representative

Self employed at £13.25 per hour

We are looking for an experienced advocate to support the core staff team by taking on cases on a sessional basis. An understanding of working in a person centred way, ability to maintain accurate records and enter them on the organisations database will be essential.

We are a friendly team and will provide professional support via the Statutory Advocacy Manager, Mike Scorer.


If you would like to know more about our work please visit

If you would like to know more about this role please call Mike on 0121 706 4696

Application Resources

Below you can download the application form, our recruitment monitoring form, a form about who we are and the guaranteed interview form. 

We take part in the Guaranteed Interview Scheme which means we will interview anyone with a disability who meets the criteria for a post. If you are disabled, meet the application criteria and would like to be interviewed then fill out the form and submit it alongside your completed application.

If you have any questions about any of our vacancies, click here to contact us