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Job Vacancies

Below are current job vacancies within the Stoma Care field, please note ASCN UK do not endorse these role and it is purely an advert. If you would like to advertise a role here please contact for more information and costs.


Colostomy UK

Clinical Trustee

About the role:

Colostomy UK is a national charity that offers support and advice to people who have had stoma surgery (ostomates) and to their friends, families and carers. Our projects empower ostomates to return to sports, hobbies and other activities after their surgery and give them the confidence to take on fresh challenges. We also advocate for ostomates’ rights and are their voice on the bigger issues. Our campaigns raise awareness of ‘life with a stoma’ and encourage organisations to make their facilities more inclusive. Becoming a trustee can be an enriching experience for you, our charity and most importantly, for the charities beneficiaries, our supporters.

We are currently looking for a Clinical Trustee to join the team, a healthcare professional actively working with stoma patients and the stoma community. We are looking for a registered practitioner to join our board of trustees. You will enhance Colostomy UK’s understanding of the challenges clinicians face on a day-to-day basis and help us to forge productive relationships with the healthcare profession. Your input and guidance will shape our services, helping ostomates of today and tomorrow thrive and flourish. This is a voluntary position suitable for a senior clinician. Charity experience will be beneficial.

As a trustee you will give direction to our charity and along with other trustees are ultimately responsible for our activities.

Please be aware this is an unpaid role, however expenses will be covered. Currently all meetings are held virtually.

If you would like to discuss the role further or receive a full Job Description please contact or if you would like to have an informal chat about the role please call 0118 939 1537 and ask to speak to Libby Herbert.