ROTOS Foundation is now seeking a Fundraiser to join the Board

Call for a Board member with experience of fundraising to serve on the ROTOS Board

Start date: 1st March 2022 (for an initial term of 3 years)

Deadline for applications 17.00 GMT 20th February 2022

Applications will be considered by the ROTOS Foundation Board

The Research into Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science (ROTOS) Foundation https://www.rotosfoundation.eu/ plans to grow the research connectivity amongst the European occupational therapy and occupational science community. Its strategic aim is that knowledge from Occupational Therapy and Occupation Science research will be appropriately used to inform and shape European policy and practice, by establishing a strong European profile of Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science researchers that both supports access to occupation-based knowledge for the benefit for all people in Europe and strengthens occupation-based knowledge generation. Work to achieve the vision and aim began as an Occupational Therapy Europe standing committee in 2016 and in March 2020 ROTOS was registered as acharitable Foundation in The Netherlands and its bank account will also be held in the Netherlands.

The work of the ROTOS Foundation is overseen by a Board comprising up to 7 members. The Board mostly meets virtually (via Teams or Zoom) and meets around 10 times a year, with the annual meeting being held each June. In addition to a defined Board role, each Board member contributes to the delivery of the ROTOS strategy (2020-2025) and action plan. Fundraising essential for the Foundation as ROTOS is a charitable organisation which relies on fundraising, grants, and donations to take its work forward. We are seeking someone with skills and experience in these areas and an understanding of the European context to lead this successfully. Other Board members may be asked to contribute to grant and funding applications to support this role. All members may be asked to represent ROTOS at meetings with other organisations, or to speak on behalf of ROTOS at conferences, events, and webinars.

More info and application

Inga-Britt Lindström Grant Award 2021

 

The Swedish Association of Occupational Therapists has established a grant award in the name of Inga-Britt Lindström, who has been the president of the organization in 1970-2008. We invite applications from foreign occupational therapists and occupational therapy students. The grant is offered to individuals or teams from countries where occupational therapy is under development and countries listed as low- or lower-middle-income economics, according to the World Bank List.

The maximum amount of the grant is 10 000 Swedish Kronor (about USD 1 000) per year.

Application form and instructions are available on their website: www.arbetsterapeuterna.se/iblaward

Applications close on October 10, 2021.

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