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VOS is working in partnership with Charisma Charity Recruitment, seeking experienced and committed individuals to join its Board of Trustees to oversee the strategic development and direction of VOS, making a major contribution to the future success of the organisation. For further details on the roles, a downloadable candidate pack, and information on how to express an interest, please see link below:

VOS Trustee Recruitment

Job Vacancy: VOS Welfare Support Worker – Welcome Home Project

VOS is looking for a Welfare Support Worker to help VOS support LGBT+ veterans following the publication of Lord Etherton’s report and the recent government apology to veterans affected by the historical ban. The Welfare Support Worker will be the initial point of contact for LGBT+ veterans seeking assistance with issues related to the report and will raise awareness of the challenges faced by veterans affected by the ban internally at VOS, to VPPP project partners, delivery partners and external agencies as appropriate.

You will be someone with excellent interpersonal written and verbal communication skills, a strong team player, with the ability to work to targets and deadlines with minimal supervision. You will have a very strong commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and will be comfortable in dealing with sensitive issues and protecting personal, confidential data in IT systems. Most of all, you will be someone who is empathetic and caring, and is strongly motivated to making a difference to the lives of LGBT+ veterans.

(Please see VOS’s recent news item on this subject here.)

Application instructions: Please send CV and covering letter to

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Job Vacancy: VOS Clinical Psychologist

This is a regional veterans’ mental health service offering assessment, diagnostic and medication reviews, therapy, and substance misuse recovery work to veterans aged 18 and over, their partners and dependants, where appropriate in the Hampshire and Isle of Wight region.

You will be an experienced Clinical Psychologist, ideally with a background in trauma focussed care, providing psychological assessments and therapy alongside a dedicated multi-disciplinary clinical team, which ensures that service users receive the highest standard of quality care.  You will be able to offer a blended service, including both face to face and online psychological services from our premises.

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