Camphill Blair Drummond Trust Ltd is a Scottish charity (registered number SC001917). It is a limited company governed by a Board of Directors who meet on a regular basis as a Council of Management to oversee its operations and strategic direction.
The members of the Council of Management, who currently number nine, are professionals, parents and local people who bring with them a wide range of skills and knowledge, and include (at October 2013):
Helen Munro (Chair)
John Carson (Vice-chair)
The operational functions of Camphill Blair Drummond are led by the Director of Operations, assisted by seven members of the Management Team, all of whom have specific areas of responsibility as noted:
Jason Glass – Director of Operations
Sandra Sabiston – Assistant Director
Nigel Munt – Residential Care Manager
John Hunter – Residential Care Manager
Gerry McKeown – Day Service Manager
Jim O’Connor – Maintenance Manager
Jean West – Finance and Admin Manager
Elaine Munt- Learning and Development Leader
In total there are 98 members of staff, 37 full-time volunteer co-workers and 25 volunteers. The majority of staff support and care for residents and day students, but there are also internal support roles such as Empowerment, Training, Finance and Administration.
To find out more about our structure or the Board of Directors please contact Jason Glass at email@example.com.
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- “I have been very lucky to see the new workshops and houses become a reality. It has been talked about for a long time and it is great to see it happen. There has been quite a bit of upheaval along the way and the residents have coped with it brilliantly. However it has all been worthwhile and you just have to pop into Sycamore or Garden House to see that the residents think so too.” (Irene McLaren, Amber House Leader)