NHS Fife is looking for a new non-executive member to join its board.
The board has responsibility for a wide range of issues, such as planning, resource allocation and health improvement and its members play an important role in shaping healthcare.
NHS Fife chairwoman Tricia Marwick said: “I am keen to build on the existing strong and focused team of non-executives on the NHS Fife board with an individual who can contribute from a broadly-based background.
“While everyone has some knowledge of the NHS, many people will have specialist skills or talents or knowledge of the local community which could make a valuable contribution to the overall aims of the board.
“I am particularly keen to hear from individuals who have an understanding of the issues that can impact on the health and social care experience of young people.”
Candidates need not be health experts, or have experience of senior management or service on other boards.
Members are recruited for a four-year period and support will be given. Time commitments vary, but on average the role will take up around eight hours a week.
For details visit appointed-for-scotland.org before May 4.