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Oct 112020

2 Non-Executive Directors - Intelitude Informatics Ltd

Location: London
Date Posted: 01/10/2020
Closing Date: 19/10/2020
Salary: £25,000.00-£60,000.00 per year

Job description

Medium-sized, management consulting and Finance optimization company seeks two part-time Non-Executive Director to support the Chairman and CEO in decisions concerning finance, HR, long-term strategy, succession and other key issues. Estimated time commitment min. 2 days per month.

The Appointment

The need is to recruit an individual with the skills, experience and personal style required to be a supportive and constructively challenging Non-Executive Director of a growing and developing consulting practice business which is transitioning.

Candidates must have a well-developed general business background, including some relevant exposure to textiles or international trade in raw materials, and who are of appropriate seniority and maturity to be credible members of the Board. They will need to have a listening approach, sound judgement, and an open and inclusive style.

The Task

The main components of the role include;

  • Being an effective Board member, working with the Chairman & CEO to provide appropriate levels of governance and oversight
  • Representing the interests of Shareholders on the Board.
  • Encouraging an environment of maximum transparency and objectivity in discussion and decision-making
  • Being a supportive and consistent colleague and sounding board to the Board/executive team, providing constructive challenge when necessary
  • Engaging with the Group on a broader basis as required, willing to participate outside the formal board/committee meetings and being available on an ad hoc basis as required
  • Bringing relevant and recent experience and a well developed general business understanding to Board debate
  • Engaging with the Shareholders as appropriate, and when requested, in both formal and informal settings

The Person

A successful Non-Executive Director is likely to possess a blend of the following skills and experience;

  • Relevant and demonstrable personal success in their chosen field supported by sound business experience gained in a leadership role
  • A broad understanding of the industrial and commercial sectors in the UK
  • Previous success in Executive, Non-Executive or Chairman roles in a similar organisation
  • Commercial aptitude with a sound understanding of strategic and operational business finance in times of both growth and consolidation
  • A listening approach, offering sound judgement, gravitas and impact, and an open and inclusive style combined with the ability to probe and challenge in a constructive way
  • Excellent personal relationships, capable of engaging with a wide range of people, offering well-developed influencing skills and possessing the art of knowing when to get involved and when to hold back

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Oct 102020

Non-Executive Director - 3 Rivers Property Development Limited

Recruiter: Hays
Location: Tiverton
Salary: c£700 per day for a 4 day per month commitment
Posted: 09 Oct 2020
Closes: 2 Nov 2020
Ref: 3870016
Position/Level: Board
Responsibilities: Executive Management
Sector: Construction
Contract Type: Permanent
Language: English

3 Rivers Property Development Limited was established in 2017 by our sole shareholder Mid Devon District Council, with a vision to deliver a mixed portfolio of housing and commercial developments, tackling the shortage of affordable housing supply as well as bringing forward schemes that meet our commitments to high quality, sustainable housing delivery. We have already completed our first two developments, are mid-way through our third and have plans in place for further schemes that will build on our award-winning reputation for craftsmanship and design.

As we move forward with our objectives, it is essential that we have in place the right governance to drive and underpin our ambition. We are looking for an experienced business leader to provide independent oversight and constructive challenge to the leadership team and use their professional expertise and experience to help secure our development programme.

You will be a residential specialist with Chief Executive or Director level experience and expertise in land, development and/or sales, together with knowledge of the housing development market in the South West.

This is a superb opportunity for you to use your expertise and experience, helping 3 Rivers Property Development contribute to Mid Devon’s future housing needs. By helping ensure our Board is as effective as possible and through providing excellent advice, support and challenge to our leadership team, you will play a major part in the growth of the company.

The closing date for applications is Monday 2nd November 2020. For further information please click here to access a candidate pack and role profile. For a confidential discussion please contact Mark Bearn of HAYS Executive on 07872 672290.


Oct 102020

Chair - Professional Standards Authority

Recruiter: Professional Standards Authority
Location: Nationwide
Salary: Remuneration £34,530 per year (2 days per week)
Posted: 28 Sep 2020
Closes: 23 Oct 2020
Job Function: Chair
Industry: Public

National role

The Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care promotes the health, safety and wellbeing of patients and the public by raising standards of regulation and voluntary registration of people working in health and care. We are an independent body, accountable to the UK Parliament and working with the devolved administrations across the UK. We oversee the work of 10 statutory bodies that regulate 1.6 million health professionals. We review the regulators’ performance, and audit and scrutinise their decisions about whether people on their registers are fit to practise.

In March this year, Dame Glenys Stacey was appointed by the Privy Council as our new Chair. Following the significant challenges faced by the education system and the exams regulator Ofqual in the face of Covid-19, Dame Glenys was asked to lead Ofqual at this difficult time. We therefore reluctantly accepted Dame Glenys' resignation to enable her to focus all her efforts on her role with the exams regulator in this period of crisis. As a result, we are now seeking an outstanding candidate to replace her. We are seeking to attract a very diverse range of candidates from across the UK.

You will join us at a critical point, during a particularly difficult period for the country and for the healthcare workforce. It’s a challenging time for the health and social care sectors and for how we regulate in systems under pressure, but also offers us a unique opportunity to be at the centre of the implementation of the reform of health and social care regulation. Your personal credibility, strong diplomatic skills and ability to lead the development of our strategy, policy and planning will be central to your work with us. You will inspire and command confidence with our key stakeholders, including the governments and administrations across the United Kingdom, with the statutory regulators and non-statutory registers we oversee, with representatives of highly diverse patient and professional groups, and with other stakeholders.

Our new Chair must have the ability to understand the role of regulation in the delivery of professional services, a demonstrable record of leadership in substantial roles and proven chairing and board level experience. An inspiring leader, who has never been a member of any of the professions to which we provide oversight regulation, you will show a commitment to upholding standards and ensuring good governance and transparency. You will be a visible and motivating leader, exercising diplomacy and sensitivity when required, yet willing to challenge the status quo when needed. You will be an advocate for the Authority’s work. Your integrity, standing and judgement will inspire public confidence in what we do and hold the respect of a diverse range of stakeholders.

This is a unique and influential role in the high-profile field of health and social care. If you can demonstrate the skills required, we encourage you to apply.

The time commitment and remuneration for the Chair is 2 days per week and £34,530 per year.


  • Closing Date 5pm Friday 23 October 2020
  • Longlist Meeting Tuesday 3 November 2020
  • Preliminary Interviews w/c Monday 9 November 2020
  • Shortlist Meeting Thursday 19 November 2020
  • Final Panel Tuesday 1 December 2020

How to apply

To apply for this post you must submit:

  • A CV setting out your career history, with key responsibilities and achievements
  • A Statement of Suitability (no longer than three pages) providing:
    • Your motivation for applying for this role
    • Evidence and detailed examples of achievements to demonstrate how you can address the Essential criteria in Part 1, Knowledge and Experience section of the Person Specification

Failure to submit both documents (CV and Statement of Suitability) will mean the panel only have limited information on which to assess your application against the criteria in the person specification. Please ensure that both documents contain your full name and the details of two referees who can comment on your ability to do the job. Please note, no referees will be contacted without your prior permission.

As part of the online application process, you must also complete

  • A Political Activity questionnaire
  • A Conflict of Interest declaration
  • An online Diversity monitoring form. Here, you will be asked a number of diversity-related questions. If you do not wish to provide a declaration on any of the particular characteristics, you will have the option to select 'prefer not to say'. The information you provide when submitting your application will help us monitor our progress towards becoming an inclusive employer and will not be provided to the panel.

Applications must be received by 5pm Friday 23 October 2020.

Associated documents

Contact details

Olivia Robinson: 0113 205 6298

For further information including how to apply, please click here and for an informal confidential discussion, contact our advising consultants Katrina Paget or Olivia Robinson at GatenbySanderson on 0113 205 6298.

Closing date: 5pm on Friday 23rd October 2020.

Oct 092020

Non-Executive Director and Associate Non-Executive Director - Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust are seeking a Non-executive Director and Associate Non-executive Director with senior level experience in either patient advocacy and / or community engagement.


The opportunity

There are vacancies for a Non-executive Director (NED) and Associate NED at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust (WAHT). This is an exceptional opportunity to share your talents and expertise to make a positive difference to the lives of people served by the Trust.

Essential criteria

You will need to have a genuine commitment to patients and the promotion of excellent health care services. We are particularly looking for people who can support us in the area of health inequalities. You will have senior level experience in one of the following:

  • NED post: Experience of patient advocacy and /or community engagement and board level experience in a large and complex organisation.
  • Desirable: Financial qualification and experience as a senior financial officer in a large and complex organisation.
  • Associate NED post: Experience of patient advocacy and /or community engagement and board level experience in a large and complex organisation

For both posts, you will need to be able to demonstrate you can use your experience to:

  • work alongside other non-executives and executive colleagues as an equal member of the board
  • bring independence, external perspectives, skills and challenge to strategy development
  • hold the executive to account by providing purposeful, constructive scrutiny and challenge
  • shape and actively support a healthy culture for the trust

All non-executive directors must champion the standards of public life – by upholding the highest standards of conduct and displaying the principles of selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty, and leadership.

As a future NHS leader, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the range of behaviours required to contribute effectively in this board level role. These are outlined in the NHS Leadership Academy’s Healthcare Leadership Model.

Applicants should live in or have strong connections with the Worcestershire area.

We value and promote diversity and are committed to equality of opportunity for all and appointments made on merit. We believe that the best boards are those that reflect the communities they serve.

We particularly welcome applications from women, people from the local black and minority ethnic communities, and disabled people who we know are under-represented in chair and non-executive roles.

Our recruitment processes are conducted in accordance with the Code of Governance to ensure that they are made on merit after a fair and open process so that the best people, from the widest possible pool of candidates, are appointed

  • Information pack (M2212)
    PDF, 234.9 KB
    This is a comprehensive information pack for candidates, which explains the requirements to undertake the roles, as well as details of how to apply and information about the trust.
  • Monitoring form (M2212)
    DOCX, 152.0 KB
    We like to monitor information to establish who applies for our roles and to ensure no group is treated unfairly. Your answers will be treated confidentially and will not be shared with the selection panel unless explicitly stated.

Key dates

  • Closing date for receipt of applications* 26 October 2020 at 11am
  • Interview date 11 November 2020
  • Proposed start date TBC

*Please read the candidate information pack to find out how to apply forward your completed application to [email protected]

Our recruitment processes are conducted in accordance with the Government’s Principles of Public Appointments and Governance Code and are made on merit after a fair and open process so that the best people, from the widest possible pool of candidates, are appointed. This appointment is regulated by the Commissioner for Public Appointments

Find out more

  • We strongly recommend an informal and confidential discussion with Sir David Nicholson the Chair of the trust. Please contact Donna Wark on 01905 733960
  • Gatenby Sanderson’s are helping us to identify potential candidates, if you would like a confidential discussion about the role contact Melanie Shearer, Partner, on 07785 616 548 or by email to: [email protected].
  • NHS England / NHS Improvement – for general enquiries contact Helen Barlow on 0300 123 2038 or by emailing [email protected]

Oct 092020

Non-Executive Director - The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust

The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust are seeking a Non-Executive Director with experience of working at Board level in a public, private or third sector organisation.

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Non-Executive Director at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust. We are seeking a Non-Executive Director with experience of working at Board level in a public, private or third sector organisation to join our unitary Board to bring support, constructive challenge and assist in leading the strategic direction of the Trust. This is an important appointment and the position offers the opportunity to influence our future at an exciting and challenging time.

The Trust is one of three dedicated specialist cancer centres in England and we are one of the largest NHS providers of non-surgical cancer treatment. We have a unique multi-site care model serving the 2.4 million population across Cheshire and Merseyside and is consistently rated by patients as one of the best performing hospitals. Our vision is to not only maintain this level of commitment to excellence but to work with our academic and healthcare partners across the region to ensure care, treatment and patient outcomes continuously improve in the future.

As a Non-Executive Director of The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust, you will work alongside five other Non-Executives including the Chair and six Executive Directors. As a member of a unitary Board, you will share responsibility with the Board for the strategic leadership, direction, governance and overall success of the organisation in delivering specialist cancer care. You will bring independence, objective judgment and constructive challenge on issues relating to strategy, performance and resources.

All Board members are required to challenge, scrutinise and add value to proposals brought to the Board and must satisfy themselves as to the appropriateness and integrity of the information that comes to Board. Board members are also responsible for satisfying themselves that effective controls and systems are in place to ensure good governance of the Trust and Board is accountable, through the Non-Executive Directors, to the Council of Governors.

Non-Executive Directors are expected to participate fully as members of allocated Board Committees and take the role of Chair where required to do so.

How to Apply

Applications should be made by submitting a full CV with a supporting statement which provides evidence of how you meet the requirements of the person specification.

Please send to Angela Wendzicha, Associate Director of Corporate Governance, at [email protected] by 30 October 2020.

For informal discussions about the role, please contact Lynn Fazakerley, Executive Assistant to the Chair and Chief Executive, on 0151 556 5947 or via e-mail [email protected].

Oct 082020

Chair – Hybu Cig Cymru (HCC) / Meat Promotion Wales

Body:  Hybu Cig Cymru (HCC) / Meat Promotion Wales

Appointing Department: Welsh Government
Sector:  Environment, Food & Rural Affairs
Location:  Board meetings are usually held in Aberystwyth with industry meetings, briefings, events and shows taking place across Wales, the UK and possibly worldwide. During the Covid 19 pandemic, meetings will be held virtually. Future meetings will be held in line with Welsh Government guidance.
Number of Vacancies: 1  
Remuneration: The remuneration for the position of Chair has been agreed by Public Sector Pay Reward and Recognition, Public Bodies Unit as £350 per day (maximum commitment of 72 days per annum). Travel and other reasonable expenses might be incurred in carrying out work for HCC can be claimed from HCC within the recognised limits. You may also be eligible to claim reimbursement for costs in relation to child care/care of the elderly/assistant carer, whilst carrying out work on behalf of HCC.  
Time Requirements: 72 days per annum  
Closed for Applications: 21/10/2020 at 16:00  

Vacancy Description

The Chair of Hybu Cig Cymru (HCC) is being recruited during a time of considerable change for the farming industry.

The HCC Chair is primarily responsible for leading the Board of non-executive Directors and ensuring the effectiveness of HCC. The HCC Chair provides leadership and governance to HCC and performs the important role of scrutinising all of HCC’s investments and activities.

The Chief Executive has responsibility as Accounting Officer for the operation of HCC. As a Welsh Government Sponsored Body, HCC is required to comply with the provisions of Managing Welsh Public Money.

The key responsibilities of Chair of HCC are as follows:

  • Lead the Board in the delivery of the ‘Vision 2025 – Vision and Strategic Direction for the Welsh Red Meat Sector to 2025’;
  • Lead on the development of the HCC Corporate Plan and the HCC Operational Plan through the Board;
  • Provide leadership for an industry-wide ambition to increase productivity sustainably, in the context of significant farming policy reform, an ambitious global trade agenda, and the challenges of both contributing to net zero greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to climate change;
  • Play a key role in promoting the views of HCC to the public, Chair Board meetings and lead Sub-Committees of the Board to ensure their effectiveness;
  • Ensure systems are in place to monitor the effectiveness of the Board and all Board Members have accurate, timely and clear information on the company’s performance;
  • Maintain sound corporate governance and ensure all activities are discharged with probity and propriety as required of an organisation expending public monies; and
  • Ensure effective arrangements are in place to provide assurance on risk management, governance and internal control. The Board is expected to assure itself of the effectiveness of the internal control and risk management systems.

Person Specification

To be considered, you must be able to demonstrate you have the qualities, skills and experience to meet all the essential criteria for appointment:

Essential Criteria

Leadership, team working and communication skills

  • Comprehensive understanding of inclusive leadership;
  • Excellent communication and influencing skills, with the ability to inspire and motivate;
  • Ability to manage a group with diverse opinions and lead them to making effective decisions and developing coherent policies;
  • Promote equality and diversity with communities and respective stakeholders; and
  • Skills and ability to communicate clearly and convincingly within the organisation and with stakeholders, the media and a range of public and private sector organisations.

Appreciation of the agriculture and wider industry needs

  • Be able to demonstrate an appreciation of the issues facing the industry and Welsh red meat levy payers;
  • Have knowledge of or have an ability to grasp issues relevant to the Welsh red meat supply chain; and
  • Good interpersonal skills, able to develop sound relationships with Red Meat Levy payers, wider stakeholders and others.

Strategic Development

  • Ability to think strategically and develop a long-term vision for the organisation;
  • An understanding of corporate governance and HCC Board’s role and remit, ensuring they discharge their roles with probity and propriety;
  • Understand the wider strategic context and takes account of this when making decisions; and
  • Ability to analyse highly complex information.

The Welsh Government acknowledges the importance of developing and growing bilingual capabilities in public appointments in Wales, and welcomes applications from candidates who demonstrate their capability to work in both English and Welsh. The following list of language requirements represents an objective assessment by the recruiting body of the Welsh language skills required to undertake the duties of this particular post.

Welsh language skills –Desirable

  • Reading
    Can read some routine work-related material with support e.g. dictionary
  • Written
    Can prepare routine work-related material with checking
  • Understanding
    Can understand routine work-related conversations
  • Spoken
    Can hold some work-related conversations

How to Apply

To apply for this role, click on the ‘Apply’ button on the Welsh Government online recruitment centre. The first time you apply for a post, you will need to complete a registration form for the Welsh Government’s online application system. You will only need to register once, and you will be able to keep yourself updated on the progress of your application, and any other applications you make, via your registered account.

Once you’ve registered, you’ll be able to access the application form. To apply you will need to submit two supporting documents. The first, a document outlining how your knowledge, skills and experiences meet the criteria for the role as outlined in the information for candidates. This document should be no more than 2 sides of A4. Your application may be rejected if you exceed this limit. The second document is a full, up to date CV. The two documents should be uploaded to the ‘Reasons for applying’ section of the online application form.

In your application, you will also be asked to provide details of any activities which have helped you to develop skills that would be useful in a public appointment role, and list the organisations for which you undertook these activities. We also need to know about any political activity that you’ve undertaken over the last 5 years.

It is recommended that you register for an account and access the application form as soon as possible so that you see how the application form is structured, before starting to prepare your evidence. You don’t have to complete the application form all in one go. You can save your responses, and log in and out as required, until you’re ready to submit – just follow the guidance in the application form.

If you’d like to apply for this opportunity in Welsh, please use the ‘Newid Iaith / Change Language’ link at the top of this page, to take you to the Welsh version of this advert, from which you can apply in Welsh.

If you need any further assistance in applying for this role, please contact the Welsh Government’s Public Appointments Team on: [email protected].

For further information about Public Appointments in Wales, please visit www.gov.wales/publicappointments.


Oct 082020

Independent Non Executive Director - Anchorwood Ltd

Recruiter: Anchorwood Ltd
Location: North Devon
Salary: £2,612 per annum + expenses
Posted: 05 Oct 2020
Closes: 19 Oct 2020
Sectors: Management, Surveying & Property
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Part Time

Anchorwood Limited

As government grants for Housing Associations are becoming rarer, Anchorwood Limited was created as a way to ensure we could secure additional revenue within our group and invest in new affordable homes.

Anchorwood Ltd was formed on 25 June 2015 and is a commercial trading subsidiary company of North Devon Homes.

The company is governed by a board of seven Directors, four of whom are also trustees of North Devon Homes. This board ensures that Anchorwood operates effectively in accordance with its Memorandum and Articles of Association.

The trading activities of Anchorwood Limited are to provide market sale properties and commercial housing services. Any profits that Anchorwood Limited makes are reinvested into the charitable parent company, North Devon Homes.

We're recruiting an Independent Non Executive Board Director

We are looking to enhance our Board with a property or asset management specialist, with a track record of strategic management and the delivery of market sale homes. You will ideally have experience in terms of governance and the delivery of high quality homes. You’ll be committed to our values and our drive to be an ethical property developer, delivering the right homes in the right places, and working to create communities where people want to live.

Anchorwood is a subsidiary of North Devon Homes and, as an established business, seeks to deliver high quality market homes in the south west which support the group’s wider delivery of affordable homes in the region.

Are you up for the challenge?

Download our application pack, role profile and application form.

If you have any questions, please contact Lucy on 01271 312505 or at [email protected]

Closing Date: 19 October 2020 at 12pm

First interview (virtual): 21 October 2020

Oct 082020

Trustees - Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire

Location: South Lincolnshire
Salary: Voluntary position
Posted: 23 Sep 2020
Closing date: 04 Nov 2020
Industry: Charities, Advice, Advocacy, Charity & volunteering support, Community development, Fundraising, Poverty relief, Social welfare, Trustee, Volunteer management
Job function: Trustee & non-executive director
Job level: Management
Hours: Flexible
Contract: Permanent
Listing type: Job vacancy

Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire (CASL) is seeking new trustees to secure its Board’s future succession. We are particularly interested in recruiting new trustees to take on the roles of Chair and Treasurer.

The Chair leads Board meetings, provides support and supervision for the Chief Officer and represents CASL to our stakeholders. The Treasurer guides and advises the Board on financial matters, including CASL’s budget and annual accounts. We will provide full induction and a supported handover.

We are also seeking new trustees with experience and skills in risk management, or in fundraising and business development.

These are unpaid roles, offering Board experience and outstanding job satisfaction. Trustees are also non-executive directors of CASL. We are equally interested in talking to candidates with long-term, wide-ranging experience and to those with current knowledge in specialist areas.

The minimum time commitment is five Board meetings and five committee meetings each year. Most trustees also take on an additional leadership role within CASL. The expectation is that trustees will serve at least two years.

CASL performs well in the current challenging environment, with sound governance and strong finances. It is one of over 250 local charities that make up the national Citizens Advice network, giving advice to those in need, and lobbying government to put right injustices. It operates across a large region from Spalding to Stamford, Grantham, Bourne and Market Deeping.

We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly encourage applications from the eastern European and black and ethnic minority communities, who are currently under-represented within CASL (at Board level).

For further information and guidance, please see the information pack below.

To arrange an informal telephone discussion, please contact the Chair, John Morden at [email protected]

Oct 082020

Independent Members - Church of England Diocese in Europe

Recruiter: Church of England Diocese in Europe
Location: Nationwide
Salary: Unremunerated
Posted: 06 Oct 2020
Closes: 06 Nov 2020
Job Function: Board Member, Lay Member, Leadership / Management
Industry: Charities, Not-For-Profit, Public Services

Past Cases Review 2 Reference Group: Independent Members

We are looking for experienced, senior safeguarding or social work professionals to work with us as independent members of the Diocese in Europe’s Reference Group for the Church of England’s second Past Cases Review (PCR2).

The Past Cases Review 2 (PCR2) expands upon the work of the first Past Cases Review held in 2007-2009 as an important part of the Church’s overall commitment to improving the way we respond to allegations and concerns. The aim of the Review is to identify both good practice and institutional failings in relation to how known allegations of abuse have been handled, ensure that the needs of any known victims/survivors of abuse have been considered and that suitable sources of support have been identified and offered, and to provide recommendations to the Church of England that will lead to improvements in its response to allegations of abuse and in its overall safeguarding working practices. It is an essential step in making the Church a safer place for all.

The PCR2 Reference Group provides scrutiny of the process. It seeks to ensure that anyone affected by the review is supported in an appropriate manner. It also has oversight of risk management of the project and offers oversight and advice on any areas of concern that arise for the project team.

This is an opportunity be part of a very extensive and important review of safeguarding practice in an international church context, with the chance to make a real difference in the lessons learned by the diocese.

Skills and Experience:

Members of the working group must have extensive, current or recent child protection or adult safeguarding or social work experience at a senior level in a statutory, voluntary or private organisation. We would be particularly interested in hearing from anyone who has, experience of working with survivors of abuse, or experience of adult and/or child safeguarding in an international context.

In accordance with Church of England safeguarding policies, the Diocese in Europe is committed to Safer Recruitment Practice, and all appointments will be subject to appropriate checks.

Further Information:

These are voluntary, unremunerated positions. The PCR2 Reference Group meets on a quarterly basis via video conferencing. Meetings are normally 1.5 hours in duration with approximately 3 hours of preparation time per meeting. The PCR2 is scheduled for completion in Summer 2021. Reasonable UK travel expenses will be met. The Diocese will offer a period of induction and support together with access to training and development.

The Diocese of Europe brings together over 300 Anglican congregations in 42 countries across Europe, Russia, Turkey and Morocco. For more information see our website at: www.europe.anglican.org

To express interest:

Please submit a covering letter and CV, detailing your suitability and experience for these roles via email to [email protected] by Friday, 6 November 2020.

Oct 072020

Non-Executive Director - North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust

North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust is seeking a Non-Executive Director. This is an exceptional opportunity to share your talents and expertise to make a positive difference to the lives of people in our community.

It is an exciting time for the Trust as we continue to grow and develop to meet the needs of the 750,000 population we serve. The Trust has annual turnover of circa £550 million. The Trust includes three hospitals in Peterborough, Huntingdon and Stamford and supports community clinics in Doddington, Ely and Wisbech. We are a busy Trust, with close to 7000 staff.

Essential Criteria

You will need to be able to demonstrate you can use your experience to:

  • work alongside other Non-Executive and Executive colleagues as an equal member of the board;
  • bring independence, external perspectives, skills and challenge to strategy development;
  • hold the Executives to account by providing purposeful, constructive scrutiny and challenge;
  • shape and actively support a healthy culture for North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust.

NB. Applicants MUST live within the Trust’s membership area.

Desirable Criteria

Strategic estates experience including experience of major estates projects.

You will need to be able to demonstrate you can use your experience to:

  • work alongside other non-executives and executive colleagues as an equal member of the board;
  • bring independence, external perspectives, skills and challenge to strategy development;
  • hold the executive to account by providing purposeful, constructive scrutiny and challenge; and
  • shape and actively support a healthy culture for the trust

All non-executive directors must champion the standards of public life – by upholding the highest standards of conduct and displaying the principles of selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty, and leadership.

As a future NHS leader, the successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the range of behaviours required to contribute effectively in this board level role. These are outlined in the NHS Leadership Academy’s Healthcare Leadership Model.

How to apply

To apply for the role, a CV and cover letter must be sent to the Company Secretary by emailing [email protected] or by post addressed to the Company Secretary at:

c/o Resourcing Manager
North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust
Department 404
Peterborough City Hospital
Edith Cavell Campus
Bretton Gate

NB. Applications by post should be clearly marked as Confidential.

We strongly recommend an informal and confidential discussion with Trust before applying. If you would like to arrange a conversation with the Chairman or Company Secretary prior to submitting your application, please contact Janice Thompson to book an appointment as follows:

Name: Janice Thompson
Title: Executive Assistant to Company Secretary
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 01733 677933

Deadline for Applications: 01 November 2020

Selection/Interview Day: w/c 09 November 2020

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