Dec 132017

Chair - University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust

We are looking for an exceptional leader to chair the University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust (UHNM).

The Role

UHNM cares for over 900,000 people each year and is highly regarded for its facilities, teaching and research. We are looking for a Chair who will be able to maintain a strong focus on the delivery of high quality services to the Trust’s patients while ensuring that it delivers rapid and sustainable financial improvement. The new Chair will also need to build strong relationships with the NHS, other partners and local leaders to champion the interests of the Trust, its patients and the communities it serves.

This is a unique opportunity for a highly motivated and experienced board level leader to think creatively about the issues facing the Trust. He or she will have an understanding of the healthcare agenda for the North Midlands, which combined with strong governance skills will bring rigour and challenge to management of the Trust’s turnaround, ensuring that this vital local organisation provides high quality healthcare services now and in the future.

Application Process

  • Closing date for receipt of applications * 5 January 2018 at noon
  • Preliminary interviews of longlisted candidates will be conducted by Odgers Berndtson To be confirmed
  • Shortlisted candidates will meet key stakeholders on a date to be determined in the days before the interviews take place
  • Interview date w/c 22 January 2018
  • Start Date February 2018

Find out more

Further information about the opportunity, the Trust and the person specification for this important role is provided in the Candidate Information pack, which is available from or by speaking to Carmel Gibbons at Odgers Berndtson on 020 75296314

Dec 132017

Non–Executive Chair - Hellenic Financial Stability Fund

Recruiter: Hellenic Financial Stability Fund
Location: Athens, Greece
Salary: €105.000 to €150.000
Posted: 01 Dec 2017
Closes: 15 Dec 2017
Position/Level: Board
Responsibilities: Information Management, Strategy
Sector: Banking
Contract Type: Permanent
Language: English

Call for expression of interest for the position of Chair (Non–Executive) of the General Council of the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund

Organizational Context

The Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (“Fund”) was established as a legal entity under private Law 3864/2010 with the objective of contributing to the maintenance of the stability of the Greek banking system, for the sake of the public interest. The Fund is managed by two distinct bodies: the three-member Executive Board and the nine-member General Council.

The Fund is seeking to appoint the Chair (Non – Executive) of the General Council. The final incumbent will chair and lead the General Council comprising a team of highly reputable Non-Executive members. The General Council shall decide on its own initiative or upon proposal of the Executive Board, on matters specified in art.4, par. 9 of L. 3864/2010. The Selection Panel shall select and propose a short list of candidates to the Minister of Finance who will appoint the Chair of the General Council.


The purpose of this call for expression of interest is to attract candidates with the appropriate profile. The appointment will take place according to the provisions of art. 4, par. 5 of L. 3864/2010. While the time commitment required by this Non-Executive role will depend on circumstances, the physical presence in Athens of the Chair of the GC can be foreseen for at least 5 days per month. An equivalent number of days can be foreseen as needed to perform the duties of chairing the General Council without the need of a physical presence in Athens.

The remuneration of the Chair of the General Council ranges from €105.000 to €150.000 and it constitutes the total annual gross remuneration of the position, according to the Government Gazette YODD 328 dated 06-07-2017. The Chair of the General Council with a permanent place of residence outside of Greece is qualified for reimbursement of travel costs and accommodation expenses. The candidates that will be selected for interviews by the Selection Panel of the Fund should be available at short notice for interviews in Athens. The Fund’s term is fixed by the law to 30th June 2020.

Requirements / Qualifications

Candidates should meet the following criteria and conditions:

  • Education: University degree, ideally in Finance or Economics. Executives with professional qualifications in Accounting and Law will also be considered.
  • Languages: Excellent command of English language, fluent Greek will be considered as a very valuable asset.
  • Field of Expertise: The new Chair of the General Council shall be selected among persons with a successful track record at a senior level within the banking or the public policy financial sector, with international experience in any of the following areas: banking, audit, legal and regulatory matters.
  • Candidates must also possess strong leadership and communication skills as well as a broad vision of business issues; demonstrate unquestionable business ethics and independence; have a track record and involvement in a multi-faceted, highly complex and high pressure company crisis; have experience in complex business situations involving corporate restructures, management realignment and investor issues; have time availability for the needed engagement.
  • Proved independence from institutions, systemic banks, government, and bank borrowers is a pre-requisite. Prior experience with an organization that is known for its impeccable ethics and integrity, above-average success record and a culture that has attracted, energized and retained top talent will be considered a valuable asset.
  • The Chair of the General Council will be appointed subject to the absence of any personal or legal conflicts and restrictions, as described in the article 4 and 16b of Law 3864/2010. Applicants will be invited to confirm their compliance with the above and upon appointment to submit a formal declaration.

Interested parties are requested to send a detailed curriculum vitae in English, to the address mentioned below by 15/12/2017, together with a letter stating the reasons they believe that they are suitable for the job. Applications must be sent electronically to e-mail: under the heading "Hellenic Financial Stability Fund". All requests will be assessed under highest confidentiality. Only candidates who fulfil the profile will be contacted in order to proceed to the next step.

Deadline / Terms & Conditions

The closing day for applications will be January 15th, 2018.

Dec 122017

Chair - Hull 2017 UK City of Culture Limited


Hull 2017, the organisation set up to deliver Hull UK City of Culture 2017, will carry on as a new permanent national arts company based in the city but operating nationally and with a remit to transform the future of cities through arts and culture.

2017 has by any standards been a success and we will build on the momentum of an extraordinary year that has seen more than 1,000 events, hundreds of artists and nine out of ten residents taking part.

We will continue to commission world-class arts programming aimed at residents and visitors, whilst working strategically with partners inside the city and across the UK to cement Hull’s reputation as a centre for culture and
creativity. We will also develop the company as an independent agency specialising in culture and cities, which not only commissions work, but offers unrivalled expertise, consultancy and advocacy, across the UK and internationally.

We have begun the process of recruiting a team of creative and motivated individuals, who will have the opportunity to shape a company that will have a key role in transforming cities and the lives of people living in them through culture. In 2018 the company will undergo a rebrand to reflect its refocused and renewed role.


The current Chair of Hull 2017, Rosie Millard, will be stepping down from the Board in 2018. Having led the Board successfully since its inception in 2014, she leaves in place an able and committed Board, an excellent and hardworking Executive Team, a strong financial position and an exciting period of development ahead. Hull 2017 is therefore seeking an exceptional candidate to join the board as Chair.

The new Chair will have a proven and impressive track record of strategic leadership, be an astute business person, an effective communicator and advocate. They should be able to mobilise a network of influencers at the highest levels and command respect amongst regional and national decision-makers in the public and private sectors.


The Chair is required to provide leadership to Hull 2017 itself and to harness and direct the Trustees’ efforts in support of its exciting period ahead. A key element of this involves driving forwards the new strategic business plan, working with the Executive Team and partners across the city and the country. The Chair is the direct line manager of joint CEO’s, the Programme Director and Executive Director, and leads the Trustee appointments and development.


Hull 2017 is both a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee and has a registered trading arm, Hull 2017 Enterprises Limited. The Trustees, directors in company law, are also the only members of the Company. The directors are expected to comply with their legal, financial and fiduciary duties under company law and as Trustees must also comply with charity law. Even though many of these duties are delegated to the Executive staff, the Board sets the context for delegation and for specific delegated powers, the ultimate joint responsibility for every aspect of the Company’s operation lies with the Board of Trustees.

The current Board Trustees can be viewed via the Hull 2017 website although the new Chair will lead a refresh of the board in 2018 as the existing trustees come to the end of their tenure.


The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following experience:

  • Solid leadership experience as a main-board executive or non-executive director, ideally with some prior experience in a chairing capacity, whether in the commercial, public or not-for profit sectors;
  • An appreciation and passion for arts and culture;
  • Experience of working with and influencing local government; Strong understanding of the role of Chair, with a focus on leading and developing Board members and working closely with the Executive Team to provide strong leadership to the wider organisation;
  • Commitment to the highest standards of governance;
  • An ability to think and act strategically, identifying major issues for the company;
  • An excellent network of regional and national senior-level influencers and willingness to use contacts for the benefit of Hull 2017;
  • An ability to command respect amongst local and regional stakeholders and national decision makers;
  • Excellent communication and presentational skills, comfortable in an ambassadorial role and appearing as a media spokesperson;
  • A willingness and ability to play a personal role in fundraising;
  • Commitment to the ethos of using arts as a transformational tool for improving health and wellbeing;
  • Excellent interpersonal and team skills, used to working with a wide range of senior stakeholders from diverse backgrounds.

Download the full Chair recruitment pack.


Please send the following to

Closing Date: 23:59 on Friday 5 January 2018

Interview: w/c 29 January 2018

Hull 2017 is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

Dec 122017

Non-Executive Director - Pensions - Ministry of Defence: Defence Business Services

Recruiter: Ministry of Defence
Location: City of Bristol DBS Sites (Mainly Abbey Wood North, Bristol)
Salary: Daily rate of £500 to a maximum of £7,500 per year
Posted: 30 Nov 2017
Closes: 26 Dec 2017
Job Function: Non Executive Director
Industry: Public

Defence Business Services Non-Executive Director - Pensions

Reference Number: 20032

  1. The primary responsibility of the role is to provide assurance to DBS, Defence Audit Committee, Pension Board and MOD’s Accounting Officer in respect of the Accounts and operation of the Armed Forces Pension Scheme (incorporating the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme) (AFPS/AFCS). Agree the draft Accounts, including related statements on governance and internal control, prior to finalisation, approval and publication.
  2. Act as a member of the DBS Audit and Risk Committee (ARC) in accordance with the terms of reference. Provide a creative and informed contribution to the formation of strategy and monitor performance towards achievement of strategy and objectives.
  3. Review and constructively challenge the adequacy of systems of internal control to ensure the integrity of information (financial and non-financial) and that controls and systems of risk management are robust and defensible.
  4. Review and advise on the effectiveness of procedures for identifying and managing significant risks and their impact on DBS and the wider organisation;
  5. Measure the effectiveness of processes and procedures to ensure the aims, objectives and key performance targets are being achieved in the most economic and effective manner;
  6. Advise on and monitor the implementation of recommendations arising from reports produced by external review bodies, including Defence Internal Audit and the National Audit Office, as well as any reviews carried out by the Information Assurance, Fraud, Security and SHEF Teams. Commission internal reviews as appropriate.
  7. Promote the highest standards of corporate governance.

The applicant will be required to have;

  • Successful Board level experience in a large organisation or voluntary sector background.
  • Expertise in accounting, audit and pensions schemes. In particular experience of the operation and actuarial valuation of Public Sector pension schemes and the requirements of IAS19; and awareness of the Hutton report and its implications for Public Sector Pension schemes.
  • Good knowledge of working in a service delivery organisation managing both customer and supplier needs.
  • A strong understanding of risk, corporate governance theory and best practice.
  • Strong analytical, strategic thinking skills; inquisitive and independent.
  • Good communication skills; ability to question intelligently, debate constructively, challenge rigorously, listen sensitively to the views of others and decide dispassionately.
  • Willingness to develop and refresh knowledge, skills and understanding to ensure contribution remains informed and relevant.
  • High ethical standards of integrity and probity.

Closing Date/Time:  23:00 on 26/12/2017

Interviews:  Interviews to be held on Monday 22nd January 2018 and Friday 26th January 2018 at MoD Abbey Wood, Bristol.

For more information go to the Cabinet Office Centre for Public Appointments website: using search keyword ‘Defence’.

How to Apply:  Please send copies of the attached Diversity Information Form and Expression of Interest Form along with a covering letter and copy of your CV to: (preferred method)

Postal address:

DBS NSAT Oak level 2 # 6030-8 West Wing Abbey Wood North New Road Stoke Gifford Bristol BS34 8QW

Supporting documents

Dec 122017

Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust - Associate 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 your community.

The opportunity

There is a vacancy for an Associate Non-executive Director at Epsom and St Helier University Hospital NHS Trust. This role is used successfully in the NHS to support Board succession strategy and achieving a balance of Board level skills. Although not legally a member of the Board and does not participate in any formal vote, the individual is an integral member of the wider Board team-comprising executive and non-executive roles and attending Board and key committee meetings as required.

Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust provides a range of acute, elective and out-patient medical services to approximately 500,000 people living across southwest London and northeast Surrey. In addition, they provide more specialist services, in particular renal and neonatal intensive care, to a wider area, extending to Sussex and Hampshire.

Essential criteria

Candidates will need to have a genuine commitment to patients and to the promotion of excellent health care services. In particular, for this role we are seeking candidates who have recent relevant senior or board level HR experience gained through operational management of a large and complex organisation.

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

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.

Application process

  • Closing date for receipt of applications * 4 January 2018
  • Interview date 17 January 2018 (afternoon)
  • Proposed start date To be confirmed

* Please forward your completed application to

This appointment is regulated by the Commissioner for Public Appointments

Find out more

For an informal and confidential discussion with Laurence Newman, the Chair of the trust, please contact his PA, Debra Beer on 0208 296 2267

NHS Improvement – for general enquiries contact Cody Landshaw on 0300 123 2067 or by emailing

Dec 112017

Members - Edinburgh College Board of Management

Outside images of the Granton Campus

Reference: 1354
Remuneration: Unremunerated
Location: Edinburgh, City of
Closing date: 10 January 2018 at midday

Edinburgh College began life in October 2012 following the merger of the City's three further education colleges. Its size, scope and sphere of influence mean it is well placed to meet the needs of students, employers and the national economy. It delivers a wide-ranging curriculum including vocational and academic training to students from Edinburgh, the Lothians, the rest of Scotland and beyond.

We are looking for individuals with a strong commitment to changing lives and an understanding of the value of education. You will be part of a dynamic and influential Board following a period of considerable change and emerging opportunity for Edinburgh and its students. We are particularly looking to attract candidates with experience of:

  • relevant education;
  • industry, commerce, finance, the Third Sector, local authorities or trade unions; or,
  • the region (or part of it) and its needs.

The college would particularly welcome applications from individuals with relevant legal expertise, to support effective scrutiny of documentation and challenge at Board level, and/or current or recent experience in either the public sector, third sector or community engagement initiatives.

Applications are also welcome from groups currently under-represented on Scotland's public bodies.

  • Time Commitment: During the first year of appointment it is anticipated you may need to devote an average of 1.5 days per month.
  • Remuneration: All Non-Executive roles are non-remunerated. Incidental expenses will be reimbursed.
  • Appointment details: Appointments to the Board of Management will come into effect from March 2018, following approval from the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning.
    The appointment will be for a period up to 4 years, with the possibility of re-appointment subject to evidence of effective performance and to satisfying the requirements of the person specification for the role at the time of re-appointment.
  • Location: Meetings of the Board will normally be held in Edinburgh at one of the College's four campuses: Granton, Sighthill, Milton Road and Midlothian.
  • Interviews: Interviews will be held on 29 January 2018 in Edinburgh.
  • Further Information: If you would like to find out more about the role, you are welcome to contact the Governance Advisor, Marcus Walker on Tel. 0131 344 7048, or by emailing

Full details of the criteria to be met for the positions are contained in the person specification, which forms part of the application pack. Also included in the pack is more detailed information about recent Scottish Government led changes to the college sector and the Edinburgh College Board of Management.

We encourage applicants to visit the Edinburgh College website and download an application pack and application form:

Completed application forms should be submitted via email to:, or by post to: Marcus Walker, Governance Advisor, Edinburgh College, 24 Milton Road East, Edinburgh, EH15 2PP.

Completed applications must be received by 5pm on Wednesday, 10 January 2018.

Dec 112017

Chair - Sellafield Ltd

Recruiter: Sellafield Ltd
Location: Cumbria
Salary: Circa £150,000 for 8 days per month
Posted: 24 Nov 2017
Closes: 05 Jan 2018
Job Function: Chairman
Industry: Energy, Public
Position Type: Permanent

Sellafield is one of the largest and most complex nuclear sites in the world and home to some of the UK’s most technically challenging and complex major projects. With an annual spend of £2.0 billion and 10,000 employees, it represents one of the largest public sector funded programmes and makes up 60% of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority’s (NDA) Estate.

Sellafield Ltd is the Site Licence Company and a subsidiary of the NDA, governed by its own Board, consisting of a Chair appointed by the NDA and a mix of non-executive and executive members.  The Chair is accountable to the CEO of the NDA and his/her role is to ensure that the Board provides clear direction and effective oversight to the organisation during a period of significant transition, as its primary mission changes from reprocessing to decommissioning over the next 5-6 years.

Candidates will bring board-level experience with strong leadership and strategic skills and a proven ability to influence and work with a wide variety of stakeholders, including the local community where the organisation is the mainstay of the economy. Experience in both the procurement and management of major contracts is highly desirable, for example, major infrastructure programmes in rail, construction, energy, nuclear, or oil and gas, along with skills in leading change and transformation across highly complex and high hazard environments.

Saxton Bampfylde Ltd is acting as an employment agency advisor to the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority on this appointment. For more information, including how to apply, please refer to the website of Saxton Bampfylde at using job reference QASFC.  Alternatively email or telephone +44 (0)20 7227 0880 (during office hours).

Applications should be received by noon on Friday 5th January 2018.

Dec 072017

Trustee of the Church of England Pensions Board

Recruiter: The Church of England Pensions Board
Location: Nationwide
Salary: Not Specified
Posted: 23 Nov 2017
Closes: 15 Dec 2017
Job Function: Trustees
Industry: Public

The Church of England Pensions Board is seeking a trustee with significant investment experience to help us deliver retirement services for those who have served or worked for the Church.

Our services include administering pensions for over 38,000 people working for more than 450 employers, and housing over 2000 retired clergy and their dependants. Pensions and charitable funds under investment total in excess of £2.3bn.

The role involves working with the other trustees and with the Executive Team to ensure that the best interests of our customers are met and secure. Our trustees set and review the purpose and vision of the Board, contribute to its strategy and hold the Executive Team and the Board’s staff responsible for their performance. Trustees also play an active role in our committees.

Our work is complex and subject to legal regulation (including by the Pensions Regulator and the Charity Commission). You will therefore need to be able to get to grips with and assess detailed material and difficult issues across the full range of the Board’s responsibilities, work constructively and collaboratively with a diverse group of trustees and exercise excellent judgement.

You will also be able to demonstrate a proven ability to help shape strategy and ensure robust governance arrangements. You will have the intellectual rigour, relationship skills and political sensitivity to be credible and influential within a diverse board and with all our key stakeholders, and will bring outstanding communication and interpersonal skills. And for this particular appointment, we are seeking candidates with significant investment experience, gained in a relevant organisation.

This is no ordinary trustee role and we are looking for somebody who will share our vision and our values. Currently women, the minority and ethnic communities and people under the age of 45 are underrepresented within the Board’s membership and we would like to redress this.

For further details and to apply please visit

For a confidential discussion, please contact our adviser Katrina Paget on 020 7426 3994

Closing date: 5pm Friday 15 December 2017


Dec 012017

Two Non-Executive Directors - Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust

non-executive directorRecruiter: Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust
Location: Wigan, Greater Manchester
Salary: Remuneration from £13,400 per annum for a minimum of 3 days per month
Posted: 23 Nov 2017
Closes: 15 Dec 2017
Job Function: Non Executive Director
Industry: Health

Two Non-Executive Directors

Remuneration from £13,400 per annum for a minimum of 3 days per month

Wrightington, Wigan & Leigh NHS Foundation Trust is a high performing acute trust serving a population of 300,000 across 5 sites based in central and west Lancashire. We currently employ 5000 staff and invest around £300 million each year in a broad range of highly regarded general and specialist acute services including a tertiary specialist orthopaedic service based at the renowned Wrightington Hospital site, where Sir John Charnley conducted the world’s first hip implant operation 50 years ago.

We are proud of our impressive track record over recent years including winning HSJ ‘Provider Trust of the Year’ 2014 and are dedicated to providing the best possible healthcare for the population we serve. We are rated as ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission and our recent and numerous awards include the following:-

  • Chief Executive highly commended in HSJ Patient Safety Awards for board leadership
  • Procurement department number 1 in the NHS
  • Cleanest hospital in the UK for third year running by PLACE scores
  • Won CIPD People Management Award for Best Digital Initiative in HR/Learning and Development

We are committed to building on our strengths to become the first choice healthcare provider for our communities and are focused on exceptional customer service through the delivery of integrated, seamless, continuous pathways of care, enabled by innovation and leading edge technology. Underpinning this commitment are our values and fundamental belief that our patients must be at the heart of everything we do.

We are now seeking to appoint two Non-Executive Directors who have the experience and ability to contribute to the work of a unitary Board operating in a very challenging and regulated environment. For the first role you will ideally be clinically/medically qualified and have experience of working within a primary care setting whilst the second role requires someone with exceptional stakeholder engagement experience and the ability to demonstrate that s/he can forge positive relationships and partnerships both internally and externally.

For an informal and confidential discussion about either role or to request an information pack with details of how to apply, please contact our retained consultant, Diane Charnock on 07988 653669 or email

Closing date for applications is Friday 15th December.

Preliminary interviews will take place w/c 8th January 2018

Final interviews 1st February 2018

Dec 012017

Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust - Non-Executive Director

We are recruiting for a Non-Executive Director for Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust. This is an exceptional opportunity to share your talents and expertise to make a positive difference to the lives of people in your community.

The opportunity

With a turnover of c £200m and employing around 4,000 staff, we are a major local employer with a reputation as a provider of quality hospital services with a track record of strong financial management, quality governance and patient safety.

You will play a key role in the delivery of the Trust’s five-year strategy, setting out an exciting future for the trust as the provider of choice for a range of acute, elective and community services as well as a developing range of regional specialist services.

The role

The Non-Executive Director acts as an objective, critical friend and will be required to contribute to setting the strategic direction, effectively participate in the Board, ensuring effective governance and compliance and the meeting of performance targets required by the commissioners of services, NHS Improvement, the Care Quality Commission and other statutory bodies.

The Non-Executive Director will need to ensure that the Board acts in the best interests of service users, patients, the community and wider public.

Essential criteria

We are seeking to appoint an individual with strategic finance experience and ideally a recognised financial qualification.

The successful candidate will have a track record of achievement as a director in a large and complex service-provision environment. Board or very senior level experience in the public and/or private sector and/or voluntary sector is an essential requirement for this role.

  • In particular, individuals will possess excellent interpersonal, communication and influencing skills to support internal and external engagement
    senior level experience gained in a large, complex organisation
  • understand the sustainability of service provision
  • have knowledge, or ability to quickly gain knowledge, of health services and operational management in the NHS
  • have an understanding of the political context in which the NHS and wider health care operates
  • understand and appreciate of the context within which the Trust is working which informs the future agenda
  • be a clear and strategic thinker with the confidence, credibility and sensitivity to engage with a wide range of audiences both inside and outside the Trust.
  • demonstrate a clear understanding of executive and non- executive roles and their boundaries;
  • be ambitious for the Trust and for the Board in carrying out its duties
  • take part in a regular programme of walk-rounds in the hospital
  • challenge professional views in a confident and assured manner;
  • listen sensitively to the views of others, inside and outside the Board, and gain the trust,respect and confidence of a wide range of audiences;
  • promote the highest standards of corporate governance.

Applicants would be welcomed who bring diversity to the current profile of the Non- Executive Directors and have an understanding of how that diversity can bring added value to the role.

Application documents

Application process

  • Closing date 18 December 2017
  • Long listing 8 January 2018
  • Preliminary interviews 11 and 15 January 2018
  • Short listing 22 January 2018
  • Assessment w/c 22 January 2018
  • Final Panel 1 February 2018

Find out more

Applications should be made by submitting a comprehensive CV, a detailed supporting statement (no more than two pages) that:

  • addresses the appointment criteria as set out in the person specification
  • includes details of two referees who we would be able to contact if required

Please also ensure you have completed and submitted the equal opportunities monitoring form provided on this site. The information on the form will be treated as confidential, and used for statistical purposes only. The form will not be treated as part of your application.

All applications will be acknowledged.

The final appointment will be made subject to satisfactory references, health clearance and fulfilment of the fit and proper person’s test.

If you have any queries about any aspect of the appointment process, need additional information or wish to have an informal and confidential discussion, our advising consultant Melanie Shearer 0207 426 3971 will be pleased to talk to you. GatenbySanderson will respect the privacy of any initial approach or expression of interest in this role, whether formal or informal.

  • Remuneration: £13,100 per annum
  • Time commitment: 4 days per month
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