Nov 162017

Hadrian Learning Trust is seeking two new non-executive directors to join its board.

The trust was formed in September 2016 with two schools: Queen Elizabeth High School (QEHS) and Hexham Middle School (HMS), with a total of about 1750 students on roll. Board meetings are held at Queen Elizabeth High School, Whetstone Bridge Road, Hexham NE46 3JB.

About the trust

The trust serves the market town of Hexham and its surrounding rural villages. Although much of the area that the trust covers is relatively affluent, there are also significant pockets of deprivation. Around one-third of students at QEHS travel from outside the catchment area.

Ofsted judged both schools to be good at their latest inspections (QEHS November 2015; HMS June 2016). HMS had previously been judged to Require Improvement. Attainment and progress are generally strong but there is a need to improve that of disadvantaged students. QEHS has some of the best outcomes in the North East. In 2017, the Progress 8 score at GCSE was among the top 12% of schools nationally; 71% of A Level entries were graded A*-B.

The trust’s ethos makes clear that it believes in the highest academic standards for all students but also values education in its broadest sense.

In Summer 2017, the trust carried out an initial consultation on a proposal to bring the schools together to form a single 11-18 secondary school. The rationale for this is set out in this Consultation Document. The Board is carefully considering responses from stakeholders before deciding if and how to move forward.

As a Multi Academy Trust, Hadrian Learning Trust is open to other schools who would like to join, where it is in the best interests of all involved. There are no schools currently in the pipeline.

Plans for the Future

Three key challenges for the trust in the next 12 months are:

  1. Improving educational experience and outcomes.
    Although the performance of the schools within Hadrian Learning Trust is strong, the trust’s local Three-Tier system does not fit with the vast majority of schools in England in terms of curriculum, assessment and accountability. This issue is intertwined with the financial and capital challenges outlined below.
  2. Becoming financially sustainable
    Along with others schools nationally, Hadrian Learning Trust faces the challenge of managing available funding, in the face of rising costs. Benchmarking with similar schools shows that it is typically a low spender in most categories. The challenge will be for the trust to set a balanced budget, while maintaining its offer in terms of outcomes, the curriculum and extra-curricular activities.
  3. Securing Capital Investment
    The trust’s buildings and facilities, which include Grade II listed buildings on both sites, are in many respects sub-standard, impacting on students’ educational experience. Although the trust has successfully bid for funding to carry out some essential maintenance, this is not sufficient to deliver a suitable learning environment. The trust is in discussions with both the Education and Skills Funding Agency and Local Authority to explore what a joined-up approach could offer, including the potential benefits arising from any re-organisation.

The Trust needs to navigate a way forward with regard to the challenges outlined above. This will help to create a sustainable basis on which it can build.

Hadrian Learning Trust is also keen to play a part in developing a self-improving system of schools. The trust believes that it has much to share with other schools and also much that it can learn.

A Trustee joining Hadrian Learning Trust will play an important role in helping to shape its future growth strategy. The trust is open-minded about the form this might take but aware that the first questions to answer must be about scale, variance and control.

Trust ethos & values

“Outstanding eagerness to promote good learning”

(from the Charter granted to the people of Hexham by Queen Elizabeth I, 1599)

These are friendly, welcoming schools built on foundations of mutual respect and care for others. All those within the schools work together to become all they can be.

The schools share a love of learning and believe in the highest academic standards for everyone. They value education in its broadest sense, knowing that the arts, sport and other opportunities help shape us as individuals and as citizens of the wider world.

Hadrian Learning Trust is committed to enabling all of its students to develop their knowledge and understanding, skills and mindset, so that they can take their next steps with confidence. Its aim is that every child will grow into a happy, fulfilled and successful adult.

Role Summary

Number of Positions Advertised: 2

  • Role 1 – Trustee/Non-Executive Director
    Non-executive directors will be responsible for maintaining stability during a period of growth and change, and the management of a dynamic structure. Their role also includes contributing to financial planning for sustainability and growth, and holding the CEO/CFO to account.
    The competencies required for this role include:

    • Essential
      • HR
    • Desirable
      • Change Management
      • Growth Management
      • Restructuring
      • Non-executive/ Trustee
    • Person specification
      In addition to the general duties of a Charity Trustee and Company Director, the Trustee will use their professional skills and experience to guide Trust Board decisions and processes around HR and staffing issues. This is a strategic role, with operational needs met by in-house staff and external professional advisors.
    • Time commitment
      The Trust Board meets monthly during term time. In addition, the HR & Performance Management Committee meets three times a year.
  • Role 2 – Trustee/Non-Executive Director
    Non-executive directors will be responsible for maintaining stability during a period of growth and change, and the management of a dynamic structure. Their role also includes contributing to financial planning for sustainability and growth, and holding the CEO/CFO to account.
    The competencies required for this role include:

    • Essential
      • CFO/ Finance and/or
      • Qualified Accountant
    • Desirable
      • Risk
      • Non-executive/ Trustee
      • Audit Committee Chair
      • Turnaround
    • Person specification
      In addition to the general duties of a Charity Trustee and Company Director, the Trustee will use their professional skills and experience to guide Trust Board decisions and processes around finance and audit issues. This is a strategic role, with operational needs met by in-house staff and external professional advisors.
    • Time commitment
      The Trust Board meets monthly during term time. In addition, the Finance & Audit Committee meets twice a term.

Location of Board Meetings and Trust Website

Queen Elizabeth High School, Whetstone Bridge Road, Hexham NE46 3JB

Background on academy trusts

Academy schools, which are charities run independently of local authority control, now account for 71% of secondary schools and 26% of primaries – and their number is growing all the time.

Many of these schools are grouped together as multi-academy trusts (MATs). There are currently 980 multi academy trusts of 2+ schools. If the schools are to fulfil their potential, the trusts need non-executives (known in charity law as trustees) to bring a wide range of skills and experience to help guide strategy, ensure their ambitions can be soundly financed and keep their schools up to the mark delivering for their pupils.

“Academy boards must be ambitious for all children and young people and infused with a passion for education and a commitment to continuous school improvement that enables the best possible outcomes. Governance must be grounded in reality as defined by both high-quality objective data and a full understanding of the views and needs of pupils/students, staff, parents, carers and local communities. It should be driven by inquisitive, independent minds and through conversations focused on the key strategic issues which are conducted with humility, good judgement, resilience and determination.” Source: Governance Handbook, Department for Education (2017)

Trusteeship is a voluntary, unpaid role for people who have the energy and skills to make a real contribution to shaping the future of our schools. You do not need to have any specialist knowledge of education.


Academy Ambassadors is a non-profit organisation which recruits senior business leaders and professionals as volunteer non-executive directors onto the boards of multi-academy trusts. If you are interested in applying for the role please send your CV and a short expression of interest detailing which role you are applying for to Please note candidates should live within reasonable travelling distance of the trust and/or have a link with the region. For more information, please call 0207 952 8556 or visit

Key dates

We strongly recommend applying as early as you can to have the best possible chance of being considered as we may change the closing date if we have received sufficient applications. Applicants should be aware of the following key dates in the recruitment process –

Deadline for applications: 15 December 2017.

Interviews: TBC.

Nov 152017

Scientist and Public Engagement Trustee Roles - The National Gallery

Body: The National Gallery
Appointing Department: Department for Culture, Media & Sport
Sectors: Culture, Media & Sport, Science & Technology
Location: London
Number of Vacancies: 2
Remuneration: Trustees are unpaid but reasonable travel expenses may be claimed.
Time Requirements: Trustees are expected to attend 6 Board meetings a year and an annual strategy day. Additional time will be required to study papers and to attend events at the Gallery.

Campaign Timeline

  • Competition Launched: 14/11/2017
  • Closed for Applications: 08/12/2017
  • Panel Sift: TBC
  • Final Interview Date: W/C 15 & 22 January 2018
  • Announcement: TBC

Assessment Panel

Vacancy Description

The National Gallery (“the Gallery”) is a charity and Non–Departmental Public Body sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The Gallery seeks two new Trustees for appointment in 2018.

The Gallery is home to a uniquely important collection of paintings in the Western European tradition, spanning the 13th to the 20th centuries, which belongs to the British people and is one of the richest and most comprehensive in the world. The strategic aims of the Gallery include:

  • Caring for and enhancing our collection for the public
  • Being accessible to all
  • Inspiring research, learning and engagement
  • Investing in our staff
  • Maintaining and developing our building
  • Increasing our income

The Gallery attracts over 6 million visitors to its site in Trafalgar Square each year, making it the second most visited museum and gallery in the United Kingdom. Further information about the Gallery (including a list of current Trustees) can be found on its website at

The Gallery aims to connect great art with people and people with great art. Through its ambitious programme of exhibitions, temporary displays, education and national programmes and its investment in digital transformation, the Gallery aims both to engage with its traditional visitors and to reach out to younger generations and new communities and audiences .

The Gallery is a world leader in several of its areas of research, notably collection cataloguing, conservation science and technical art history. The National Gallery Technical Bulletin, published once a year, is a universally respected publication. The work of the Gallery’s Scientific Department is supported and promoted by the Gallery’s Scientific Consultative Group which meets once a year, and on which are represented scientific experts from a wide range of fields including physical and organic chemistry, materials science, imaging science, colour perception, engineering , mineralogy, digital technologies, preventive conservation, lighting and the environment . The Gallery’s ambition is to develop a Research Centre which is at the cutting edge of research on painting.

The role of the Board of the Gallery includes responsibility for the Gallery’s statutory functions; the provision of overall leadership and development of strategy. It ensures that high standards of corporate governance are maintained and that the Gallery has effective control systems, decision making processes and management in place. The Board complements the executive by providing support and advice while also, where necessary, challenging the status quo.

The Board consists at any time of 12 to 14 Trustees, one of whom is appointed by the Board of Tate and the remainder by the Prime Minister. The Gallery wishes to draw its Trustees from as diverse a range of backgrounds as possible.

At any time, the Board appoints one of its members to sit as a member of the Board of Tate.

Person Specification

All trustees of the Gallery are expected to demonstrate:

  • A love of paintings and a commitment to the objectives and work of the Gallery
  • An understanding of the importance to the Gallery of fundraising and a commitment to support such activity
  • Excellent judgment and the ability to deal with strategic issues affecting the Gallery
  • Good communication skills and the ability to represent the Gallery in the public realm
  • The ability to work with other Trustees and senior management of the Gallery
  • That they share the Gallery’s commitment to diversity and equality, in relation to audience development and employment practices

In addition, for these vacancies, the Gallery wishes to appoint:-

  • Trustee 1
    A Scientist who will help champion and support the important scientific work undertaken in the Gallery and with the reputation and authority required to Chair the Gallery’s Scientific Consultative Group
  • Trustee 2
    An individual with experience of and a passion for public engagement, outreach and working with communities to help the Gallery develop and deliver its strategic objective of expanding and enhancing its programmes and activities, in particular those for younger people, communities and for a broader and more diverse demographic of audiences which have not formed part of the Gallery’s traditional visitor base.

A term of up to four years will be offered.

How to Apply

To apply, please send:

  • A CV of no more than two sides of A4;
  • A supporting statement of not more than two sides of A4, setting out how you meet the criteria;
  • The conflicts of Interest Form and the Diversity Form. The Diversity Form will be kept separately from your application and Conflicts of Interest Form, and will not be seen by the panel

Completed applications should be sent to: Please put ‘The National Gallery Trustee” in the subject line, and specify which of the two roles you are interested in. Alternatively, they can be posted to Bruce Simpson, DCMS, 100 Parliament Street, London, SW1A 2BQ.

To talk to someone about the public appointments process, please contact Bruce Simpson on 0207 211 2146 or

To talk to someone about the trustee roles at the National Gallery please contact Kate Howe, Secretary to the Board on 020 7747 2801 or by email to


This post is regulated by The Commissioner for Public Appointments

Nov 152017

Non Executive Directors - Big Society Capital

Charities and social enterprises are improving the lives of people across the UK, but often lack access to the finance they need to grow and achieve increased social impact. To address this, Big Society Capital plays a leading role in building awareness and understanding of social investment and by investing its own capital to help develop new sources of finance for the sector.

Big Society Capital, with match funding from co-investors, has made over £1 billion of investment capital available to charities and social enterprises. Established in 2012, it now has capital of over £500 million from dormant bank accounts and equity investments by the four largest UK high street banks.

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Remuneration offered

Big Society Capital is now seeking to appoint two new Non-Executive Directors to join our Board. One role is for an individual with experience successfully leading a social enterprise or trading charity. The other is for an individual who has worked for/with social enterprises or charities who is a qualified accountant with risk and investment management experience and, ideally, also has exposure to working with regulators. Candidates for both roles will need to demonstrate a strong interest in, or engagement with, social investment as a tool to support organisations that are creating social change.

Previous experience as a Trustee or Non-executive Director is highly desirable.

Please note Big Society Trust is also recruiting a Non-Executive Director, and you can find more information about this opportunity on the Big Society Capital or Prospectus websites.

For further information about the Big Society Trust and details of how to apply, please read the Appointment Brief below.

You are also invited contact our retained advisers Borge Andreassen and Jessica Stockford at Prospectus on 0207 691 1920 for a confidential discussion about the opportunity.

Closing date: December 7

Preliminary interviews with Prospectus: December 12 – January 5

Interviews with Big Society Capital: Week of January 15

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Nov 152017

Snowsport England - Non-Executive Finance Director

Loughborough , Leicestershire
Salary negotiable
Permanent, part-time

This is a part time voluntary position

Snowsport England is seeking to appoint a replacement Non-Executive Finance Director who is required to make a significant contribution in maximising the opportunities for growth while delivering senior level expertise on all financial matters.

About Snowsport England

Snowsport England is the national governing body for snowsports in England and is responsible for the organisation and promotion of our sport by fostering and promoting the interests of English skiers, associated disciplines and all aspects of their sport in England and overseas. The organisation works collaboratively to build a thriving and vibrant snow sport community and providing a talent pipeline to British Ski and Snowboard.

About the Board

The Board governs the organisation and has overall responsibility for the performance and direction of Snowsport England.

The appointment is for a three-year term. Directors will be required to attend up to six Board meetings per annum as well as the Annual General Meeting together with supporting the business in the related areas to their skill sets.

The Chair and Non-Executive Board Directors will be involved in shaping the strategic aims of the organisation, providing creative, informed and constructive input to the CEO and Operations Team.

Snowsport England is looking to appoint to the Board individuals with diverse, varied and complementary skillsets, who will match their business and commercial experience with a strong passion and commitment to the sport.

The role is non-remunerated with reasonable out-of-pocket expenses reimbursed.

In line with its policy on Equality & Diversity, Snowsport England is keen to encourage applications from women and members of black and minority ethnic groups as well as people with a disability.

How to Apply

Applications are sought from suitably qualified and experienced individuals through the submission of a CV, a covering letter which outlines their suitability for the role, and why they wish to be considered, this should be sent to Claire Pennell, Operations Manager -

Please click here for the full description of the role

For more information about the Directors roles and Snowsport England Ltd, please visit

The closing date for applications is 20th November 2017

Interviews will be held on the 16th & 19th January 2018

Any appointment would take effect from March 2018

Please click here for the full description of the role

Nov 082017

Non Executive Director / Board Member - Ocean Edge Executive Search

Reference: OE991
Salary: £2,500 per annum
Type: Permanent
Sector: Housing & Property
Closing Date: 17/11/2017

Our client is a small and expanding housing association dedicated to increasing the supply of supported housing in London. The organisation currently supplies accommodation for 1,000 clients and is growing rapidly. To help achieve targeted growth plans they are looking to strengthen their Board by recruiting three new Board Members. The organisation operates nationally and Board Meetings are held in central London each month. This is an exciting opportunity for a housing professional to help increase the supply of supported housing whilst learning new skills and networking amongst other like-minded people.

  • Supported Hosing Management expertise – Working for a supported housing organisation and having a solid knowledge of the supported housing management is essential.
  • Property Services expertise – Knowledge and experience of working within property services is essential, along with a strong knowledge of health and safety and compliance
  • Finance and regulation expertise – Experienced of working in or an area closely related to the housing sector would be an advantage as would a knowledge of current regulation.

How To Apply

To apply for this position please email your CV to

Nov 072017

Non-Executive Director - CEME The Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence

Location: Rainham, Essex, RM13 8EU, United Kingdom
Job ID: 37441363
Posted: October 9, 2017
Position Title: Non-Executive Director
Company Name: CEME The Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence
Job Function: Non-Executive
Job Type: Part-Time
Job Duration: Indefinite
Min Education: GCSE/GNVQ/O level
Required Travel: None
Salary: $0.00 - $0.00 (Yearly Salary)


Independent Non-Executive Director (Non Exec/Trustee) with finance and funding expertise is required for a London-based regeneration charity that is a catalyst for economic growth in London.

CEME –The Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence is a leading UK Industrial Charity and operates from its world class campus in East London. CEME is a high profile project in the sector and is a significant institution in London and the wider Thames Gateway.

The Non-Executive should have Board level experience likely to be as a Finance Director and will advise and assist the Executive in the development of the business through expansion which could be through by grant funding of via risk capital investment. The Non-Executive will work with the Board of Directors and Executive Directors to provide knowledge and confidence to help effectively pursue debt or alternative funding options to support the growth of the organisation in a way commensurate with its values.

The Company and its Market:

  • CEME is a leading UK Industrial Charity – it is an education, skills and innovation and research organisation that develops and supports economic development in the UK – it is based on its campus in London.
  • CEME is a profitable organisation established 15 years ago as part of a £400m regeneration programme in London. Charged to bring prosperity and employment to the area via the regeneration of the manufacturing, engineering and technology sectors.
  • CEME is a substantial organisation at the heart of a thriving engineering, manufacturing, science and technology sector in the Thames gateway.
  • The company has been highly successful and is ambitious for the future hence the addition of two Non Execs – one with specific skills in property & finance.

The Finance & Funding Non-Executive Director (Trustee) role:

  • The Non-Executive must be positive in his/her approach and “solution orientated” in tackling challenges. Must also be a team player with high energy, self-assured and confident and be prepared to challenge and be challenged on funding and finance issues.
  • The Non-Executive will be able to commit to a minimum of 12 days per year including attending and preparing for ten Board Meetings PA. In addition the company holds a one-day away day/strategy meeting.
  • The Non-Executive may be expected to commit to an additional 5 days pa to support the Executive and the Board where required on specific finance/funding issues.
  • The Non-Executive will be appointed for 3 years and will also sit on a Sub-Committee likely to be Audit and Risk.
  • The role will include ensuring that the company’s financial resources are appropriately directed in pursuit of its objectives.
  • The chosen candidate will need to support and advise the Board of Directors in the development of business strategies in relation to property designed to meet the company’s objective.
  • This Non Exec role is non-remunerated other than expenses. The Non Exec’s Remuneration will however be reviewed annually.


Candidate Requirements:

  • Board level experience, likely to be as a Finance Director and preferably with Non Exec experience in an organisation with a £20m + turnover.
  • Strong Governance credentials in the private and public sectors.
  • Must be credible with Government Ministers, senior Government officials and other stakeholders such as lenders and philanthropists.
  • Experience of Venture Capital & Crowdfunding solutions.
  • Experience of fundraising for public private partnerships and/or not-for-profit projects.
  • The Non-Executive should have an interest in, and passion for the UK engineering and manufacturing sectors and their future growth and prosperity.

If you feel that you meet the criteria outlined above, please apply for this role on First Flight's website by first registering your CV (if you haven't already done so - there is no charge) and then clicking "Apply for Role" on number 1031 and answering the questions about how you match the candidate requirements in this spec.

Contact: Melissa Foster

Nov 062017

The British Mountaineering Council (BMC) is seeking a new Independent Director for its Executive Committee

To balance the composition and skills of our Executive Committee, the BMC welcomes applications for an Independent Director with a background in finance, audit or risk management during an exciting period of organisational development and governance modernisation.

As the national representative body for climbers, hill walkers and mountaineers in England and Wales, the BMC remains a passionate advocate for our members and the wider outdoor community. Established in 1944, we now have 85,000 members, 33 staff, a dedicated volunteer network and a head office in West Didsbury, Manchester.

The landscape in which the BMC operate is dynamic, diverse and ever-changing and the organisation remains proactive and forward thinking in order to remain relevant to our members whilst maintaining and promoting our traditional values.

The BMC Executive Committee provides strategic direction, supports operational management and helps promote our activities across England and Wales. The successful candidate will be part of a team expected to analyse plans and strategic options in a constructive way and help guide the future development of the BMC.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Helping define and develop the BMC’s vision, mission and long term strategic direction.
  • Approving the allocation of funds and monitoring operational and financial performance.
  • Supporting the development of a newly established Finance & Audit Committee (a sub-committee of the Board).

The board meets quarterly; usually in Manchester from 7.00-10.00pm on Wednesday evenings. The successful candidate will also find it useful to attend occasional National Council meetings which take place 4-5 times per year in mountain and coastal locations across in England and Wales. Business between meetings (email correspondence / conference calls) will typically amount to 3-6 hours per week.

In line with our Equality & Diversity Policy we are keen to achieve a more diverse Board and particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups, in particular people from ethnic minorities, people with disabilities and women.

Further information, including person specification and the application process can be found on the BMC Jobs page.

The closing date is 16 November 2017. Interviews will take place on Friday 1 December.

Nov 062017

Non-Executive Directors - Trafford Housing Trust (THT)

£7,000 pa (2-3 days per month)
Permanent - Part Time
North West

Trafford Housing Trust (THT) is a 9,000 unit North West based housing provider seeking to recruit for two non-executive directors.

THT are at an exciting time in their development as a business and are keen to seek people who complement an already established team of Non-Executive Directors.

The Board is conscious of the changing needs and expectations of both current and potential customers and therefore keen to recruit a customer expert who is able to link the Board’s strategic direction to strategic customer issues.

In addition, a housing professional who has skills around development or housing delivery would complement the boards understanding of development and housing policy as well as expertise on neighbourhood matters.

If you would like to contribute to the significant changes across Greater Manchester and the social housing sector then we would love to hear from you.

Closing Date: 26th November 2017

Vacancy Documents:

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Nov 032017

Non-Executive Director - Blackpool Operating Company Ltd

Recruiter: Blackpool Operating Company Ltd
Location: Blackpool
Salary: Competitive
Posted: 02 Nov 2017
Closes: 29 Nov 2017
Sectors: Management
Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time

Blackpool Operating Company Ltd

Allowance payment of £1,750 per year (gross figure)

We are looking to appoint a Non-Executive Director to join the Board of one of the wholly owned companies of Blackpool Council – Blackpool Operating Company Ltd that operates the Sandcastle Waterpark facility in Blackpool.

The successful candidates will be those that can make a positive impact and vital contribution in helping the company to maintain their position as a world class attraction for residents and visitors. As a director of the company, you will take an active role in shaping and defining the company’s future direction, strategic objectives and values.

To be successful in this role you will have Board/ executive/ senior management level experience in relevant sectors.

On average, this role will require a time commitment of attendance at a minimum of eight to ten Board or Committee meetings per year, plus training and away days when required.

For an informal discussion or to request a candidate pack, please contact Mark Towers, Company Secretary, on telephone 01253 477007, or by email at

Nov 012017

Honorary Treasurer - The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists

The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) is the professional membership body for Speech and Language Therapists with over 17,000 members. The RCSLT head office is in London with satellite offices in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The RCSLT is looking to appoint a qualified accounting professional as the Honorary Treasurer to join our Board of Trustees. The role is not remunerated but reasonable expenses are payable.

Along with the general duties for a Trustee, we hope that the successful individual will bring the following to this specific role:

  • Understanding of the financial dynamics of a mid-sized charity or professional body
  • Experience of reviewing budgets and medium to long term financial plans and overseeing delivery against these plans
  • Experience of charity investment policy setting and management
  • Experience of risk management
  • Understanding of the financial administration of a UK registered charity
  • Ability to present financial information clearly to a range of audiences

The selection process is by means of a covering letter stating how you feel you fulfill the requirements of the role, a CV and a completed skills matrix. If you are short-listed, there will be an interview at our London offices.

The role specification and skills matrix are downloadable and more information about the RCSLT can be found here Interested candidates are invited to contact the CEO for an informal discussion by phoning 0207 378 3007.

The expectation is that the successful applicant would shadow the incumbent Honorary Treasurer from Board approval in early 2018 and then formally assume office from the RCSLT’s Annual General Meeting on 4 October 2018, for a three year term, which may be renewable.

The closing date is 20 November 2017 and you will be informed if you have been short-listed for interview by 30 November. Interviews will be at our London offices on 13 December.

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