Oct 212019
 

Non-Executive Chair - The Football Foundation

Recruiter: The Football Foundation
Website: http://www.footballfoundation.org.uk
Location: London
Salary: Non-remunerated; expenses only
Posted: 18 Oct 2019
Closes: 11 Nov 2019
Job Function: Board Member, Chair, Chairman, Non Executive Chair, Non Executive Director, Trustees
Industry: Charities, Hospitality / Leisure, Fitness / Sport, Sport
Position Type: Permanent

The Premier League, the FA and the Government’s charity, the Football Foundation, is the largest sports charity in the UK – with an annual budget of c. £72 million, which is invested into grassroots football. The prime objective of the Foundation is to deliver the National Football Facilities Strategy, a targeted investment into local grassroots football facilities to improve the quality and experience of playing at this level, while improving lives and strengthening communities.

The Foundation is seeking to appoint a senior, altruistically-minded figure to chair its non-remunerated Board of Trustees, which comprises influential figures from across football who are dedicated to supporting the national game at the grassroots level.

Role

  • Chair four meetings of the Board of Trustees per calendar year. Promote the highest standards of governance and transparency, ensuring that the Board fulfils its responsibilities for the governance of the charity.
  • Together with the Board and the Chief Executive, determine the strategic direction of the Foundation and set policy.
  • Represent the Foundation, as appropriate and required, at official events.

Person

  • Experience of chairing a Board at the highest level and a track record of running a substantial business or comparable organisation.
  • Top-level communication skills, confident public speaker able to manage the media in all its forms.
  • Comfortable acting as an Ambassador for the Foundation.
  • Working knowledge and genuine interest in the charitable sector; an interest in sports and an understanding of the inter-relationships between Sports Governing Bodies in the UK

This is an opportunity to make a major contribution to football at the grassroots level. If you are interested in becoming the Foundation’s Non-executive Chair, please download the Information Pack from this page or visit our website.

The closing date is: Sunday 10 November 2019 (midnight).

Supporting documents

Oct 212019
 

Lay Commissioner - Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC)

Recruiter: Ministry of Justice
Location: London
Salary: Remuneration
Posted: 20 Oct 2019
Closes: 18 Nov 2019
Job Function: Lay Member
Industry: Public, Central Government

Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC)

Vacancy for a Lay Commissioner with responsibility for Welsh matters

Reference PAT150085

It is widely acknowledged that our judiciary is among the very best in the world, unrivalled for its integrity, professionalism and independence. As a Commissioner, you will be supporting the Commission’s important role in ensuring appointment to the judiciary is based on merit from the broadest possible pool of talent. You will represent the Commission’s work in Wales and with the Welsh Government.

We are seeking candidates with the utmost integrity, excellent judgement and interpersonal skills to join the Commission Board and assist in the most senior judicial appointments. You will bring your experience and judgement to bear on a range of important strategy, governance and policy issues. You will have knowledge and understanding of the particular requirements of Wales and on current developments, both in relation to devolution generally and the administration of justice in Wales. Lay Commissioners cannot be members of the judiciary, legal profession, Justices of the Peace, or a lay member of a tribunal, practised or been employed as a lawyer.

  • Location: London
  • Term of appointment: 3 years
  • Time commitment: 28 days per year
  • Remuneration: £338 per day

Full details at: https://publicappointments.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/

Oct 202019
 

Non-Executive Director - Oxford City Housing

Recruiter: Hays Client Branded
Location: Oxford
Salary: £12,000-14,000 per annum for around 16 days contribution
Posted: 18 Oct 2019
Closes: 01 Nov 2019
Ref: 3697466
Position/Level: Board
Responsibilities: Asset Management
Sector: Construction
Contract Type: Permanent
Language: English

Oxford City Housing was established to drive housing growth in the city, delivering both affordable and social rented homes and mixed tenure housing developments at scale. The city needs 28,000 new homes by 2031 and 3,500 households are on the local housing register. Oxfordshire as a whole needs 100,000 new homes. We are seizing the opportunity provided by changes in public sector borrowing regulations to embark on a large-scale development programme, bringing 2000 new homes to the city. We are now strengthening and diversifying our board with the appointment of two Non-Executive Directors.

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

It is important that our board is balanced in terms of skill set, professional background and diversity. We are looking for two Non-Executive Directors. One will be an experienced and professionally qualified finance director with experience in the housing development sector, either with a registered provider or a private sector developer. The second 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 Oxford/wider Oxfordshire housing development market.

This is a superb opportunity for you to use your expertise and experience, helping Oxford City Housing contribute to the city’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 delivering affordable, green housing supply in Oxford.

The closing date for applications is Monday 11th November 2019. For further information and to apply visit: hays.co.uk/jobs/oxford-city-housing

Oxford City Housing is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all members of the community.

Oct 202019
 

Non-Executive Director - Chair of the Finance and Business Committee - Kent Community NHS Foundation Trust

Recruiter: Harvey Nash Healthcare
Location: Kent (GB)
Salary: C. £13,000 Per Annum
Posted: 18 Oct 2019
Closes: 01 Nov 2019
Ref: A024129
Position/Level: Board
Responsibilities: Accounting, Analyst, Finance, Strategy
Sector: Healthcare
Contract Type: Part-time
Language: English

As one of the largest and best performing community health providers in the NHS, Kent Community NHS Foundation Trust serves approximately 2 million people across Kent, East Sussex and London. The opportunity for a new Non-Executive Director to join the Board is a highly attractive one. We are at a very exciting stage in our development and are looking for high calibre candidates who can make a real impact to our organisation and reflect our We CARE Values: Compassionate, Aspirational, Responsive, and Excellent., alongside a genuine commitment to patients, the promotion of excellent health care services, and partnership working.

You will bring a demonstrable track record of success within financial, accountancy or banking settings, and an understanding of how to work effectively in large complex organisations. A recognised financial qualification in accountancy or banking is essential. The successful candidate will Chair the Board’s Finance Committee that guides our long term investment and financial strategy.

We value and promote diversity and are particularly keen to attract candidates who might bring diverse perspectives and inclusive characteristics. We welcome expressions of interest from the widest possible range of backgrounds particularly those who are underrepresented at Board level in the NHS.

These are exceptional opportunities to apply your talent and expertise to make a positive difference to the large and dispersed population served by the Trust. If you feel you have the skills to make a difference, and your values and ambitions match ours then our retained advisors Harvey Nash would love to hear from you.

For a confidential discussion on the role please contact Simon Green, Director, or Johnny Townson, Principal Researcher, on +44(0)20 7333 1429.

Oct 192019
 

4 Non-Executive Directors - Chorus Education Trust

Recruiter: Academy Ambassadors
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Salary: Unpaid/voluntary
Posted: 14 Oct 2019
Closes: 14 Nov 2019
Ref: Chorus Education Trust
Job role: NED/Trustee
Sector: Education and training
Contract type: Contract
Hours: Part time

Chorus Education Trust seeks to recruit four non-executive directors to the board, which currently oversees three secondary academies and has plans to expand further in the future. In December last year Westfield School in Sheffield joined the trust and in September this year Hope Valley College joined the trust: both schools were deemed inadequate by Ofsted when then joined.

The trust team are currently working with both schools, sharing skills and experience to build capacity and quality. Early evidence is encouraging, but clearly there is much more to do. The trust seeks professionals who are keen to work with the trust’s team and make a strong contribution to consolidating the trust’s position and developing the trust into its next phase. Board meetings are held in the Sheffield area.

About the trust

Chorus Education Trust started as Silverdale Multi-Academy Trust, with Silverdale School at its centre. Silverdale School is based in state-of-the-art buildings in south-west Sheffield. It is considerably oversubscribed and includes a highly successful sixth form; over 30 languages are spoken across the diverse and rich community.

Chorus Education Trust now served almost three-and-a half-thousand students (some of whom come of areas of disadvantage) and employs over 300 staff. The annual budget is approximately £20 million.

The trust’s Teaching School - one of the biggest in the country - was designated as one of the first

Teaching Schools in 2012 and sits at the heart of the Sheffield Teaching School Alliance (STSA). It has a large, cross-phase, nationally-recognised School Direct Teacher Training Programme in conjunction with Sheffield Hallam University, providing Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) and a fully developed programme of professional development for existing teachers.

Plans for the future

Four key challenges for the trust over the next 12-24 months are:

  • Consolidating the trust’s position, now that it has three secondary schools. Ensuring each school is stable and growing in line with the trust’s strategic plans.
  • Building additional capacity and skill in the new board as several new trustees join at the same time.
  • Further improving the performance of Westfield School and Hope Valley College.
  • Management of finance and funding.

Trust ethos & values

The trust aims to be highly inclusive and aspirational for its students - with a strong emphasis on outstanding teaching and learning.

URL to full mission statement https://www.chorustrust.org/aboutus

Role summary

Number of positions advertised: 4 Roles 1 to 4 – Trustee/Non-Executive Director

Trustees – or non-executive directors - are both charity trustees and company directors of the academy trust. The core functions of their roles are: ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction; holding executive leaders to account for the educational and financial performance of a charitable company funded by the public purse.

The board of trustees manages the business of the academy trust and may exercise all the powers of the trust in compliance with its charitable objects, company and charity law.

Non-executive directors will be responsible for maintaining stability and the management of a dynamic structure. The role also includes contributing to financial planning for sustainability and potential growth and holding the CEO/CFO to account.

In the interests of safeguarding (and in accordance with DfE requirements) all new trustees will be subject to an enhanced disclosure and barring service check.

Person specification

The trust seeks professionals who are keen to share their specialist skills in a broad strategic context to help build further on its strong reputation and further raise standards in the sponsored academies. This may require some trustees to join working parties (along with fellow trustees and trust staff) to target specific projects, in order to challenge and support the trust’s leaders.

Every trustee is expected to abide by the trust’s code of conduct and the seven principles of public life seven principles of public life set out by Lord Nolan: selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.

The Competency Framework for Governance (DfE) 2017 details the knowledge, skills and behaviours required for effective governance:
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/583733/Competency_framework_for_governance_.pdf

The strategic expertise required for this role includes:

  • Essential (due to multiple roles, candidates may be accepted who possess one or more of the skills below)
    • CFO/ Finance
    • CEO/General Management
    • HR
    • IT/technology
    • Risk
  • Desirable
    • Change Management
    • Growth Management
    • Non-executive director
    • Corporate Governance

The trust seeks pro-active people who will prepare thoroughly for the meetings and are able to contribute to specific projects/working parties as necessary, working closely with other trustees and employees. Senior experience in either the public or business sector is welcomed.

Time commitment

Board meetings are held every half term (= 6 meetings a year) and are held on Thursday evenings starting at 6 pm and run for 2 hours. The trust has two sub-committees (Resources & Finance and Education Standards) to which some trustees are invited to join. For those with more time available, there will be the opportunity to bring challenge and support to working parties to drive improvements further and help the board understand the day-to-day challenges.

An induction programme will be devised to meet individual needs but this may be in conjunction with other newly appointed trustees. It is expected that trustees would need to devote around 8 hours per month minimum which would include reading papers and attending meetings as well as any training and follow-up.

Location of board meetings and trust website

Silverdale School, Bents Crescent, Sheffield, S11 9QH
https://www.chorustrust.org/
Governance structure

https://www.chorustrust.org/trustees

Background on academy trusts

Academy schools, which are charities run independently of local authority control, now account for 74% of secondary schools and 31% 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 832 multi academy trusts of 3+ 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.

“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 (2019)

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.

Applications

Academy Ambassadors is a non-profit programme 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 academyambassadors@newschoolsnetwork.org. 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 www.academyambassadors.org.

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: Friday 15th November 2019

Interviews: TBC

Oct 192019
 

Trustee - The Sikh Channel

Organisation: The Sikh Channel
Reference:
Vacancy Type: Trustee
Deadline: 5th November 2019
Region: Nation Wide

Vacancy Details

Sikh Channel is the world's first 24/7 free-to-air television channel specifically made for the global Sikh Community.

Starting in 2010, the Sikh Channel has grown from a fledgling start-up channel to what is now an established, free-to-air, broadcaster catering to diverse communities around the world. We have 4 million viewers globally, thanks in part to our added presence in Canada on Rogers TV and Bell Fibe as well as our established bases in the UK and India.

The channel boasts millions of additional viewers online as our website provides free access to the channel 24/7 to anyone anywhere. We also have our own apps, meaning that for the first time in history, a Sikh faith channel is available in any part of the world on most Smart TVs.

Sikh Channel's Trust Board is now looking to recruit additional Trustees to be Non-Executive Directors, tasked with shaping the future direction and projects of the Channel as well as assisting with the fundraising aims and projects of Sikh Channel Aid and ensuring good governance.

We, therefore, need experienced members of the public to join our Board. We are particularly keen to recruit members who have one or more of the following skills:

  • Governance
  • Experience of working in media
  • International aid work
  • Compliance

These are voluntary positions although travel to meetings and out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed.

To apply for a trustee position and a place on Sikh Channel's Trust Board, please send a covering letter outlining why you consider yourself to be suitable and the reasons for your interest in the role, along with your CV and full contact details (including daytime and evening telephone numbers) to:

Sharon.charlton@sikhchannel.tv

Sikh Channel will then send you further information on becoming a trustee.

Advert Start Date: 16th October 2019
Contact Telephone Number: 01213801050
Contact Name: Sharon Charlton
Contact E-mail: sharon.charlton@sikhchannel.tv
Url: www.sikhchannel.tv

Oct 192019
 

Non-Executive Director - St Leger Homes

Location: Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Posted: 16/10/2019 (12:03)
Agency: Brewster Partners

The Company

St Leger Homes manages Doncaster's 20,000 council homes and provides a range of innovative additional services to support the tenant community.

We are a high performing organisation and are recognised as such. We operate as Doncaster Council's award winning social housing company. A proud and passionate organisation providing homes in neighbourhoods that people are proud to live in.

As an Arm's Length Management Organisation (ALMO) we provide services on behalf of Doncaster Council and have an excellent relationship with both the Executive team members and local Councillors.

We're delighted that we recently signed a new management agreement which means we will continue to manage Doncaster's council housing until 31st March 2024. We also recently launched an ambitious Corporate Plan setting out our vision for the next five years.

We had over two thousand ideas and comments from tenants, staff and partners from our consultation events around the borough which demonstrates both our reach and our engagement with our communities. We won one national award and were shortlisted for seven further awards during the last twelve months - and alongside this we also secured a number of important accreditations.

We have been awarded the highest health and safety rating from the British Safety Council for the eighth year in a row - and we have also received our Customer Service Excellence re-accreditation from the Government for the ninth consecutive year. 2019 also marks the centenary of council housing being introduced in the UK - we are delighted to have been raising awareness of this throughout the year.

We remain a good performing, mid-to-low cost housing provider, but we aren't being complacent. We continue to aim high as an organisation, transforming our services, tackling challenges and adding to the experience by adding new Board members and tenant representatives.

The Role

The role of the Board Member will be to effectively contribute to decision-making at Board level, providing an independent viewpoint and challenge, in order to contribute to the strategic vision and operational focus to deliver sustainable organisational development. The time commitment for this role will be approximately 2 days per month. We are looking for individuals who have the following skills or come from the following employment background:-

  • Finance
  • Legal
  • HR/Organisational Development
  • Housing background
  • Public Sector or Voluntary Organisation background
  • Have an awareness of Doncaster / South Yorkshire issues.

The Candidate

The successful applicant will join a highly motivate and capable Board who are all individually and collectively committed to providing the best services for the tenants of Doncaster's council homes.

As part of their Board responsibilities, candidates will be required to attend 6 Board Meetings per annum (held bi-monthly), 2 Board Strategic Planning Away Days per annum as well as joining a sub-committee of the Board which meets 4 times per annum.

All new Board members are fully supported in fulfilling their role and will also receive training and be supported by our Executive Directors. To apply, candidates must meet the following criteria

  • Be over 18 years of age
  • Not be employed by St Leger Homes or Doncaster Council.
  • Not be a Doncaster Council Councillor

For further information or to apply please contact Sarah Metcalfe of Brewster McBride Search & Selection on 01302 308 040 smetcalfe@brewsterpartners.co.uk 

Brewster McBride Search & Selection is a division of the Brewster Partners Recruitment Group focusing on the recruitment of executive talent. Please visit our website at for more details about how we may be able to assist you in your job search.

Oct 192019
 

Trustee - Friends of the Geffrye Museum

Organisation: Friends of the Geffrye Museum
Reference: Social Media Coordinator
Vacancy Type: Trustee
Deadline: 17th November 2019
Region:London

Vacancy Details

To prepare for the Museum's reopening, and for a more digitally engaged future, the Friends have undertaken a communications review which has identified the need for new social media campaigns. We are seeking someone to fill a new Trustee role to lead the devising and running these campaigns.

The Social Media Coordinator will be supported by our Communications Working Group and responsible for ensuring that our current Facebook and Twitter accounts are regularly refreshed with suitable engaging material.

They will also be responsible for establishing our presence on other platforms. Experience of planning social media campaigns and familiarity with several social media platforms is required.

Advert Start Date: 17th October 2019
Contact Telephone Number: 07747024394
Contact Name: sarah martin
Contact E-mail: sarahmartinn7@googlemail.com
Url: www.fotgm.org

Oct 182019
 

Chair - The Cabinet Office

Recruiter: The Cabinet Office
Location: Nationwide
Salary: A non-pensionable honorarium of £8,000 is payable
Posted: 16 Oct 2019
Closes: 27 Oct 2019
Job Function: Chair
Industry: Public

The Chair leads the Committee to act independently to advise Government and former Ministers on its decisions under the Rules. Applications are assessed case-by-case on their individual merits. This is a high profile Committee, which attracts considerable public and media interest.

The Committee is supported by a Secretariat, which currently consists of 3 team members and sits within the Civil Service Commission, to remain independent of its sponsoring department – the Cabinet Office.

The Chair is appointed by the Prime Minister for a five year non-renewable term.

Legitimate expenses, including travel and subsistence costs, will be paid.

In addition, all members of the Committee must:

  • ensure they understand their duties, rights and responsibilities, and that they are familiar with the function and role of ACOBA and any relevant statements of government policy. New Committee members will be briefed on these issues by the Secretariat;
  • ensure they act in accordance with the Code of Practice for members and the Seven Principles of Public Life;
  • comply with any rules set by the Committee regarding remuneration and allowances, the reimbursement of expenses and the acceptance of gifts and hospitality; and
  • not misuse information gained in the course of their public service for personal gain or for political purpose, nor seek to use the role of public service to promote their private interests or those of closely connected persons, firms, businesses or other organisations.

Person Specification

All candidates must demonstrate, in their CV and supporting letter, how they meet the following criteria, through their knowledge, skills and experience.

Due to the nature and high profile of ACoBA, the work and decisions often attract considerable public and media interest. The candidate should therefore be someone of outstanding integrity and be open to considering how the role and purpose of ACoBA could be reviewed and clarified to assure the public they can have full confidence in appropriate challenges and decisions.

Essential criteria

We are seeking to recruit an experienced non-executive Committee member who can demonstrate competencies in the following areas:

  • Ability to lead a diverse team of influential people, and a personal style that demonstrates authority and inspires trust and confidence;
  • Excellent judgment, together with the ability to command the confidence of Parliament and the public, and
  • Ministers, civil servants and other Crown servants subject to the Business Appointment Rules;
  • Ability to analyse complex information from a range of sources, identify key issues and make objective and balanced decisions on complex issues.
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral);
  • Experience of acting with autonomy and resilience in the face of external pressures; and
  • Personal integrity and strength of character.

Desirable criteria

  • Experience of dealing with conflicts of interest

Additional Information

For this post, a person cannot be appointed as a Committee Member if he or she is employed in the civil service of the state, has unspent criminal convictions, is subject to bankruptcy, or disqualification as a company director. There must be no employment restrictions, or limit on your permitted stay in the UK.

How to Apply

In order for us to progress your application please submit the following completed documentation:

  • A Curriculum Vitae with your education, professional qualifications and full employment history
  • An accompanying Supporting Letter (maximum 2 A4 pages) – setting out your suitability for the role and how you meet the essential and desirable skills set out in the person specification – please ensure your full name is clearly noted at the top of your letter.
  • Equal opportunities monitoring form – this form will not be disclosed to the panel involved in assessing your application.
  • Political activity form
  • Conflicts of interest declaration
  • Details of any public appointments currently held
  • Names and contact details of two referees who may be contacted if you are shortlisted for interview
  • Disability Confident – Offering an interview to disabled people declaration (if applicable)
    Sections 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are enclosed in a separate Monitoring Forms document.

Please send all the above required application documents to: ACOBArecruitment@cabinetoffice.gov.uk

If you are unable to email your application, you can send it in the post to:

Propriety and Ethics Team
Room 208
Cabinet Office
70 Whitehall/1 Horse Guards Road
London SW1A 2HQ

Please note that applications may be passed, in confidence, to the Commissioner for Public Appointments (CPA) and the Commissioner’s auditors for the purposes of complaints investigation and audit (4.4 of the Governments Govern

Attachments

This post is regulated by The Commissioner for Public Appointments

Oct 182019
 

Chair - Sovereign Housing Group

Recruiter: Sovereign Housing Group
Location: Basingstoke
Salary: Competitive
Posted: 16 Oct 2019
Closes: 06 Nov 2019
Job Function: Chair
Industry: Charities, Construction / Property

Sovereign is one of the largest housing associations in the country. With deep connections to our communities, we manage more than 58,000 homes across the south, south west and Isle of Wight. We’re also one of the largest providers of new and much-needed affordable homes in the sector. We’re driven by our social purpose, where our residents are at the heart of everything we do and our ambition is to provide more homes, better places and excellent services.

While we’re not-for-profit – with every penny reinvested in homes and services – we are a major business. With the financial clout of a FTSE-250 business, we combine our financial and organisational strength, along with funding from government, banking and capital markets, to maximise our social impact.

Our fantastic people, good reputation and strong financial and organisational foundations mean we can do even more as we work towards achieving our ambitious five-year strategy.

Our current Chair, Gordon Holdcroft will be leaving us in 2020 as he reaches his maximum term in office following an extended period of outstanding service. We’re seeking an exceptional individual to step into the Non-Executive role of Chair of Board and take our organisation on the next stage of its journey. This is a challenging and high-profile role requiring a strong and commercially-astute leader who is highly regarded, influential and people orientated.

We are looking for someone with substantial board level experience as an executive or non-executive in large complex consumer facing organisations. The incoming Chair will bring strong commercial and financial awareness with the ability to listen, engage and inspire as well as analyse performance, financial and other business information in organisations with a diverse range of activities, objectives and stakeholders. Potential candidates will be strongly aligned to Sovereign’s culture and values, demonstrating a collaborative, enabling leadership style and a deep and authentic commitment to generating social value.

Saxton Bampfylde Ltd is acting as an employment agency advisor to Sovereign on this appointment. Candidates should apply for this role through our website at www.saxbam.com/appointments, using code JAHAE. Click on the ‘apply’ button and follow the instructions to upload a CV and cover letter.

The closing date for applications is noon on Wednesday 6 November 2019.