Oct 312020
 

Governor (Research Experience) - The Legal Education Foundation (TLEF)

Recruiter: The Legal Education Foundation (TLEF)
Location: London
Salary: Unremunerated
Posted: 29 Oct 2020
Closes: 23 Nov 2020
Job Function: Governor
Industry: Education

The vision of The Legal Education Foundation (TLEF) is of a society that fosters the principles of justice and fairness, where people understand and use law to bring about positive change and to prevent harm, and where public systems and structures uphold the rule of law.

Collecting and learning from robust evidence is key to understanding the context in which we work and to designing effective interventions and structures. In the light of this, the Governors of the Foundation have identified the value of adding to the board a Governor with senior research experience.

The successful candidate would serve on the Board of the Foundation and would also act as the Foundation’s representative on an advisory board in the development of a new strategic initiative, The Justice Lab UK. This will seek to address the urgent and important need to support a culture of commitment to the use of evidence in the design and operation of the justice system.

TLEF are keen to hear from individuals with demonstrable experience of successfully translating evidence into policy and practice. They will be creative, tenacious and have a positive approach to making things happen. Experience in legal and justice system research is desirable, as is a first-hand understanding of the not-for-profit or grant making sectors. Importantly, candidates will be able to demonstrate a strong commitment to the Foundation’s vision, mission and values, founded on an interest in law and the purpose of law for social good.

For further details, including job description, person specification and information on how to apply, please see https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies/ quoting reference 4821. All telephone enquiries, in the first instance, should be directed to Cara Hirst +44 (0) 20 7340 6253 or Cara.Hirst@perrettlaver.com. The deadline for applications is Monday 23rd November at noon (GMT).

Applications should include:

  1. A full curriculum vitae;
  2. A covering note of c.500 words, setting out relevant experience and interest;
  3. Names and contact details of two referees.

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Oct 272020
 

Independent Members - Church of England Diocese in Europe

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

Church of England Diocese in Europe - Diocesan Safeguarding Advisory Committee: Independent Members

The Diocese in Europe is looking for experienced, senior safeguarding professionals to work with us as independent members of the Diocese’s Safeguarding Advisory Committee.

The Diocesan Safeguarding Advisory Committee (DSAC) provides advice, strategic support and guidance to the Diocesan Bishop and his staff in respect of the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults across our chaplaincies in 42 countries across Europe. Committee members are also sometimes asked to advise to the Bishop and the Diocesan staff about action to be taken in difficult safeguarding cases. The Committee is responsible for reviewing safeguarding cases retrospectively in order to identify any lessons that need to be learned.

DSAC membership consists of senior Diocesan representatives, and independent safeguarding professionals who bring an external perspective to enhance the level of scrutiny and transparency provided by the DSAC. They provide challenge and support. This is a unique opportunity to contribute to safeguarding in an international church context, with the chance to make a real difference in developing the future strategy of the organisation.

Skills and Experience:

External members must have extensive, current or recent child protection or adult safeguarding experience at a senior level in a statutory, voluntary or private organisation. We would be particularly interested in hearing from anyone who has experience of safeguarding in an international context, people who have experience working with survivors of abuse, and anyone with direct experience of working with refugees and asylum seekers. It is expected that External members are available to chair Diocesan “core groups”, which are responsible for investigating serious safeguarding matters in relation to Church Officers in the Diocese.

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

Further Information:

These are voluntary, unremunerated positions. The DSAC meets on a quarterly basis. It is likely that these meetings are likely to be held via video conferencing for the foreseeable future. Meetings are normally 2 hours in duration. Reasonable UK travel expenses will be met. The Diocese will offer a period of induction and support together with access to training and development. The Diocese of Europe brings together over 300 Anglican congregations in 42 countries across Europe, Russia, Turkey and Morocco. For more information see our website at: www.europe.anglican.org

To express interest:

Please submit a covering letter and CV, detailing your suitability and experience for these roles via email to europe.safeguarding@churchofengland.org by Friday, 6 November 2020.

Oct 262020
 

Board Member - Pop Up Projects

Nationally active and internationally reputable children’s literature agency and Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation invites up to four new members with senior / executive-level experience to join our Board of Non-Executive Directors as we approach our tenth anniversary. Areas of expertise sought are Philanthropy, Marketing, Publishing and Law. This is a volunteer position.

Pop Up is a nationally active and internationally reputable non-profit social enterprise and Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation, established 2011. We deliver imaginative, collaborative and ambitious programmes which transform lives through literature, especially through working with people in deprived places and challenging circumstances.

Since 2011 we have provided rich, sustained and artist-led literary experiences - including 7,000 hours of author workshops, 50,000 books to schools, 3,500 trained teachers - for over 100,000 disadvantaged and excluded children and young people. Through this work we have cultivated passionate readers and motivated creative writers in some of the most challenged communities in the UK, many on the frontline of austerity. We’re also investing in the next generation of writers and illustrators by supporting talented aspiring and emerging voices.

Find out more about our work at www.pop-up.org.uk and www.pathways-org.com.

THE ROLE OF OUR BOARD

The Board’s primary, statutory remit is to review and question, advise on and enhance key areas of the company’s work including:

  • Vision, mission, aims, objectives
  • Impact and legacies
  • Business planning including fundraising
  • Financial projections and accounts
  • Policy development
  • Legal matters

The secondary, and perhaps more important, role our Board is three-fold:

  • To contribute to fundraising both actively and in an advisory capacity, especially as part of our 10-Year Anniversary Campaign;
  • To support the Executive & Creative Director and his team in developing and producing the best possible outcomes for our beneficiaries and stakeholders, particularly by contributing professional expertise, insight and connections to enhance those outcomes;
  • To contribute to the development of longer term plans and projections, to better articulate our goals for the future while building a sustainable and thriving enterprise, more capable of projecting and therefore mitigating risk.

While the core of our work is driven by charitable aims, we are an entrepreneurial organisation and want to think more commercially. Our Board helps cultivate and sustain an ethos where enterprise and innovation - coupled with a strong approach to risk mitigation - are positively encouraged.

JOINING THE BOARD

We are seeking expressions of interest from individuals who would like to join our Board. At the moment, we are especially interested in persons with expertise in the following areas:

  • Philanthropy, specifically in the areas of donor cultivation from high net-worth individuals, smaller-scale donations schemes, and/or fundraising events
  • Marketing and brand strategy
  • Publishing, specifically at a senior level and ideally in children’s publishing, with strong connections across the sector
  • Law, a senior partner in a corporate or independent / family law firm

Anyone joining our Board will be passionate about and committed to transforming the lives of children and young people through creative opportunities, advocating for arts-based approaches to education, and ensuring there is greater inclusion and minority representation in literature. Board Directors may also be called upon from time to time to speak at events about the organisation and its work.

We are striving to ensure gender parity and inclusivity at Board level and therefore welcome expressions of interest from a broad diversity of individuals, especially BAME applicants.

Please see the full Job Description here, which includes information on expected time commitment, our vision, mission, aims & values, and the application process.

Apply via this link by submitting an ‘expression of interest’ letter that addresses the following:

  1. your professional history and areas of expertise you might bring to the Board,
  2. what knowledge, experience or interest you have in the non-profit or charitable sector,
  3. any personal qualities, passions and ideas you might bring to the organisation,
  4. why you want to champion the values and aims of our organisation.

If you’d like to discuss this opportunity first, please call our Executive Director, Dylan on 07970 176557.

Oct 262020
 

Non-Executive Director - The Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS)

Recruiter: The Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS)
Location: Nationwide
Salary: Not Specified
Posted: 25 Oct 2020
Closes: 15 Nov 2020
Job Function: Non-Executive Director

Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS), with c440,000 members, and more than £68 billion in assets, is one of the largest private pension schemes in the UK and in the top 50 worldwide. Established in 1974, USS is entrusted by c340 higher education institutions to manage and administer the pension scheme and its investments through Universities Superannuation Scheme Limited (USSL) and its wholly owned subsidiary USS Investment Management Limited. USSL is the trustee of USS and is led by a Board of directors comprised of 3 directors appointed by the University and College Union (UCU), 4 directors appointed by Universities UK (UUK), and 5 independent directors.

Given the recent expiry of the term of office of one of the directors appointed by UCU, UCU invites applications for a director to join the Board of USSL as one of the 3 directors appointed to the Board by UCU.

The Board has significant responsibilities for the governance and oversight of a business providing complex operational and advisory functions within a heavily regulated environment. All Board members therefore require exceptional strategic thinking, leadership, communication, influencing, teamwork and decision-making skills.

The successful candidate will have the following core competencies:

  • Industrial relations: Good understanding of the complex HE industrial relations landscape; awareness of the broad range of member views in relation to the USS scheme. Willingness to work with and engage with UCU in order to understand UCU’s views.
  • Stakeholder management: Ability to manage complex stakeholder relationships and build buy-in and consensus views on difficult topics.
  • HE Sector and governance: An understanding of the HE sector, its economics and of governance structures of HE institutions.
  • Corporate governance/experience of governing bodies: Experience as an executive/non-executive director/ trustee of a complex organisation charity, or member of governing body of a substantial institution or organisation (including within the HE sector).
  • Strategy: Skilled in developing and delivering strategies at enterprise/ divisional level; Understanding of challenges faced by the USS Scheme and the context within which it operates.

There are also certain additional skillsets which are considered to be desirable. Further details are available in the full role profile.

Time Commitment: Approximately 30 days per annum, plus c2-3 days per annum to engage with UCU

Duration: An initial term of office of 4 years with the possibility of reappointment

Fee: Available on request. Reasonable travel and subsistence expenses are reimbursable.

For further information and an application form, please contact Christine Haswell by email to CHaswell@UCU.ORG.UK. Interested candidates should submit the completed form accompanied by their CV to Christine Haswell – by email to CHaswell@UCU.ORG.UK, or in writing to Christine Haswell at University and College Union Carlow Street London NW1 7LH. The closing date for applications is 15 November 2020.

Oct 222020
 

Chair - Hospice UK

Recruiter: Hospice UK
Location: London
Salary: Voluntary
Posted: 13 Oct 2020
Closes: 02 Nov 2020
Job Function: Chair
Industry: Charities, Health

Hospice UK, the national charity working for those experiencing dying, death and bereavement is seeking a new chair. We believe that everyone, no matter who they are, where they are or why they are ill, should receive the best possible care at the end of their life.

We work for the benefit of people affected by death and dying, collaborating with our hospice members and other partners who work in end of life care. Our hospice members influence and guide our work to put people at the centre of all we do.

Our chair will identify with our vision and be able to commit their time and expertise to achieving it. A skilled networker and negotiator, they will use their skills to win trust and build the strategic relationships with key decision makers and partners that are needed to deliver the organisation’s strategy and goals.

This is a unique opportunity to lead hospice and palliative care through a time of unprecedented change. To speak out to address the inequalities that exist in our society for those at the end of their life and to stop many more people dying without getting the help and support they need at the time they need it the most.

To apply

More information about the duties and responsibilities of the role are detailed in the role description and candidate information pack.

If you wish to play a key role in addressing the inequalities at the end of life that exist in our society, please forward your CV and covering letter outlining why you would like to be the chair of Hospice UK to recruitment@hospiceuk.org

We value equality and diversity, and strive to be inclusive. We recognise the benefit of having people from a range of backgrounds, heritages, ages, experiences and skills in our organisation.

We particularly welcome applicants from people with disabilities, Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds and LGBT+ as these are currently under represented on our board.

The deadline for applications is noon Monday 2 November 2020. Interview dates are to be confirmed.

Job Description:

Oct 222020
 

Non-Executive Director/Trustee - Cumbria Education Trust

Could you be an Academy Ambassador in Cumbria?

Cumbria Education Trust seeks three non-executives/directors to join its board.

The Academy Ambassadors programme brings the expertise of the business world onto boards at multi-academy trusts (MATs) throughout the country to raise standards of education and improve the life chances of young people, which is critical to our social and economic success.

The opportunity

Cumbria Education Trust is a growing multi academy trust for primary and secondary schools in Cumbria. It was formed in September 2015 in response to an invitation from the Department for Education. CET is a not-for-profit charitable organisation. The trust currently has 11 schools - 8 primary and 3 secondary schools. Due to strategic succession planning the board is seeking to appoint up to three new trustee/non-executive directors possessing skills in HR, Marketing/communications and Charity or Health experience. Board meetings are held in Carlisle and remotely through Microsoft Teams; applicants of all faiths and of none are welcomed.

The board seeks three business leaders with expertise in:

  • Human Resources or
  • Marketing/communications or
  • Charity or Health experience

As a key member of the board you will support the trust in achieving the following over the next 12 – 24 months:

  • Raising standards, opportunities and aspirations across the trust;
  • Delivering consistent, effective, coherent and pro-active support services across the trust;
  • Refine and develop the trust's future growth strategy;
  • Developing effective governance at all levels across the trust.

What’s involved?

Board governance in education is a strategic, ‘eyes on, hands off’ commitment which typically involves attending c. six board meetings per year/6-8 hours’ time per month.

You will be responsible for:

  • Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
  • Holding executive leaders to account for the educational performance of the organisation and its pupils, and the effective and efficient performance management of staff; and
  • Overseeing the financial performance of the organisation and making sure its money is well spent
  • As an Academy Ambassador, you will join our ambassador network which provides resources, guidance, networking events and webinars to support you in your role. All roles are pro bono.

What next?

Please register your interest now to be considered for the role.

A full trust specification is available here: Cumbria Education Trust - FINAL - October 2020.docx

Please be aware the closing date may change if we have received sufficient applications.

Part-time hours: 2 per week

Application deadline: 27/11/2020

Oct 212020
 

Trustees - Cast

Recruiter: Brewster Partners
Location: Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Salary: This is an unpaid voluntary role and expenses may be reimbursed
Posted: 20 Oct 2020
Closes: 13 Nov 2020
Ref: AEB/EA/10/20
Position/Level: Board
Responsibilities: Governance
Sector: Creative, Hospitality / Events, Not for Profit / Charity, Travel & Leisure
Contract Type: Voluntary / Trustee
Language: English

The Company

Cast, launched in 2013, is the anchor of Doncaster’s Cultural and Civic Quarter. In a short time we have significantly contributed to the cultural life of the town, presenting shows on stage, delivering participation and outreach activities for people of all ages and experience, supporting the development of artists, offering outdoor performance and community based projects.

Cast is a charity. Our venue exists as an arts centre with community at its heart and we work closely with our civic partners in the town and artistic peer organisations across the country (including the National Theatre, English Touring Theatre and Royal Ballet) to deliver productions and other activities that benefit the communities of Doncaster.

The Job

We are now looking to appoint a number of new Trustees to support the Chief Executive and Chair throughout these challenging times and beyond. The Trustees provide oversight, scrutiny, support and challenge to help the professional team at Cast to ensure its continued success. Trustees help ensure that Cast operates within the parameters of its strategy and business plan and that it is run in a transparent and equitable manner.

The Person

We welcome applications from anyone inspired to give their time to this unique opportunity and we are particularly keen to hear from individuals with skills or experience in the following sectors:

  • Performing Arts
  • Education
  • Frontline service - Tourism, Catering, Hospitality
  • Environmental sustainability

The Benefits

These roles are voluntary (though travel expenses may be reimbursed). There are usually four meetings a year but more information about the time commitment expected of Trustees is in the information pack.

Contact

Anne Brady
Retained Projects Director
Brewster Partners Recruitment Group

M: 07890 594 527
E: abrady@brewsterpartners.co.uk

Applications

For more information about this role, please contact abrady@brewsterpartners.co.uk for a candidate information pack.

To apply for this job, please send a letter of application (no longer than two sides of A4) stating why you’d like to join the Board and the relevant skills and experience that you would bring to the email above or to info@brewsterpartners.co.uk quoting "Vacancy: Trustees, Reference: AEB/C/13021".

 

Oct 152020
 

Non-Executive Director - Inverness College

Business / Organisation Name: Inverness College
Business / Organisation Sector: Public
Business / Organisation Website: https://www.inverness.uhi.ac.uk/about-us/board-of-management/
Business / Organisation Type: School, College or University
Role Title: Non-Executive Director
Remuneration: Expenses only

Role Description

Non-Executive Members of the Board of Management including Chair of Audit Committee

Inverness College UHI is one of the largest partners of the University of the Highlands and Islands, a partnership of 13 colleges and research institutions comprising Scotland’s newest university. As the UK’s leading tertiary education provider, we deliver both further education and higher education courses and that makes us different from traditional institutions. Through an innovative approach to learning and some of the best online learning technologies, we offer our students the complete learner journey, where they have choice and flexibility to study from access level right through to PhD.

Inverness College UHI is at the heart of the community and, working closely with businesses and stakeholders, our curriculum and research capacity is designed to meet the evolving needs of industry and to support the strengths and ambitions of the region. Through a personalised approach we help our students discover their right path, providing them with a combination of qualification and job-ready skills to succeed in the workplace.

Inverness College UHI is located at Inverness Campus, a growing hub for research, innovation and enterprise set within a 215-acre site.

We would love to hear from people who understand the value of education and training. You may never have considered a board position before, but your experience may be invaluable. We are very keen to increase the diversity of our Board and this may be a great opportunity for you as well as us! You must be enthusiastic and committed to helping the College achieve its ambitions for the future and willing to contribute to the strategic direction and the governance of the College. Good current and local knowledge of Inverness and the surrounding area is desirable. You will receive the support and training to learn the new skills you may require.

We are looking for a wide range of skills and experiences. However, applications are particularly invited from individuals with experience in the following areas-

  • Audit
  • Accountancy
  • Legal
  • School/Higher/Further Education
  • Risk Management
  • Entrepreneurial
  • Marketing/Media/PR

We specifically seek a new Chair for our Audit Committee. We are looking for an applicant who can ensure that our Audit Committee delivers its purpose outlined in the Audit Committee’s Terms of Reference and supports the effective governance of the Board.

The Board is committed to equality and diversity and to ensuring that our governing body represents the staff, students and community that it serves, and applications are particularly welcome from those groups who are under-represented on boards of public bodies such as women, disabled people, people aged under 50 and people from ethnic minorities. Successful appointees will be expected to undertake a Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme check.

A time commitment of approximately 5 hours per month is required. The role requires regular contact with the Chair, Board Secretary, Committee Chairs and the Principal as part of the ongoing good governance of the College; attendance at Board and Committee meetings; engaging with the wider UHI partnership and stakeholders on behalf of the College and attendance at a number of important internal and external events such as Graduation and Prize giving.

Appointments will be for four years in the first instance. We are also seeking to appoint co-opted members. Candidates must not be employees or students of the college.

The role is not remunerated; however, appropriate travel and subsistence costs will be paid.

Interested?

If you would like to know more about the role of the Board, please visit our website or contact our Chair - Sarah Burton at sarah.burton.ic@uhi.ac.uk.

We are holding a virtual open evening on Tuesday 3rd November 2020 between 6.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. to promote the work of the College and the Board and to provide information to candidates interested in the role. The Chair of the Board of Management and the Principal will be there to share their experiences about working on or with the Board of Management.

Application Details

To apply please visit our website at https://www.inverness.uhi.ac.uk/about-us/board-of-management/ where you will find the role description, applicant brief and an application form.

Completed application forms are to be returned by e-mail to the Secretary to the Board of Management (lisa.ross.ic@uhi.ac.uk) by 23.59pm on 9 November 2020.

Interviews will be held the w/c 16 November 2020

Closing Date: 09/11/2020
Contact Name: Lisa Ross
Contact Email: lisa.ross.ic@uhi.ac.uk

Oct 152020
 

Governor  - West London College

Business / Organisation Name: West London College and the Association of Colleges
Business / Organisation Sector: Public
Business / Organisation Type: School, College or University
Role Title: Governor
Remuneration: Expenses only

Role Description

Governor (Curriculum and Quality remit)

West London College is a large further and higher education college based across four campuses in the London boroughs of Ealing and Hammersmith and Fulham. We provide training and development for over 10,000 students from entry level to postgraduate and play a major role in improving lives, social mobility and economic success through education and skills development.

Under the auspices of a refreshed board and new senior leadership team, the college has been on a positive recovery journey over the last few years and now has an excellent platform for further success and impact. We have achieved all recent financial targets, developed a progressive new mission, vision and corporate values, and earned awards such as the Mayor’s Construction Academy Scheme kitemark status. We consistently work with our industry partners to ensure we develop the skills that Londoners need to enable them to be productive and prosperous.

We are now seeking a new Governor with a curriculum and quality remit to join our Corporation. This Governor will bring additional, effective support and challenge to ensure that our education and training programmes are delivered in a high-quality way, with continuous improvement and innovative practice.

Ideally, with a background in further education, schools or a transferrable education and skills environment, our successful candidate will have experience of high quality, impactful teaching and learning, along with the ambition and drive to promote excellent practice and embed aspiration. A strategic overview and cross-organisational perspective of quality improvement would be beneficial, while a passion for the transformational power of education is paramount. Prior Governor experience is not required as you will benefit from a well-supported induction and training programme.

Application Details

For more information please visit our dedicated microsite https://www.aoc-services.co.uk/current_opportunity/governor-opportunity-west-london-college/

For a confidential conversation about this opportunity please contact Bernie Cullen at AoC, on Bernie.Cullen@aoc.co.uk or at 07867 178735

Closing Date: 04/11/2020
Contact Name: Bernie Cullen
Contact Telephone: 07867 178735
Contact Email: Bernie.Cullen@aoc.co.uk

Oct 152020
 

External Trustees - Marjon Students’ Union

Marjon Students’ Union (MSU) is seeking an external and alumni trustee to join their trustee board.

MSU strives to be the Student Voice of a unique educational establishment and to further enhance student experience and cater to student needs, from representation, recreation, resistance, entertainment, to welfare. Its continuity, financial stability and academic and welfare services have served the institution and its students resolutely over the years and aspire to do so for many years to come.

Marjon Student Union is seeking to improve its Board diversity to ensure that a range of voices are heard and reflect the community of Plymouth Marjon University. As such we particularly welcome applications from people of the following backgrounds:

  • People of Colour
  • LGBT+
  • Women
  • Trans and Non-Binary
  • Disabled Applicants

For more details, please visit our website where you will be able to download the recruitment pack:

For further information or to arrange an informal discussion please e-mail Mick Davies, MSU General Manager, mdavies@marjon.ac.uk

To Apply

To apply please send a CV and a Covering Letter to Mick Davies, mdavies@marjon.ac.uk.

Closing date for applications is 12pm Friday 23rd October 2020

Interviews scheduled for w/c 26th October 2020

Remuneration

Trustees/Board members are not paid though reasonable expenses are met.

Person Specification

  • Essential
    • Experience of operating strategically and inputting into strategic plans
    • Experience of setting strategy, monitoring targets and scrutinising/evaluating performance
    • Experience of financial management and legal and compliance matters
    • Understanding and practical experience of governance, compliance and policy setting
    • Experience of operating as part of a successful team
    • Ability and willingness to devote the necessary time and effort to Marjon Student Union
    • Willingness to demonstrate the values of Marjon Student Union
  • Desirable
    • Knowledge of trusteeship and/or scrutiny overview
    • Understanding of Students’ Unions/Universities and the Higher Education sector
    • Understanding of relevant legislation in relation to students’ unions including the Charity Act 2010 and the Higher Education Act 1994
    • Experience of, or significant exposure to boards
    • An interest in Student Experience/Higher Education
    • Able to attend 4-6 meetings a year

Alumni Trustee To have left the university (student, officer or staff) before July 2017

Desirable

  1. Finance expertise; ideally with a knowledge of auditing small business and charities.
  2. Human Resource Management expertise; ideally in managing small charities.
  3. Legal expertise; ideally in contract law.
  4. Academia; ideally in/at a doctoral or professorial level fluent in HE industry with an interest in Student Voice & Student Experience issues.

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