Aug 202019
 

Non-Executive Director - Multinational wholesale and retail group

Recruiter: Simpson Judge
Published: 13th August 2019
Location: Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Category: Executive Appointments
Job Type: Permanent
Salary{ £12000 per annum

DESCRIPTION

The Company

A multinational wholesale and retail group with multiple sites in the UK and Asia. The current CEO is looking to add and additional board member with a focus on accountancy, banking, audit and remuneration within the group.

The Role

Working with the existing board of the CEO, Finance Director and 2 NEDs this role will require 12 days on site per year (6 Board meetings and 6 days working directly with the CEO and Finance Director) as well as Ad Hoc contact and advice via phone and email.

About You

Due to the focus of the role, this would suit a current, previous or retired Audit Partner from a Big 4 of Top 10 accountancy firm. Previous exposure to auditing multinational businesses would be a distinct advantage as would a strong network within banking, legal and other associated business services. Specific exposure to the retail/wholesale sector is not a prerequisite.

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Aug 152019
 

Non-Executive Director - East West Railway Company

Employer: East West Railway Company
Location: London initially, then based in the Oxford-Cambridge corridor
Basis: Permanent, part-time (15-20 days attendance per year)
Role Summary: Provide guidance, encouragement and support to the Leadership team, establishing a strong team empowered to deliver EWR Co.’s strategic aims and objectives

A little bit about us:

East West Rail is a proposed new rail link between Oxford, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Cambridge and potentially beyond. As part of the wider plans for this strategically important corridor, it is one of the most high-profile infrastructure projects in the UK today. The new railway will improve local connectivity and serve as a catalyst for economic development and the creation of new housing, as well as significantly reducing existing journey times.

We are building a diverse team and we welcome people with different types of experience and outlook.

Diversity and inclusion are at the heart of everything we do. Our commitment is based on strong ethical beliefs because we value the individualism each employee brings to our business.

We introduced a number of initiatives to support our diverse team.

We offer a great opportunity to:

  • Innovate, positively disrupt and make impactful decisions
  • Openly share your ideas and knowledge
  • Be part of a professional passionate and diverse team
  • Have the right work-life balance
  • Be rewarded and recognised for your input

This is a unique opportunity to join the Board of the East West Railway Company, which has been established both to construct the line between Oxford and Cambridge and also to challenge some of the established norms in the rail industry.

In addition to our Chairman, Rob Brighouse, and our Exec Team, we currently have 4 non-Exec Directors and are seeking a 5th NED to complete our Board structure.

Key accountabilities:

  • Provide advice to the organisation, representing the interests of the customer within the expectations of Government, regulatory and commercial stakeholders.
  • Champion the EWR Co. vision and objectives, challenging Board decisions where appropriate to maintain the aspired strategic direction and culture.
  • Provide constructive challenge and hold the Leadership Team to account for effective and efficient delivery against the agreed strategy and business plan.
  • Facilitate discussion on key programmatic issues, balancing the legitimate interests of EWR Co. with external stakeholders together with what is considered to be best for the customer journey.
  • Challenge and scrutinise the Board and the validity of recommendations made; demonstrating sound independent judgement.
  • Offer alternative perspectives to the rail industry norm, based on an ability to consider strategic, complex and often sensitive issues from an informed and balanced viewpoint.

Key Requirements:

  • Advanced leadership and people management skills.
  • Excellent customer insight.
  • Complex and capital-intensive programme delivery/project management.
  • Corporate strategy development and implementation.
  • Large-scale operating environments.
  • Planning process for large, complex programmes.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Independent judgement with the ability to constructively challenge and encourage.
  • Stakeholder engagement – preferably management, government or local authority experience.
  • Negotiation and alignment of conflicting stakeholder interests with the ability to resolve disputes.
  • Complex financing and funding arrangements, including PFI and PPP arrangements.

You will need to have the right to work in the UK.

Package:

  • Salary: £15,000 per annum, based on 15-20 days attendance
  • Additional payment: £5,000 per annum if requested to chair any EWR Co Sub-Committee

Application Process:

Please send your resume and a covering letter to recruitment@eastwestrail.co.uk

Closing date: 2 September 2019

Aug 132019
 

Non-Executive Chair - Pressure Technologies Plc

Non- Executive Chair required for Leading Designer & Manufacturing AIM Listed Company serving Global Energy, Defence & Industrial Gases Market

Role: 1084

A Non-Executive Chair is required for Pressure Technologies Plc, an AIM Listed designer and manufacturer of high-integrity, safety-critical components and systems serving global supply chains in oil and gas, defence, industrial gases and hydrogen energy markets.

Pressure Technologies is UK based with businesses serving a growing blue-chip customer base. The Group has two divisions: Precision Machined Components and Chesterfield Special Cylinders, with a total of 220 employees across five operational sites in the UK and two regional offices in Germany and the USA.
Pressure Technologies is seeking a Chair who will work closely with the Executive to deliver growth and create value. The Chair will understand the business, mentor and support the Executive team and have a good grasp of AIM governance and guidelines.

The appointment will be for an initial three year term, reviewed annually. The Chair will be expected to work 2-3 days per month for Board and Committee meetings, strategy reviews and workshops. Meetings are held six times per year in Sheffield.

In addition to the Chair role, Pressure Technologies is also seeking to add two Non-Executive Directors who can contribute effectively to the Board. Candidates should have experience of being an Executive or Non-Executive Director, ideally in manufacturing (see separate role specs).

This role will close on 11pm, Thursday, 22nd August 2019

Please click here to log on to our website for further information and to complete an application form.

Aug 052019
 

Non-Executive Director - Soft FM

non-executive directorPost:Non-Executive Director – Independent Soft FM Business

(18-24 days per annum consisting of average 12 Board Meetings per year plus preparation and ad-hoc days)

Renumeration:£750-day rate plus expensed travel & overnight accommodation where needed

Responsible to: Chairperson

Overview: Now in their sixth year of trading, our client has seen year on year growth taking their turnover to over £20 million. The employ 1600 staff to deliver cleaning, catering & property services to a multitude of public & private sector clients throughout the north of England. With a simple vision “to be the biggest independent soft FM provider in the north of England”, these are exciting times. Working with an engaged and motivated board our client is looking to add a depth of experience to their board with this appointment. They are looking to appoint an experienced industry leader who has a good network of contacts with experience of developing commercial opportunities & identifying acquisition opportunities.

Role purpose:

  • To bring experience, contacts and existing relationships in the cleaning sector and soft services (catering/property services sectors experience is desirable).
  • To operate effectively as part of the Board, providing independent objective insight, to enable the Board of Directors to fulfil their responsibilities for overall governance and direction on issues of strategy, performance and resources including key appointments and standards of conduct.
  • To provide strong leadership.
  • To identify and advise upon new challenges, initiatives and market opportunities.
  • To develop and refocus strategic plans.
  • To support the development of the organisation’s culture in line with company values.
  • To demonstrate a genuine understanding and commitment to the promotion and delivery of facilities management services.
  • To ensure that our client operates in a transparent and ethical manner.
  • To ensure that our client operates profitably.

Principal accountabilities:

  • Constructively challenge and help develop proposals on strategy.
  • Scrutinise the performance of management in meeting agreed goals and objectives.
  • Monitor the reporting of performance.
  • Ensure integrity of financial information.
  • Ensure financial controls and systems of risk assessment are robust and defensible.
  • Determine appropriate remuneration of Executive Directors (via the Remuneration Committee).
  • Involvement in the appointment, removal and succession planning of Executive Directors.
  • Attendance at Board Meetings and other dates as required.
  • Interaction with shareholder as required.
  • Chair or support appeal hearings in relation to issues affecting senior level employees.

Duties

  • Demonstrate due skill, care and good faith in exercising fiduciary responsibility.
  • Act within powers set out in the company’s memorandum of association.
  • Promote success of the company.
  • Exercise independent judgement.
  • Exercise reasonable care, skill and diligence.
  • Avoid conflicts of interest.
  • Do not accept benefits from third parties.
  • Declare interests in proposed transactions or arrangements.

Behaviours/Skills

  • Integrity.
  • High ethical standards.
  • Sound judgement.
  • Willingness to challenge.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Confidence.
  • Understanding of how conflict occurs and how to deal with it effectively.
  • Persuasiveness.
  • Leadership and self-awareness, ability to gain respect, influence, challenge and inspire.
  • Critical thinking, creativity and strategic awareness.
  • Business acumen, ability to identify new business opportunities.
  • Strategic planning, risk management and high-performance management.
  • Financial and statistical analysis knowledge and experience.
  • Forward perspective, willingness to embrace change and innovation.
  • Inquiring and inquisitive mind – with an ability to assimilate, assess and analyse information, especially financial information.
  • Co-operation and team-working.
  • Facilitation skills.
  • Ability to take the wider, strategic view.
  • Political astuteness and ability to play the ‘diplomat’.
  • Determination, with the tenacity and drive to succeed.
  • Keenness to gain new knowledge and skills to develop competences further.
  • Ability to identify potential problems and deal with risk.

Person Specification

  • Extensive experience within soft facilities management sectors (cleaning/catering/property services).
  • Extensive management experience at ‘Board’ or very senior level in a complex B2B corporate environment
  • Experience of developing and implementing growth programmes.
  • Strategic thinker and planner, showing an understanding of and responsiveness to the needs of the business and its users.
  • Inspirational/motivational leader, able to motivate, inspire and empower others, by example.
  • Forward-thinker with an innovative approach, able to conceive, develop and implement new initiatives, and manage change.

For further details

Contact Managing Consultant Mark Connor 01228 904321 info@sixdegreesrecruitment.co.uk for a confidential discussion.

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Jun 282019
 

Chair - BRE Group

Recruiter: BRE Group
Location: Watford, Hertfordshire
Salary: £70,000 per annum, 4 days per month, 3 year Fixed Term Contract
Posted: 27 Jun 2019
Closes: 19 Jul 2019
Job Function: Chair
Industry: Public

An international, multi-disciplinary building science organisation, BRE has been making a positive difference in the built environment since 1921, improving buildings and infrastructure through our targeted application of research and knowledge generation. Owned by a charity called the BRE Trust, we deliver one of the largest programmes of built environment education and research for the public good, with a complete range of advisory, testing, certification, commissioned research and training services. We also use our cutting-edge collaborative research to provide a range of digital products, services, standards and qualifications to bring about positive change in the global built environment.

Our business has always relied on our solid base of science and engineering knowledge and the professional skills of our people and partners; we’re proud to be recognised as a global centre of excellence in the built environment. In order to retain and build on our relevance, we recognise the need to pursue significant business change and we are committed to ensuring that the Group’s UK and international reputation for sector leading scientific expertise is reflected in our financial results; BRE Group can be described as a “for profit with a purpose” business and we must be commercially successful.

Having recently appointed our new Chief Executive, we’re naturally embarking on a period of review to reset the business for future success and are committed to becoming more customer centric; enhancing infrastructure and creating intellectual capital and Group assets to maximise impact and sustain commercial success. BRE Group must also continue to innovate and it’s vital that we continue to attract exceptional people to the business, who can conduct pioneering world class activity for the good of the sector and Society as a whole. BRE Group is at a key juncture and the decisions we make now will not only impact our own future, but also the world and environment in which we live.

As our new Chair, you must be commercial, inspiring and energetic, able and willing to provide support and challenge in equal measure, sharing the benefit of an accomplished international career in an analogous business in which agility and customer experience have been at the heart of success. Whilst you’ll be invested in the importance of our sector, our work and the issues we care about (such as climate change), with genuine empathy for the Trust’s charitable activity, our priority is to appoint a Chair who will support BRE Group commercially. This is critical as we embark upon a period of transformation and improvement, embracing new ways of working and maximizing our impact whilst delivering the financial results that truly reflect our reputation for world class science.

For an informal conversation, contact our advisors at GatenbySanderson: Stephanie Wilson on 07880 382745 or Matt Malone on 0113 205 6063. To find out more and to apply please visit www.groupappointmentbre.com

Closing date: Friday 19 July 2019

Jun 262019
 

Non-Executive Director - Central England Co-operative

Central England Co-operativeBusiness / Organisation Name: Central England Co-operative
Business / Organisation Sector: Private
Business / Organisation Website: https://www.cecjobs.coop/vacancy-details/10578
Business / Organisation Type: Private Company
Role Title: Non-Executive Director
Remuneration: Paid

Role Description

Independent Non-Executive Director (Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee)

Approximately 20 days annual commitment £9,104 p.a. (includes Audit & Risk Committee supplement)

Central England Co-operative is one of the largest independent retail co-operative societies in the UK. We are a modern, forward-looking business employing over 8,000 people and operating more than 400 trading outlets across 16 counties in Central England. Our main business activities are food stores, petrol filling stations, funeral services, travel shops and property investment.

We take a long-term approach to doing business and believe that we can drive our performance and create value for our members and local communities by behaving differently from our competitors. The Society has a purpose beyond profit and are guided by our values and principles to achieve sustainable business success. We continually seek opportunities to improve the environment and contribute to the wellbeing of local communities. We invest 1% of our trading profit into supporting local groups and good causes through our Community Dividend Awards.

We are seeking a financially qualified Independent Non-Executive Director to join the Board to contribute to the formulation and monitoring of the Society’s strategy and business affairs, ensuring adherence to co-operative values and principles. Candidates should be able to demonstrate enthusiasm for the co-operative ownership model and an understanding of the difference this has for a co-operative board. The role requires strategic contribution, analysis and decision making, in addition to ensuring that the Society is managed effectively and in line with legal and regulatory requirements, best practice and our governance structures.

An expectation for the role would be to act as the Chair of the Board’s Audit & Risk Committee and therefore experience in this area is a key requirement.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record of decision making at a senior level, independence of mind and an intuitive understanding of boardroom dynamics. For this particular position, we are looking for a qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA etc) with relevant experience of a large organisation, such as experience as a chief financial officer. A strong awareness and understanding of risk management, corporate governance and pensions knowledge would be desirable.

If you think you have the expertise to make a difference and share our values of co-operation, fair play and responsible business practice, we would love to hear from you.
At Central England Co-operative, we are keen to attract candidates from a wide range of backgrounds to ensure the composition of the Board appropriately can reflect the rich diversity of the communities the Society serves.

Application Details

Please submit your CV and covering letter explaining why this position is of interest to Nicola.thomas@centralengland.coop

Closing Date: 09/07/2019
Contact Name: Nicola Thomas
Contact Email: nicola.thomas@centralengland.coop

 

Jun 212019
 

Non-Executive Director - The Renewables Infrastructure Group ("TRIG")

Recruiter: InfraRed Capital Partners
Location: Guernsey, Channel Islands
Salary: Board fees in the region of £48,500 per annum
Posted: 19 Jun 2019
Closes: 26 Jun 2019
Position/Level: Board
Responsibilities: Asset Management, Business Development, Finance, Strategy
Sector: Energy
Contract Type: Permanent
Language: English

We are searching for a fifth non-executive Director to complement the current non-executive Board of Directors for The Renewables Infrastructure Group ("TRIG").

TRIG is a FTSE-250 listed Investment Company that aims to generate sustainable value from investing in renewable energy infrastructure assets. TRIG has a market capitalisation of approximately £1.8 billion and a portfolio of over 60 assets in the UK and Continental Europe, comprising wind farms, solar PV projects and battery storage with an aggregate generating capacity of c.1.3GW, built up over six years since its IPO.

The Managers

TRIG has two experienced managers, InfraRed Capital Partners and Renewable Energy Systems, working together to provide the Company’s shareholders with best-in-class investment management and operational management.

InfraRed Capital Partners Limited (“InfraRed”) is TRIG’s Investment Manager and advises the Company on financial management, sourcing and executing on new investments and providing capital raising and investor relations services. InfraRed is a leading global investment manager specialised in infrastructure and real estate, with over 150 employees and offices in London, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul and Sydney.

Renewable Energy Systems Limited (“RES”) is TRIG’s Operations Manager. RES is the world’s largest independent renewable energy company having developed and/or constructed over 16GW of projects, with operations in 10 countries and over 2,000 employees globally.

The Board

The Board of the Company currently comprises four non-executive directors who are independent of the Investment and Operations Managers and whose role is to manage the governance of the Company in the interests of shareholders and other stakeholders. The Board approves and monitors InfraRed Capital Partners’ adherence to the acquisition strategy and the Investment Policy, maintains oversight of ESG as a core strategic issue, determines risk appetite and sets policies relating to TRIG and the portfolio, as well as monitoring the activities and performance of RES and other key service providers against agreed objectives.

There are currently four directors on the TRIG Board: Helen Mahy (Chairman), Shelagh Mason (Senior Independent Director), Jon Bridel (Chairman of the Audit Committee), all of whom have been Directors since the Company’s IPO, and Klaus Hammer, who was appointed in March 2014.

Further information on the TRIG Board can be found in the Company’s latest Annual Report and Accounts available on the Company’s website: https://www.trig-ltd.com/reporting-publications/results.

Other

The Company is domiciled in Guernsey and its financial year-end is 31 December. The administrator and company secretary is Aztec Financial Services (Guernsey) and the brokers are Canaccord Genuity and Liberum.

Candidate Profile:

We expect the successful candidate is likely to have the following experience:

  • Chair and/or Audit Committee experience
  • Listed company experience
  • Energy, power and renewables experience within continental Europe

In addition, experience across a number of following areas would be desirable:

  • Executive board experience at sizable company
  • Investment trust governance / company governance / general governance
  • Investment / Asset Management, both investment companies in general and more specifically for real assets / alternatives investment classes
  • Financial services, law and regulatory compliance
  • A dedication to ESG and sustainability.

It is worth noting that the TRIG Board is mindful of the Parker Report’s guidance in relation to ethnic diversity on the boards of FTSE 250 companies as well as the recommendations set out in the Davies Report, and supplemented by the Hampton Alexander report, relating to gender diversity.

Time Commitment and Fees:

  • Approximately 20-40 days per annum (including document review and travelling) although this will vary
  • Formal Board meetings (2 days including overnight stay) held quarterly in Guernsey (attendance required in person)
  • Additional ad hoc workload to approve and sign papers to be undertaken by Guernsey based directors (delegated approval from the Board)
  • Additional work in relation to specific corporate actions such as further capital raisings (assume additional 5 days per event)
  • For any directors based outside the UK, there are additional signing requirements that would be necessary
  • Fees: in region of £48,500 per annum (additional fees can be payable for committee chairmanship and non-routine business such as equity capital raising), plus re-imbursement of all reasonable expenses

Applications

To apply for this role, please send your CV along with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to info@ircp.com marked for the attention of Chris Copperwaite. The deadline for applications will be 3rd July 2019.

Jun 122019
 

Non-Executive Director - Monarch Solicitors

Location: Manchester
Date Posted: 10/06/2019
Closing Date: 01/07/2019

Would you like to be part of a hugely exciting organisation and help to drive its strategic agenda?

Monarch Solicitors have a fantastic opportunity in Manchester city centre for a Non-Executive Director with a legal background to their Board.

The position of Non-Executive Director is one of key importance to the business. You will help to provide strategic direction for the company as part of a strong Board and ensure that all appropriate financial, legal and governance checks and balances are in place in accordance with the Articles of Association providing advice in specialist areas. Board Trustees are expected to attend the company’s quarterly general meetings, in April, July, October, January at the Head Office in Manchester City Centre.

The Company

Monarch Solicitors are an award winning and growing legal services provider based in Manchester City centre.

To drive expansion, Monarch Solicitors are seeking to appoint a Non-Executive Director to help in driving forward and achieving the firm’s strategy. Our vision is to be the one and only choice in the hearts and minds of our clients for unique, differentiating, insightful and valuable legal services for their business.

The Role

The role will work closely with the founder with focus on supporting the Business Growth Strategy of the firm.

The ideal candidate will need to have ambition and an entrepreneurial flair and a broad network of contacts to foster business relationships.

Additionally, ideal candidates will be strategic thinkers who can analyse complex information, formulate and provide assistance on strategies and plans of action.

They also need to be a team player being both a good listener and able to speak up on issues that are important.

Personal Specification

We are seeking an individual who possesses:

  • A clean SRA practising certificate is necessary
  • A deep understanding of a number of legal sectors
  • Desire to have a positive impact on Business Growth Strategy
  • With a broad network of contacts ideally across multiple industries
  • A vision for business growth and expansion
  • Highly credible with experience of operating at senior level within an organisation with performance based budgets/complexity gained in the private, voluntary or public sector
  • High level organisational and governance skills e.g. strategic planning, financial management, risk management, organisational performance management and service delivery development
  • Politically astute – able to grasp relevant issues underpinned by an understanding of developing partnerships and building relationships with other organisations
  • Knowledge of change management and transformation in a service based organisation

Time Commitment

The Board meets 4 times a year and you will have opportunities to get involved in other activities according to your own interests and availability.

Benefits:

As part of your role as Director, you will receive a fixed expenses allowance for support for Non-Executive Services to their organisation.

Location

Manchester City Centre

Contact Us

If this sounds like an opportunity that you could be passionate about, please email your CV and covering letter to enquiries@monarchsolicitors.co.uk.

In your covering letter please explain why you are suitable for the role by addressing the criteria as outline.

Jun 112019
 

Non-Executive Director - Brunel Pension Partnership

Recruiter: Brunel Pension Partnership
Location: Head office is in Bristol.
Salary: Director’s remuneration
Posted: 05 Jun 2019
Closes: 21 Jun 2019
Position/Level: Board
Responsibilities: Accounting, Analyst, Executive Management, Risk / Compliance
Sector: Business Services, Financial Services
Contract Type: Permanent
Language: English

Brunel Pension Partnership Limited (Brunel) is seeking an independent Non-Executive Director (NED) with recent accountancy/audit experience to chair the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee (ARC). The successful candidate will join our independent Chair and two existing independent NEDs.

Brunel is committed to celebrating and promoting diversity. By taking an inclusive approach we aim to attract a pool of candidates with a breadth of talents and experiences.

This is an exciting opportunity to work with an innovative investment company.

The drive for closer collaboration and partnership between UK public sector pension funds led to the creation of Brunel in July 2017, which amalgamates the investment management activities of Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) Funds of the administering authorities of Avon, Buckinghamshire, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, the Environment Agency, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Somerset and Wiltshire.

The FCA-authorised company manages the investments of the ten Brunel LGPS funds, which total approximately £30 billion.

This is a challenging role that will suit a self-starter with the leadership skills to shape our developing strategy alongside implementing a best practice governance and control framework.

In addition, the successful applicant will be responsible for holding the executive directors to account in the interest of the company stakeholders, including Brunel’s LGPS Clients and employees.

Applicants will need to demonstrate robust financial literacy and an understanding of the wider pension and investment space. The successful applicant will require significant recent accountancy/audit and investment knowledge, along with a good risk awareness and a sound knowledge of the FCA principles.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be intellectually engaged by the complexity of the investment industry
  • Demonstrate a strong empathy for and deep knowledge of the FCA approach towards good conduct and culture
  • Be able to operate in a complex stakeholder environment
  • Recognise the benefits of long-term thinking, responsible investments, evidenced and research-based decisions, responsible stewardship and diversity
  • Have recent accountancy/audit experience preferably in the financial services sector

Specific duties will include:

  • Chairing the ARC in an effective and efficient manner and in line with the Committee’s Terms of Reference
  • Safeguarding the independence and oversight of the performance of the compliance and risk function
  • Ensuring the independence, autonomy and effectiveness of the firm’s policies and procedures on whistleblowing, including the procedures for protection of staff who raise concerns from detrimental treatment, including acting as the Whistleblowing Champion
  • Supervising and managing the performance of outsourced internal auditors; managing potential conflicts of interest between the provision of external audit and internal audit services

To apply for the Non-Executive Director position, please request an application pack from jobs.brunel@brunelpp.org with the subject line as ‘Brunel NED’. You will be provided with further information about the role, about Brunel and how to apply This is also the email address for any queries regarding this opportunity.

Closing date for applications: Friday 21st June 2019 at 12 noon.

May 282019
 

Non-Executive Director - Games Workshop

Recruiter: Games Workshop
Location: Nottingham
Salary: £50000 - £60000 pa
Posted: 24 May 2019
Closes: 16 June 2019
Ref: UK_00214
Contact: Games Workshop Limited
Job Function: Non Executive Director
Industry: Engineering / Manufacturing, Marketing / Media, Retail / FMCG
Position Type: Permanent

About the Job

We are looking for someone who will always put the Company's interest first, who can bring an open mind and considered good judgment to the boardroom whilst supporting the executive team. We would be particularly interested in candidates who have current strategic online experience or experience in media production.

You will need to spend sufficient time in the Company, to get to know its people and how it works. You will attend all board and related meetings.

Working at Games Workshop

Games Workshop is a business with a strong internal culture. We have a definite set of ideas, beliefs and ways of doing business. We believe that how you behave does matter, therefore, we believe that attitudes - such as honesty and integrity - are even more important than skills. We will happily teach you the skills needed for many roles if you bring a great attitude to your work.

We believe that everybody in the company should be continually making things better for our customers, whether this is by providing ever better products or delivering ever greater service. We are hard working, committed and cheerful. Above all, we try to put the needs of the business first in our decision-making.

We have a strong culture of personal development at Games Workshop and there are many resources and opportunities for both personal and professional development. If the way you behave at work and the attitudes you display fit with ours, it is highly likely you will be successful, well rewarded and happy. However, it is only fair to say that people who don't fit with our culture, or who play at fitting, will be unhappy and consequently unsuccessful. You can read more about Games Workshop's business culture at jobs.games-workshop.com.

Other Essential Information

Closing Date: Applications must be received by midnight, UK time, on Sunday 16 June 2019.

If your application is successful, you must be available for an interview on Friday 5 July 2019, in Nottingham.

How to Apply

If you wish to apply you must send us a letter or a video telling us why you want this job. We select candidates for interview based on what they tell us in their letter or video.

This is a great opportunity for you to let us know that you understand what we are looking for. Please include an up-to-date CV to support your application. When you're ready to apply, please click here.