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Non-Executive Director and Chair of Group Audit & Risk - Central & Cecil Housing Trust (C&C)

Location: London SE1
Date Posted: 18/09/2019
Closing Date: 31/10/2019
GBP 5,500 plus expenses

Central & Cecil Housing Trust (C&C) is an ambitious housing association, registered with both the Regulator for Social Housing and the Care Quality Commission. We are a developer and provider of housing and care for people aged over 55 living in London and our Fit Future Strategy 2017-27 provides a route map for our future work. C&C’s goal is to be a dynamic and innovative provider delivering outstanding homes and services for residents now and in the future.

You will have the opportunity to use your extensive strategic risk management expertise to support the C&C Group Board of Management and lead “A Fit Future” for C&C as Chair of the Group Risk and Audit Committee.

Your experience and knowledge of finance, IT, risk and internal controls will be invaluable. Through your leadership of the committee and regulating and challenging the Board’s appetite for risk, you will ensure risks are managed through an effective framework of internal control.

You will make an effective contribution to the entire range of C&C’s work through your Membership of the Board.

As Chair of the Group Risk and Audit Committee you will be in a position make a significant difference, ensuring effective management of risk and audit is embedded in all we do and that our governance and financial viability are protected and strengthened.

There are four Board meetings a year as well as four Risk and Committee meetings. The Board also take part in an annual strategy event and a number of ad-hoc other meetings, conferences and events.

Laurence Fowler-Stevens, C&C’s Head of Governance, would be happy to discuss this opportunity further with you. You can reach him on 07825 655136.
To apply for this role, please submit your CV and a covering email setting out your reasons for applying to laurence.fowler@ccht.org.uk

Closing date for applications is 31 October 2019.

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