Chair - National Residential Landlords Association
Business / Organisation Name: National Residential Landlords Association
Business / Organisation Sector: Not-for-Profit
Business / Organisation Type: Charity or Not-for-Profit
Role Title: Chair
NRLA is to be formed as a result of the ‘coming together’ of two rival organisations – Residential Landlords Association (RLA) and National Landlords Association (NLA). This role therefore presents the right candidate with a unique opportunity to develop and mould a new organisation combining the resources of two well established and growing brands.
Together as NRLA we will work for over 80,000 landlords in the UK, employing around 100 staff across the country with a turnover in excess of £7 million pa. . One voice, one more powerful organisation speaking to government and opening up new commercial opportunities. Bringing the two organisations together to form a single united body will create a combined organisation which will provide stronger representation, more effective services and an enhanced experience for members. Services to members will be increased, and NRLA will campaign with even more vigour for landlords. We will invest further in research to support our policies and improve opportunities for members to influence and direct policy, using increased technology to drive innovation.
The new Chair will have substantial experience as a Non-Executive Board Member or Chair
- Current professional experience, profile and influence.
- Experience of leading others through organisational change and innovation.
- Track record of senior leadership and achievement in a commercially focused environment.
They will have a strong strategic focus, and personal and professional credibility that will engender confidence across a wide range of stakeholder interests.
- A warm and engaging style, with the gravitas to influence others.
- Enthusiastic approach – with a desire to make a positive contribution.
- Inclusive and supportive of others.
- Open to change and encourages innovation and creativity in others.
It is anticipated that a time commitment of c25 days a year is required.
- Remuneration c.£30,000
This is an opportunity for a special person capable of leading a new board and implementing the strategic vision for NRLA.
If this interests you, please email enclosing your CV and giving your reasons to be considered. The deadline for this is January 31st 2020. We plan to conduct interviews in London in February 2020.
Applications should be sent to Adrian.email@example.com .
Closing Date: 31/01/2020
Contact Name: Adrian Jeakings
Contact Email: Adrian.firstname.lastname@example.org