Nov 192019
 

The Co-op - Member Nominated Director

Recruiter: The Co-op
Location: Nationwide
Salary: Not Specified
Posted: 17 Nov 2019
Closes: 18 Dec 2019
Job Function: Director
Industry: Retail / FMCG

Applications for our 2020 Member Nominated Director Elections are now open.​

There are four member nominated directors (MNDs) on the Co-op Board.

Each year, one or more MNDs are chosen by Co-op Members through an election process that concludes at our Annual General Meeting (AGM).

For 2020, we have one vacancy. The deadline for applying is midday on Wednesday 18 December, 2019.

Apply now

The role

MNDs bring the voices of Co-op Members to the boardroom. To do this, they:

  • help set our business strategy
  • oversee commercial and financial performance
  • ensure co-operative values and principles remain at the heart of our Co-op.
  • meet with members and the Co-op’s Members’ Council to hear their views.
  • amplify our co-op difference alongside carrying out their fiduciary duties.

Who can apply

Candidates need to meet both the eligibility and membership criteria.

The eligibility requirements are linked to skills, experience and empathy with co-operative values and principles.

The membership criteria includes:

  • having been a Co-op Member for at least three years prior to submitting a nomination.
  • accruing at least 1,000 trading points in the current financial year.

In exceptional circumstances, the membership criteria may be waived.

Candidates need:

  • an accomplished track record at an equivalent level in a substantial organisation.
  • awareness of the strategic and operational challenges of a business of the size and complexity of our Co-op.
  • to demonstrate an understanding of the needs of a business of the scale and complexity of our Co-op.
  • integrity, independence and empathy with our values and principles, which can be evidenced in actions and behaviours.
  • the ability to contribute, at board level, on a range of commercial and financial issues.
  • to be able to develop and maintain an excellent working relationship with our Members’ Council.
  • experience of risk management and strategic engagement
  • a commitment to best-in-class governance and oversight

Time commitment

Our MNDs play an active role as part of our Board and in engaging with our Members’ Council; the time commitment for this role is 3-4 days a month. However, to be fully involved with the Co-op’s businesses and its Members’ Council, the time needed will be greater.

The Board meets monthly in Manchester, with occasional meetings at business locations.

The remuneration is commensurate with the roles and responsibilities.

The term of office is three years from the date of election.

2020 applicants

If you’re shortlisted, in order to meet regulatory requirements, you’ll need to provide further information for background screening checks. We have regulated entities within our group and your appointment may be subject to any relevant regulatory approvals.

Apply now

If you need help, or require further information you can email us at mndelections@coop.co.uk.

To help you fill in the forms, we’ve prepared guidance notes and supplementary information.

Here are the documents and regulations that support the Member Nominated Director nomination process:

Nov 192019
 

Chair/Vice Chair - Pension Board

Reference: 1724
Remuneration: £232 per day and reimbursement of all reasonable travel and subsistence costs
Location: Scottish Borders
Closing date: 13 December 2019 at midnight

The SPPA is seeking to appoint an independent Chair/Vice Chair to sit on a Public Sector Pension Board: The Scottish Police Pension Board and The Scottish Teachers Pension Board.

Applications are invited from a wide range of people who are committed to public service and have an interest in the provision of Public Sector Pensions in Scotland. This is an exciting time in the SPPA's journey to establish itself as the premier public sector pension service organisation in Scotland.

The roles are rewarding and we would like to hear from you if you would like to contribute to SPPA's progression on this journey.

Scheme Pension Boards are key to SPPA's work in delivering its functions as Pension Scheme Administrator on behalf of Scottish Ministers. The Public Service Pensions Act 2013 requires the establishment of Pension Boards with the responsibility for “assisting the Scheme Manager” in securing compliance with the scheme regulations and other legislation relating to the governance and administration of the scheme.

The SPPA is looking for candidates who can offer experience in promoting agreement and building consensus between stakeholders, ideally gained via senior manager or board-level roles. Candidates should have the ability to lead the Board in an objective scrutiny of the issues for consideration and to reach conclusions following best practice in governance and in light of current regulations and legislation.

You will be offered training to support you in getting started in the role and throughout your time as a Pension Board Chair or Vice Chair.

You must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Knowledge of pensions management and/or the finance industry;
  • Ability to provide strategic advice having a relevant external perspective;
  • Ability to communicate effectively;
  • Ability to influence decision making and challenge constructively;
  • Ability to analyse and review complex issues;
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a team;
  • Willingness to participate and experience in managing appraisal processes; and
  • Willingness to participate in relevant training and continuous professional development to maintain overall understanding of subject matter and regulations.

Appointment Details

Appointments will commence in February 2020 . The initial appointment will be for 2 or 3 years. There is a possibility of re-appointment, subject to evidence of previous effective performance and satisfying the skills knowledge and personal qualities required at the time of re-appointment. The combined length of an appointment will not exceed 6 years.

Time Commitment

Pension Boards meet four times a year, although there may be additional meetings and training events through the year, but it is not expected to exceed 10 days per annum.

Location

The meetings will normally take place at SPPA, 7 Tweedside Park, Galashiels, TD1 3TE. The Borders railway station at Tweedbank is located nearby.

Remuneration and Allowances

A daily fee of £232 will be paid and you will receive reimbursement of all reasonable travel and subsistence costs. All reasonable receipted dependant-carer expenses, including childcare, and for support required to help you carry out your duties will also be reimbursed where applicable. The appointment is not pensionable.

Further Information

Closing date for application is Midnight on 13 December 2020.

Sifting will take place week commencing 16 December 2020.

It is expected that interviews will be held during weeks commencing 13 January and 20 January 2020.

If you would like to receive a copy of the Application Pack, please email SPPAGovernance@gov.scot

If you would like to find out more information about the roles, you are welcome to email
SPPAGovernance@gov.scot

The appointment will be made on merit and we are committed to diversity and equality.

Application Information

*Please note that this is not a regulated public appointment, therefore the Public Appointments Team are unable to answer any queries in relation to this vacancy, please contact the Board directly*

Please contact the SPPA Governance Team on SPPAGovernance@gov.scot

Nov 192019
 

Independent Non Executive Director - South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb)

non-executive directorRecruiter: Green Park
Location: Greater London, Surrey, Kent and East & West Sussex.
Salary: Trust Non-Executives are remunerated at £14,000 per annum.
Posted: 18 Nov 2019
Closes: 27 Nov 2019
Ref: 9108
Position/Level: Director
Responsibilities: Executive Management, Strategy
Sector: Healthcare, Public Sector
Contract Type: Permanent
Language: English

Independent Non Executive Director - South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb)

As a member of the Board, you will set the strategic direction of the Trust, having taken into account the views of the public as expressed through the Council of Governors, and being cognisant of the need to meet high standards for patient care. This role will be instrumental in the process of constructive challenge and using their own experience and judgement you will provide strong guidance to the Executive in setting the goals and strategic direction for a robust, clinically based, development of the Trust.

The Trust is looking for an Independent Non-Executive Director who is a practising, or has recent background, as a medical doctor, ideally, but not essentially in emergency and/or urgent care. An ability to demonstrate a good understanding of corporate governance, ideally with recent direct experience, and a clear understanding of the role of a Non-Executive Director is essential. The successful candidate will possess a clear passion for and commitment to the NHS and a genuine commitment to patients, carers and the community, especially to disadvantaged groups.

The Trust is committed to equality of opportunity of all staff. Trust Non-Executives are remunerated at £14,000 per annum and should expect to work three/four days per month.

Closing Date: 23:00, 5th January 2020

For further information on the role or the application process, please visit:
http://green-park-jobs.co.uk/SECAmb/

For an informal, confidential discussion please contact Green Park, our retained executive search partner and speak to either Andrea Trainer or Ben Bond on 0207 399 3996.​

Nov 162019
 

Chair - Children First Northamptonshire

Recruiter: Children First Northamptonshire
Location: Northamptonshire
Salary: Up to £800 per day/6 days per month
Posted: 15 Nov 2019
Closes: 02 Dec 2019
Job Function: Chair
Industry: Public

Serving Our Children and Young People across two new unitary councils

Chair

Up to £800 per day/6 days per month

In May 2019 the Secretary of State announced the creation of two new unitary authorities in Northamptonshire and the establishment of a standalone trust, which will deliver children’s services on behalf of the new unitary authorities in the North and West of Northamptonshire.

The trust will be wholly owned by the councils who will have representation on its board. The intention is to launch the trust in July 2020 with a remit to deliver all children’s social care, targeted early help and youth offending services.

Supported by the DfE Commissioners, Andrew Christie and Claire Chamberlain, the Chair will be key to the establishment of the trust, its board and executive team, working with a number of key partners including Northamptonshire County Council’s Chief Executive, district councils and in due course the new unitaries.

We are open as to your background, but your understanding of the services to be delivered, the context and complexity in which the trust will operate, and your strong leadership credentials, will be key.

These have been challenging times for Northamptonshire. Expectations are high and there is much to be done - but with the commitment of all parties the potential is huge and the reward great – not least for the children and young people of the county.

To apply, please visit: www.penna.com/executive-search or call our advising consultants at Penna Maggie Hennessy 07877 004648 or Julie Towers 07764 79173.

Closing date: Monday 2nd December 2019

Informal interviews with Commissioner: w/c 9th December 2019

Nov 162019
 

NHS Scotland - Chair Appointments

Reference: 1721
Remuneration: NHS Ayrshire & Arran and NHS Forth Valley posts is £31,149 per annum; and NHS Orkney is £28,854 per annum
Location: Various locations throughout Scotland
Closing date: 04 December 2019 at midnight

Scottish Ministers are looking to appoint three new Chairs to the following Boards:

  • NHS Ayrshire and Arran
  • NHS Forth Valley
  • NHS Orkney

The role

You will have the experience required for these significant appointments and will play a central leadership role in guiding the strategies which address the health priorities and health and care needs of the Boards' resident population. If you have what it takes to fulfil this rewarding and challenging role, we would like to hear from you.

You will be accountable to Scottish Ministers for leading the Board, comprising non-executive and executive members, which will improve, sustain and protect the health of the local communities. You will understand and promote diversity.

An essential requirement of these posts is that you can demonstrate an understanding of the organisation for which you are applying and the challenges it faces. You must also be able to demonstrate skills and experience in the following areas:

  • leadership;
  • governance;
  • performance management;
  • constructive/supportive challenge & influencing; and,
  • communication.

NHS Scotland's values are at the heart of everything that these organisations do. As Chair of one of these Boards, you will not only need to have the right skills, knowledge and experience for the role, but also be able to demonstrate behaviour aligned to these values. The NHS Scotland values as outlined in the NHS Scotland Workforce Strategy Everyone Matters: 2020 Workforce Vision are:

  • care and compassion;
  • dignity and respect;
  • openness, honesty and responsibility; and,
  • quality and teamwork.

Further information about the role of the Chair and essential criteria to be met for these postions can be found in the Applicant Information Pack. The pack also provides additional information about NHS Scotland and each of the Boards and can be accessed from the link below.

Diversity

We value different experience and points of view on our Boards. Accordingly, we hope to receive applications from a wide range of talented people irrespective of their religion or belief, gender, age, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, political belief, relationship status or caring responsibilities.

The Scottish Ministers particularly welcome applications from people with protected characteristics that are not fully reflected on Scotland's public bodies, such as disabled people, those from minority ethnic communities, women and people aged under 50. Please do complete our monitoring form when you apply as this helps us to ensure that the appointments process is accessible to everyone.

Appointment Information

Remuneration: The remuneration for the NHS Ayrshire & Arran and NHS Forth Valley posts is £31,149; and for NHS Orkney is £28,854. The remuneration is non-pensionable. You will also receive reimbursement for all reasonable travel and subsistence costs, reasonable dependant-carer expenses incurred whilst undertaking Board duties and for support required to help you carry out your duties effectively, subject to Board policy.

Time commitment: As Chair of the Board, you must be able to make a firm commitment to spend 3 days per week on Board and NHS Scotland business. In all cases, the time will be a mix of daytime board meetings, daytime visits and other meetings, reading documents and attending stakeholder events, some of which may be in the evenings or at weekends and may involve you having to travel. You should also demonstrate an adequate degree of flexibility to attend at a greater frequency subject to the Board's ongoing business needs.

You will also have the opportunity to engage in regional and national level activities.

  • Appointment details: Appointment will usually be for 4 years, subject to regular performance appraisals, with the possibility of re-appointment.
  • Location: Meetings for the Board will normally be held at Board Headquarters, but may, on occasion, be held elsewhere in the Board area. Regular meetings with other NHS Board Chairs and the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport are held 6 times per year, in Edinburgh.
  • Assessment Process: Assessment will happen in two stages. The first stage is a written application form. The second and final stage will involve a psychometric test, role-play exercise and a competency based interview. You will complete the psychometric test online at home and in advance of the interview. The role play exercise will be held prior to your interview date; with interviews being held on 13, 16 and 17 January 2020. As part of the interview, you will be asked to undertake a practical exercise, provided to you in advance, which will involve you preparing a verbal presentation for the panel. Both the role play exercise and interview will be held in St Andrew's House, Edinburgh.

For more information about the roles, you can contact Malcolm Wright, Director General Health and Social Care/Chief Executive NHS Scotland by emailing dghsc@gov.scot.

Completed applications must be received on or before Wednesday 4 December 2019.

Appointments to NHS Boards are regulated by the Ethical Standards Commissioner.

Appointed on merit; committed to diversity and equality.

Application Information

Please apply online. If you experience any difficulties accessing our website, or in the event that you require a word version of the application form, please contact the Public Appointments Team on (Freephone) 0300 244 1898, by email at PA_Applications_Mailbox@gov.scot, or by writing to the Public Appointments Team, Scottish Government, Area 3F North, Victoria Quay, Edinburgh EH6 6QQ.

Apply for this Vacancy

Additional Information

Nov 152019
 

Appointment of Independent Council Members - University of Sussex

Recruiter: Odgers Berndtson
Location: Brighton
Salary: Unremunerated Non-Executive Trustee
Posted: 14 Nov 2019
Closes: 09 Dec 2019
Ref: 74622
Job Function: Council Member
Industry: Education
Position Type: Voluntary / Trustee

The distinctive ethos on which Sussex was established more than 50 years ago remains at the heart of the University. The traditions of creativity, interdisciplinarity, innovation and intellectual rigour – in both education and research – continue to play an important part in who we are. Building on this, and against a backdrop of change in higher education, Sussex is forging a new destiny for itself. Our aim is to reimagine the pioneering spirit of our founders for new times and a new generation.

‘Sussex 2025’ is an ambitious, bold and distinctive strategic framework, underpinned by thematic and school strategies. It is designed to guide the institution to 2025 and beyond, keeping us true to our original purpose whilst being ready for the challenges of our own times. Sussex has a long tradition of experimentation and innovation that has made a difference to the lives of students, and those who benefit from our research and wider endeavours. We will build on these achievements and evolve as a better University, dedicated to making a better world.

Under the Royal Charter of 1961 that established the University of Sussex, the Council is the governing body of the University. The University is proud of the diversity and calibre of its Council, with members drawn from a variety of backgrounds to ensure a breadth of experience is brought to debate and discussion.

Council seeks to appoint two independent members to take up seats from March 2020. This will be a stimulating and challenging time to join Council, as we look to build on the past and redefine Sussex’s distinctiveness for the 21st century.

Members of Council are expected to demonstrate proven leadership skills gained at board level, either through professional roles or volunteer experience, whether executive or non-executive, have a strong commitment to higher education in general and to the goals and objectives of the University of Sussex in particular, and an understanding of the complexity of university governance and of the strategic, political and economic context in which the University operates.

We welcome expressions of interest from most walks of life, and would be particularly interested in applications from candidates who can:

  • Support Council’s understanding of the potential of new and disruptive technologies to education
  • Strengthen bonds to our local community
  • Bring strategic HR leadership experience

The University of Sussex is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and through this appointment process it is the Council’s clear stated aim to develop candidate pools that include applicants from all backgrounds and communities. The University particularly welcomes applications from women, people from black and minority ethnic communities, the LGBT+ community and from disabled people.

Being a Council member at the University of Sussex is a highly rewarding voluntary role. In the spirit of charity trustees, our members of Council are not remunerated, but members may reclaim all reasonable travelling and similar expenses incurred in the course of University business. Council meets three times a year for meetings over a full day plus a briefing the night before. Independent members are also expected to join one sub-committee which will meet between three to five times per year. Most meetings take place on campus. Members of Council may be re-appointed for three periods up to a maximum of nine years’ service.

For further information, including details of how to apply, please click here.

Closing date: Monday 9th December 2019 at 1200.

Nov 152019
 

Accreditation and Recognition Panel member positions - General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC)

Recruiter: General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC)
Location: Home based
Salary: Not Specified
Posted: 14 Nov 2019
Closes: 06 Dec 2019
Job Function: Chair, Lay Member, Trustees
Industry: Health
Position Type: Part time

Accreditation and Recognition Panel member positions

We are seeking to fill several positions within our Accreditation and Recognition panel, the group of experts who quality-assure courses on our behalf. Three panel Team Leaders and 12 panel Team members are currently needed.

Closing date: 6 December 2019 (12 pm)

Interview date: 21 to 24 January 2020

Location: Home based

Follow this link for details on how to apply

The role:

Panel members use their expertise to make sure course provision being accredited is fit for purpose, through rigorous application of the GPhC’s education and training standards, making judgements on the basis of evidence.

Panel members will be involved in around six or more days of accreditation events per year, plus preparatory and follow up work. Accreditation and recognition events take place around the UK, panel members must therefore be willing to travel. The posts are remunerated and expenses are paid.

Team leaders (x3)

We encourage applications from pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, academics, or other professionals, with experience of chairing high-profile events.

Team members (x12)

We encourage applications from pharmacists or pharmaceutical scientists working in a university school of pharmacy in Great Britain and Northern Ireland; pharmacists with an education or training role; or lay members with experience in regulation, health, and/or education. To strengthen the Panel further the GPhC also seeks to recruit pharmacists who are active independent prescribers working in an academic or education and training role.

All candidates will demonstrate an unwavering commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.

Through this recruitment drive the GPhC wants to increase the diversity of the Accreditation and Recognition panel. In particular, we seek to recruit panel members from schools of pharmacy not currently represented on the panel and people who work in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

We welcome applications from people with disabilities and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), as they are currently under-represented on the Panel. This also applies to applicants with a non-pharmacy background.

About the GPhC:

We regulate pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacies in Great Britain. We work to assure and improve standards of care for people using pharmacy services.

One of our principal functions is to quality assure pharmacy education and training provision in the UK.

The GPhC is a respected regulatory body, acknowledged by the Professional Standards Authority for meeting all the Standards of Good Regulation.

Our organisation has long-term vision and desire for highly skilled and specialist staff and is committed to workforce learning and development opportunities.

We are proud of our diverse and inclusive culture and are committed to holding ourselves to the same standards we expect of others.

Applying for these posts:

If you feel you have the required experience and skills and would like to join us, please send your CV and covering letter explaining your suitability for the role to: associates@pharmacyregulation.org.

Please consult the role and person specification documents below to help you prepare your application to each of the positions:

Accreditation and Recognition Panel Team Leader - role description [PDF 269 KB]

Accreditation and Recognition Panel Team Member - role description [PDF 262 KB]

We value the diversity of our workforce and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Closing date: 6 December 2019 (12 pm)

Interview dates: 21 to 24 January 2020

Nov 142019
 

Head of Judiciary - International Rugby League (IRL)

Location: Home based (Global)
Date Posted: 05/11/2019
Closing Date: 29/11/2019
Salary£500 per case

Job Description

The IRL Head of Judiciary (‘the Appointee’) role is a head of committee function. The Appointee, who will be independent of professional affiliation with a current IRL member, or of professional or private affiliation with any officer of the IRL or any IRL member, will be the senior judiciary officer of IRL. As a result, the Appointee will be the public face of the IRL concerning on- and off-field misconduct. The Appointee will be responsible for chairing IRL judiciary and disciplinary tribunals, protecting the sport’s integrity as well as the moral and physical wellbeing of its participants by ensuring a fair, balanced, proportionate and transparent treatment of all judicial matters.

Principal responsibilities

  • Serve as the most senior IRL officer for judicial matters in international rugby league
  • Chair IRL tribunals for on- and off-field IRL misconduct cases and other matters, such as disputes between members, presiding over hearings on operational rule breaches, disputes over player transfers, anti-doping and eligibility disputes and making adjudications on all of the above.
  • Cultivate, mentor, coordinate and lead an adequately sized global pool of judiciary panellists, for deployment on IRL judicial matters.
  • Oversee and, where appropriate, recommend amendments to operational rules governing misconduct, including both first instance and appelant organs.
  • Effectively coordinate with colleagues in the member nations.

Duties / activities

  • Recommend for adoption by the Board amendments to the operational rules governing misconduct in IRL, including sentencing guidelines
  • Facilitate, when required, the judicial process by empanelling tribunals, then reviewing, hearing and adjudicating on misconduct cases or disputes in IRL, determining any ruling or sentencing applied upon completion of a case
  • Liaise with judiciary officers mandated by Local Organising Committees of international tournaments to ensure a coherent approach to international rugby league judicial procedure and sentencing
  • Maintain clear and well organised official records of judiciary cases
  • Ability to act expeditiously, if the need arises, to provide timely decisions
  • To a reasonable degree, field and respond to requests from the membership on judicial matters
  • Facilitate misconduct cases by taking logistical and organisational initiative on investigations, written submissions and hearings.

Essential skills / experience

  • Excellent spoken and written English
  • At least ten years experience of law (practising or otherwise) and an unimpeachable commitment towards fairness and impartiality
  • Excellent grasp of normative legal procedural matters and the ability to apply proportionality
  • Ability to operate in a remote management environment with first class administration skills
  • Proven leadership ability with an effective team management and mentoring record
  • Proven excellence in communication skills in a multi-cultural environment
  • Digital competencies, including good IT skills (to participate in virtual hearings and meetings)
  • Excellent record keeping

Desirable skills / experience

  • Professional experience as a judge in a court of law
  • Knowledge of the international sporting landscape, including governmental, non-governmental and omnisport organisations, especially in a disciplinary / judiciary context (elite and grassroots)
  • Speaks more than one language

Working hours

The role is part-time, with the successful applicant required to commit to a reasonable number of hours required to process cases, with expected activity spikes during competition terms i.e. the international windows mid- and end-of-year

The successful applicant will be prepared to work certain weekends, depending on operational needs

Decision Making

The Appointee will be responsible for making decisions, involving a range of facts and situations, which require analysis of a range of options, will require initiative, interpretation of policy and procedure and a heightened sense of jurisprudence.

Freedom to Act

Within clearly defined IRL policies and regulations.

Financial Responsibilities

Operates within budgets determined by the Board of Directors.

All reasonable expenses for travel and subsistence that have been authorised will be met.

How to apply

Interested candidates should submit their CV and a covering letter (of not more than 300 words) to IRL Executive Assistant charlotte.monkman@intrl.sport by 29 November 2019.

Nov 132019
 

Advisory Group Members - The Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC)

Location: Nationwide
Date Posted: 05/11/2019
Closing Date: 21/11/2019

The Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) is incredibly excited to be recruiting Test of Competence Assurance Advisory Group Members (group members) a pool of clinical, academic and lay experts who will help us oversee the application and delivery of the Test of Competence (the ToC). A two-part test for overseas applicants and those looking re-join the NMC’s register, the ToC is just one part of our work to protect the public and encourage professional excellence amongst our registrant community. It is, however, a significant one, and it is vitally important we get it right.

The group members will work together to offer insight on the ToC from multiple perspectives – practitioner, educator, public, and patient. They will enrich the conversation around training and standards, provide constructive challenge, and work collaboratively in the best interest of the ToC to ensure it is robust yet fair, and in line with latest best practice. The work is varied and rewarding, with group members making recommendations on the ToC’s development, overseeing examination outcomes to ensure fairness and consistency, and monitoring and assessing the outcomes of any appeals to identify learning and improvement opportunities. All will share the NMC’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, and all will be as passionate as we are about promoting a culture that encourages professionals to be open and learn from mistakes, that gives the public an equal voice, and where everyone involved is treated with kindness and understanding.

If better, safer care is as important to you as it is to us, we want to hear from you. As the professional regulator of nurses and midwives in the UK and nursing associates in England, we consider ourselves privileged to play a central role in encouraging a culture and environment where practitioners can flourish professionally while delivering safe and effective care to the public.

To get involved as a Lay or Registrant Member of the Test of Competence Assurance Advisory Group and for more information, please click here.

Closing Date: 12 noon on 21 November 2019.

Nov 132019
 

Board Members - Reside Housing Association

Location: Hampton Wick
Date Posted: 08/11/2019
Closing Date: 16/12/2019

Non-Executive Board Members

Salary: £4,000.00 /year

We celebrate diversity at Reside and welcome applicants from a range of backgrounds and demographics

As a Board Member for Reside Housing Association, you will make a significant contribution to this successful charitable organisation. Reside are a registered provider of housing working nationally, and in partnerships, to provide housing solutions for people with support needs. During our 17-year history, Reside has assisted and empowered independence in the community for a wealth of people with disabilities, particularly those with a learning disability, autism, enduring mental health problems and/or acquired brain injury. Reside provides everyday homes within the community, regardless of the support a group or individual may require, with an emphasis on creating safe and homely environments. Reside is committed to providing and maintaining high quality housing solutions, pursuing sustainable growth, and maintaining a compliant regulatory environment.

Board Members support Reside to help meet the challenges of health and social care environments, and in keeping pace with best practice in Housing. With a clear empathy for the values and mission of the organisation, you will challenge and support your colleagues to ensure that when a decision is reached it is the right one for both Reside and its tenants. That means knowing and positively promoting Reside’s work and values, as well as working to the highest levels of probity, integrity and governance. You will share your vast knowledge of business practice, governance and wider strategy to provide real insight and make sound commercial and ethical decisions.

As a leader, you will be a strategic thinker and have a proven record of insight, judgement and decision making. With your highly effective collaborative team working style and excellent communication and influencing skills. We are particularly seeking a track record in housing and/or social care but other skills sets will be considered, we would also be interested to hear from people from an HR/Organisational Development background.

The commitment will be a minimum of 10 days per year. Meetings usually take place in Hampton Wick, Kingston on Thames.

Positions are remunerated @ £4k per annum and out of pocket/travel expenses reimbursed.

For more information about Reside Housing Association and to download a recruitment pack visit the ‘Work for us’ page at www.residehousing.com

Closing date: 9am on Monday 16th December

Interviews: Monday 3rd February

Reference ID: NED

Job Types: Part-time, Commission

Salary: £4,000.00 /year