Jul 262016
 

Board of Governors/Independent Governors

Recruiter: OXFORD BROOKES UNIVERSITY
Location: Oxford, Oxfordshire
Salary: Non Remunerated
Posted: 25 Jul 2016
Closes: 12 Aug 2016
Job Function: Governor
Industry: Education

The Board of Oxford Brookes University is responsible for the educational character and mission of the University and oversight of its activities. We are looking for three new Independent Governors to join the Board.

Oxford Brookes is a successful and ambitious University with sound finances and an effective Board. The role of Governor is not salaried, but it provides an opportunity to contribute to the development of the University, working with other members of the Board, the Vice-Chancellor and other senior staff.

In order to maintain the right balance of skills and expertise on the Board, we are particularly interested in appointing Governors with significant and successful backgrounds in the following areas; IT/Transformational change, Capital Projects and  European or International experience.

Equality and diversity are fundamental to the University’s values and we would welcome applications from under-represented areas, especially those from black and minority ethnic groups.

If you would like to be considered for this vacancy, please submit a brief CV and covering letter, preferably by email to Karen Bampton (kbampton@brookes.ac.uk) at the Senior Management Team Offices, Oxford Brookes University, Headington, Oxford, OX3 0BP.

Further details of the role are available at:

http://www.brookes.ac.uk/about-brookes/structure-and-governance/board-of-governors/governor-vacancies/

Closing date: Friday 12th August 2016.

It is anticipated that informal conversations with the Chair of Governors, Mrs Leslie Morphy OBE (wef August 1st 2016) and with the Registrar and Chief Operating Officer, Mr Brendan Casey will take place during the latter part of August with formal interviews with the Nominations Committee scheduled for Tuesday 27th September 2016.

 

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