Remuneration: The role of Chair is not accompanied by any financial remuneration, although expenses for travel may be claimed.
Time commitment: Four Board meetings per year. The Chair is also expected to have regular meetings with the Executive Chair and represent the Charity at various events and meetings with key stakeholders where mutually convenient.
Reporting to Board of Trustees.
The Chair will hold the Board and Executive Team to account for the Charity’s mission and vision, providing inclusive leadership to the Board of Trustees, ensuring that each trustee fulfils their duties and responsibilities for the effective governance of the charity. The Chair will also support, and, where appropriate, challenge the Executive Chair and ensure that the Board functions as a unit and works closely with the entire Executive of the charity to achieve agreed objectives. He or she will act as an ambassador and the public face of the charity in partnership with the Executive Chair and CEO.
Efficiency and Effectiveness
Relationship with the Executive Chair and the wider management team
The above list is indicative only and not exhaustive. The Chair will be expected to perform all such additional duties as are reasonably commensurate with the role.
The charity’s Chair (and board members) will serve a four-year term.
In addition to chairing the main Board meetings, the Chair has the right to attend the sub-committees.
Please send your application letter and CV by 31 August to: [email protected]