To balance the composition and skills of our Executive Committee, the BMC welcomes applications for an Independent Director with a background in finance, audit or risk management during an exciting period of organisational development and governance modernisation.
The landscape in which the BMC operate is dynamic, diverse and ever-changing and the organisation remains proactive and forward thinking in order to remain relevant to our members whilst maintaining and promoting our traditional values.
The BMC Executive Committee provides strategic direction, supports operational management and helps promote our activities across England and Wales. The successful candidate will be part of a team expected to analyse plans and strategic options in a constructive way and help guide the future development of the BMC.
Key responsibilities will include:
· Helping define and develop the BMC’s vision, mission and long term strategic direction.
· Approving the allocation of funds and monitoring operational and financial performance.
· Supporting the development of a newly established Finance & Audit Committee (a sub-committee of the Board).
About British Mountaineering Council
As the national representative body for climbers, hill walkers and mountaineers in England and Wales, the BMC remains a passionate advocate for our members and the wider outdoor community. Established in 1944, we now have 85,000 members, 33 staff, a dedicated volunteer network and a head office in West Didsbury, Manchester.