Trustee

The Gender and Development Network (GADN) is recruiting for a Trustee to join our Board. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to be involved in the governance and future direction of our dynamic network. We are particularly interested in finding a new Board member who is based within an international non-governmental organisation and/or who…

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Council Member (lay x2)

Time commitment: Part time, 2-3 days per month Remuneration: £13,460 per annum Application deadline: 28 November 2016,12:00 (noon) Interviews: 17-18 January 2017 (lay applicants) Council members are charitable trustees and together are the GOC’s governing body We are the regulator for the optical professions in the UK. Our purpose is to protect the public by…

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Trustees

Salary – no remuneration, expenses will be paid Time commitment – approximately 8 -15 days a year Location – predominately London, but meetings may be around the country Jisc has been in existence for more than 20 years, working on behalf of UK education and research to champion the use of digital technologies. Their vision…

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Up to three Trustees

We are a large and high-profile homelessness charity. Formed in April 2014 through the merger of two long established charities, we currently work across London and the south of England but influence and campaign nationally to help people affected by homelessness rebuild their lives. With an annual turnover of around £85m, we support men and women through…

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Treasurer

The Gender and Development Network (GADN) is recruiting for the position of Treasurer. The role of the Treasurer includes maintaining oversight of the organisation’s financial affairs on behalf of the Board of Trustees, and providing guidance to the Board of Trustees, Secretariat and Advisory Group on financial stewardship of the organisation in line with the…

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Chair

Staying First is a charity and social enterprise and a part of Shepherds Bush Housing Group  We are looking for a new Chair of our Board with the experience, tenacity and drive to lead us into a new more commercially varied future which will allow us to continue delivering on our vision to help people…

Members of the Office of Rail and Road’s Consumer Expert Panel

Vacancy Description The function of the ORR Consumer Expert Panel is to challenge and support ORR’s consumer work across all of ORR’s areas of responsibility. Its purpose is to operate alongside our developing research agenda aimed at understanding consumer issues, informing our policy development and business planning. The independent Panel’s wide range of experience and…