Full Time / Permanent
Salary - Dependent upon experience
Working Hours - Flexible 36 hours per week
About The Role
This is a unique opportunity to support the Board and Executive Team by playing a key role in the governance function of a housing, care and support organisation.
The successful candidate will oversee a busy Board / Committee schedule, by agenda planning, involvement in the production of board reports, attend Board and Committee meetings, taking accurate and detailed minutes whilst working with the Executive and Senior Leadership Team to ensure that actions are followed through to completion.
Skills and Experience Required
It is essential for the successful candidate to have an excellent command of the English Language, accurate minute taking and typing skills and also an excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office packages, in particular Word, Outlook and PowerPoint. GCSE or equivalent Grades A-C are essential.
You must be highly organised, have an eye for detail and have the professionalism to work with Board members and Executives. You will have the ability to listen to complex information, take minutes in detail and transcribe accurately. Proven experience in a similar role is essential (At least 3 years experience).
Knowledge of corporate governance in a regulated environment is desirable along with an administration qualification or membership.
In return, we will offer you an interesting, challenging and rewarding place to work.
Please note all shortlisted applicants will be required to attend a recruitment for attitude session on the 14th February 2020. Following this, interviews will take place on the 20th and 21st February.
For an informal discussion on the role, please contact Catherine Rogerson, Company Secretary on 01952 217006.
Ref : WHT1419. Closing Date : 30/01/2020
- Interview Date : 20/02/2020