Board Members - Ayrshire College
Remuneration:No remuneration but reasonable expenses will be reimbursed
Closing date:10 April 2020 at midnight
Board Members Reference: REQ00429
Ayrshire College is recruiting two new members to its Board of Management. You may never have considered a Board position before however, your experience may be invaluable! Many of us don’t realise how much we have to offer, so even if you are really not sure that the Boardroom is for you, please contact us to discuss the role of the Board and its Members and the contribution you could make.
Ayrshire College is a vibrant, student-centered place of learning and our motto ‘Start Here, Go Anywhere’, we believe, sets the scene for our approach to encouraging and engaging our students at this important stage in their lives.
You will be committed to a public service role where you can use your experience to influence the strategic direction of the College to serve the communities and address business needs.
Board Members will also be expected to act as public ambassadors and advocates for the College in the wider community of Ayrshire and beyond. As an ambassador you will value and respect diversity and promote an ethos of inclusion, equality and positive well-being.
The Board encourages applications from individuals representing all aspects of the communities of Ayrshire and would therefore welcome applications from small businesses and under-represented groups such as people with disabilities and ethnic minorities. The essential criterion is for you to have an appropriate level of commitment, knowledge and experience to add value to the deliberations and work of the Board of Management.
Applications are also particularly invited from individuals with experience of key local economy sectors including STEM, Commerce, Hospitality, Tourism and the Third Sector. In addition, applications from individuals with specific skills in Health & Social Care, Human Resource Management/Strategy, Academia, Accounting, Audit, Financial Management and Construction are also welcomed.
The time commitment is approximately 15 days or 105 hours per year, mainly in the afternoons/early evenings although this also includes the time for reading papers. There is no remuneration for the posts; however, reasonable expenses will be reimbursed. The appointment term will be up to four years.
It is currently envisaged that interviews will be held during the week beginning 11 May 2020. The interview and candidate assessment process may include a social event at which applicants would meet with other Board members, students and staff of the College, together with members of the College Senior Leadership Team, in an informal setting.
If you wish to discuss further the role of the Board Member, please contact Willie Mackie, Chair of the Board of Management, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brendan Ferguson, Board Secretary, on 01292 293543, email email@example.com
To apply for the post, please visit https://careers.ayrshire.ac.uk/. If you require the application pack documentation in an alternative format or require any assistance, please contact the HR Team on 01292 293005 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your interest in pursuing a role with Ayrshire College.
*Please note that this is not a regulated public appointment, therefore the Public Appointments Team are unable to answer any queries in relation to this vacancy, please contact the Board directly*