Lay Member - Queen Margaret University
Remuneration:reasonable travel and subsistence expenses will be reimbursed
Location:Edinburgh, City of
Closing date:08 September 2017 at midnight
CONTRIBUTE TO OUR SUCCESS
Queen Margaret is in an exciting phase of its strategic development. In support of that development, the University Court is seeking to appoint to vacancies in its lay membership.
Committed Court members are critical to the University’s success. Court appointments take account of personal and professional skills and experience in the context of the overall composition of the Court. Currently, we are particularly interested to hear from individuals who have specific expertise in finance or who have a strong background in estates development and/or planning, particularly if this expertise has contributed to success within a higher education context. Applicants with other specialist knowledge are welcome to apply. You will have a strong, personal commitment to Higher Education, its governance and the values, aims and objectives of Queen Margaret University.
We are seeking individuals with experience of operating at strategic or board level, or who are able to demonstrate a track record of success in professional areas of expertise. Consideration will be given also to individuals who demonstrate the capacity to develop the required knowledge once they are in the role.
Queen Margaret University is committed to ensuring that its Court represents the staff, students and community it serves. Applications are welcomed particularly from women, disabled people, ethnic minorities and applicants who would further enhance the diversity of the Court.
Further information about the role of Court members and the application process is available on our website at https://www.qmu.ac.uk/about-the-university/university-court/ and in the information pack. Informal enquiries may be directed to Irene Hynd, University Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org). The closing date for application is Friday, 8 September 2017.
Applications are invited in the form of:
- • A current CV or description of work and other relevant experience.
- •A supporting statement highlighting how skills and experience match the role specification.
- The names of two referees who may be contacted.
Applicants are also asked to complete and return an Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form. Please note that this form will be used purely for monitoring purposes. The form will be separated from the application and will not form part of the selection process.
For an informal discussion on this role, please contact Irene Hynd, University Secretary at email@example.com or tel: 0131 474 0525.
The closing date for applications is 8th September2017.
Applications should be submitted:
By post to: Irene Hynd, University Secretary
By e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org