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Governor Appointments - Fife College - Board of Governors

Reference:2743 

Remuneration:No remuneration - reasonable expenses can be claimed 

Location:Fife  

Closing date:29 January 2020 at midday 

BOARD OF GOVERNOR APPOINTMENTS


A Board vacancy has become available for interested individuals to get involved in Fife College, influencing and shaping the college’s strategy, mission and values.  We are seeking a new member who has a strong commitment to changing lives and an understanding of the value of college education and an interest in Fife more generally. 


We are particularly interested in applications from people with recent relevant finance or audit experience.  It is anticipated that the successful individual will become a member of the Audit and Risk Committee, and would be prepared in principle to take over the role of Chair of the Committee during the tenure of the appointment.


We welcome and encourage applications from groups currently under-represented on Scotland’s public bodies such as women, disabled people, people with a BME background, people aged under 50 and LGBTQ+ individuals.


The role is voluntary and reasonable travel expenses are paid.  The time commitment is normally around 15 days per year, although more time may be required in the first year while training and induction is undertaken.


Information packs and application forms are available from the College website: www.fife.ac.uk/collegeinfo/governance or by contacting Marianne Philp (email: mariannephilp@fife.ac.uk / tel: 01383 845009). 


The closing date for all applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 29 January 2020.

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*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*

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