Non-Executive Board Member (part time)

Recruiter
Hastoe Housing Association
Location
Flexible - meetings mainly held in Central London
Salary
Remuneration: £4,750 per annum
Posted
09 Apr 2019
Closes
29 Apr 2019

Location: South of England - meetings mainly held in Central London

Contract type: Non-executive; part-time

Remuneration: £4,750 per annum

About Hastoe

Hastoe - the leading provider of rural affordable housing in the country - has a clear sense of purpose: to build sustainable energy-efficient homes in rural communities and to deliver a high-quality service to our customers.

We own and manage over 7,500 homes in over 70 local authority areas and nearly 300 villages across the south of England, from Norfolk to Cornwall.

About the role

We are looking for two non-executive board members to join our Board to help to shape the future of Hastoe and oversee the continuous improvement of its services to residents and local communities.

For full details, please click the apply button to download the job pack for this role.

About you

We are particularly keen to receive applications from individuals with skills and expertise in either:

  • Residential property development / construction / design; or
  • Influencing and communications, preferably with strong links to national and/or local decision-makers.

Financial acumen and a knowledge of good governance will be distinct advantages, though are not essential.

Finally, you will be enthusiastic about Hastoe’s purpose and able to meet a time commitment of around 10-15 days per year.

Benefits

You will receive a basic fee of £4,750, plus reasonable expenses. You will also be provided with relevant training and development opportunities.

Application
Please click the apply button below for further details and to make your application.

Interviews will take place late May 2019 and early June 2019.


Equal opportunities. Hastoe is committed to equality and diversity. We encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, however we particularly welcome applications from women, ethnic minority people, and people with disabilities.

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