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Board of Trustees vacancies

Wales Country Representative

In our 75th anniversary year, we are looking for leaders who have a passion for our profession to serve on the Board of Trustees.

Being on the Board provides an opportunity to influence the strategic direction and governance of the RCSLT, and to shape the future of the profession. It also provides a unique learning and development opportunity for successful applicants.

There remains a vacancy for the Wales Country Representative role, which will be taken up at our next AGM in December 2020.

For this role we are looking for a candidate who is a Certified Member, and who works in Wales who will inform and support the strategic direction of the RCSLT. 
 
The candidate will be responsible for:
  • promoting member engagement;
  • connecting with members through RCSLT member networks;
  • and feeding back insights to inform RCSLT’s priorities.

Applicants can only be nominated by members residing in Wales.

As this role has been previously advertised, the selection process for this role will involve a video interview, which will be held in the morning of Monday 23 November 2020, followed by Board approval and appointment. There will not be a member ballot on this occasion (Article 41 applies).

If you would like an informal conversation about this role with the current chair or deputy chair, please contact jo.offen@rcslt.org or call 020 7378 3007.
 
Application pack:

To apply, please complete the Trustee nomination and application form and skills matrix, and include a copy of your CV. Completed applications should be emailed to jo.offen@rcslt.org by midday on Monday 16 November 2020.

Please note that as part of our commitment to equality and diversity, we have decided to redact any personal information not relating to the role from applications prior to them being presented to the selection panel.

Committee vacancies 

Finance and Resources Committee (FRC)

The FRC has a vacancy for an enthusiastic member to involve themselves in the governance of the RCSLT.  This is a chance to not only become involved in the governance of the RCSLT, but it is also a professional development opportunity.
 
Committee membership will broaden your professional skills, challenge you to think strategically, let you play a part in the running of your RCSLT and therefore help to safeguard your profession.
 
If all the above appeals to you, then consider joining the RCSLT Finance and Resources Committee (FRC).  The role will take you into the areas of finance, investments, HR, contracts, performance management, audit, risk, facilities, Heritage work and membership administration and also gives you an insight into all areas of RCSLT activity. 
 
Although it is desirable rather than essential to have professional expertise in one or more of these fields, it is important to be able to assimilate information, think strategically and have a willingness to make decisions on behalf of the RCSLT.
 
In normal times the Committee meets four times a year in London, but is meeting virtually for the foreseeable future.  There will be an induction day (date tbc), and further training will be given if required.  The role is unremunerated, but expenses are paid.  The term of office is for three years, starting from the date of approval of this application, to the AGM in 2022, with an opportunity to re-apply for a further three years.
 
Application pack:
For details or to arrange a chat with the Honorary Treasurer or one of the senior RCSLT staff, please email jo.offen@rcslt.org or tel. 0207 378 3007.
 
To apply, please complete the FRC skills matrix and return by email to jo.offen@rcslt.org.  The deadline for completed applications is midday on Monday 16 November 2020.  Video interviews will be held on the morning of Wednesday 25 November 2020.
 
Please note that as part of our commitment to equality and diversity, we have decided to redact any personal information not relating to the role from applications prior to them being presented to the selection panel.

Staff vacancies   

Research vacancies