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Natural England Board Member - Audit and Risk Assurance Committee Chair
 Remuneration: £328 per day (up to £14,760 per annum for a time commitment of 45 days).
 Location: No set location (work from home with attendance at meetings in various locations)
 Closing Date:   23/10/2017 at 12:00
 Contact: PublicAppts@defra.gsi.gov.uk
 Apply: Centre for Public Appointments

 

Board members are expected to encourage and support innovation as Natural England fully develops its income generation capacities and explores new relationships with businesses in the future.

The Secretary of State is seeking high-calibre applicants from diverse backgrounds who can demonstrate they can contribute to the strategic leadership of Natural England, discharge a full range of non-executive responsibilities and provide professional insight into key corporate issues – in particular audit, governance and risk assurance. As Chair of the Audit and Risk Assurance Committee (ARAC) you will effectively chair four ARAC meetings a year and ensure delivery of the Committees work. You will oversee the governance and accountability, and have a clear insight on the risks and assurance of Natural England’s business.

The Audit and Risk Assurance Committee (ARAC) is a standing committee of the Board. Its role is to advise the Board and Accounting Officer on matters of financial accountability, risk, control, assurance and governance.

Find out more and apply via the Centre for Public Appointments website


 

Natural England Board Members
Number of Vacancies: 2
Remuneration: £328 per day (up to £11,808 per annum for a time commitment of 36 days).
Location: No set location (work from home with attendance at meetings in various locations)
Closing Date: 23/10/2017 at 12:00
Contact: PublicAppts@defra.gsi.gov.uk
Apply: Centre for Public Appointments

 

Board members play an important role in supporting and encouraging the executive team in improving Natural England’s delivery for the natural environment by driving forward substantial change to deliver value for money, excellent customer service and better collaboration with key partners while maintaining a clear overview, and ensuring business continuity, across the range of its functions.

Board members are expected to encourage and support innovation as Natural England fully develops its income generation capacities and explores new relationships with businesses in the future.

The Secretary of State is seeking to attract high-calibre applicants from diverse backgrounds who can demonstrate they can contribute to the strategic leadership of Natural England and discharge a full range of non-executive responsibilities. There is a need for people with knowledge and expertise of: rural land management (including farming, nature conservation and agri-environment schemes); ecological, environmental or marine sciences; or business, with an understanding of complex process management, customer service and/or planning and development. You may have these skills, or other areas of expertise relevant to Natural England, and applications are welcomed from any candidate who meet the essential criteria for the role.

Find out more and apply via the Centre for Public Appointments website

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