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Our Current Board of Trustees
Our Current Board of Trustees

Applications are now closed. Thank you to all Members that applied.

Our continued success will draw on the strength and diverse skills of our Board of Trustees: maintaining its balance of knowledge and experience from across the university, college and learning and skills sector is essential to our future success. We now have a vacancy for two new Board members.

We need top calibre Trustees who reflect the diversity of our sector and will provide the expertise and experience our high profile, ambitious charity requires.

The Board of Trustees contributes to the development of strategy and oversees its delivery by the CEO and our staff. All applicants will have a passion for and commitment to our cause.

This year we’re looking for two motivated and dynamic Trustees with strategic, senior board-level experience with particular expertise in human resource management and sustainability. We also value the broader perspective of out of sector experience.

Being a Trustee brings great networking opportunities and enjoyment - have a look at our Trustee diaries to get a taste.
Trustee positions are only open to Educational Members - click here to check you qualify.

Further information and an application form can be found below.

Applications are now closed. Thank you to all Members that applied.

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