Their expectations are high. As their new our Chief Executive Officer, you will be expected to:
Celebrating D/deaf culture and the community is an essential part of what they do. With D/deaf and hard of hearing people and, in collaboration with others, they innovate and deliver services that D/deaf and hard of hearing people want and need, with all colleagues, trustees, staff and volunteers expected to actively demonstrate and share accountability for their organisational values.
We seek new non-executive Directors with skills, knowledge, and experience appropriate to income generation and trading activity in the hospitality or visitor experience settings to support the growth and development of Gregynog Enterprises.
Directors who will be able to demonstrate independence of thought, diversity of perspective and sensitivity towards the distinctive context of Wales, its rich language and heritage; who meet the role description below and who bring a successful track record of achieving business growth and development, innovation in product and service development and attracting new and more diverse audiences.
They will bring constructive challenge, professional insight and independent judgment to bear on issues of strategy, performance and resourcing, impartiality and objectivity to the decision-making process provide creative and informed contributions to objectives and strategy devised by the executive management team.
Directors of Gregynog Enterprises Ltd also fulfil specific duties and responsibilities for effective governance in terms of the inter-company relationship between Gregynog Enterprises Ltd and the Gregynog Trust, acting at all times in the interests of the success of the company, recognising its relationship to and independence from the Gregynog Trust. An understanding of the relationship between charitable Trusts and Trading subsidiaries would be an advantage, as our new non executive directors will play an important independent role on behalf of Gregynog Enterprises Ltd, as well as a supporting role to Dr. Liz Siberry OBE, the Trustee representative from the Gregynog Trust on the Board of Gregynog Enterprises Ltd.
Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the post’s primary purpose is to fulfill the vision, mission, and charitable objects of Kielder Observatory Astronomical Society, implementing the agreed strategy, leading the team, supporting the Board of Trustees, ensuring good governance and regulatory compliance, and overseeing the efficient operation of KOAS’s events, arts, education, and science programmes, and other activities as they arise.
We are looking for three individuals who can help us to sharpen our thinking and who will bring new and diverse voices and a background within care, to provide oversight and input into key strategic decisions relating to the provision of our care-related services, identifying areas for improvement, and opportunities to potentially innovate; finance, to maintain an overview of our finances to ensure that our financial resources meet our present and future needs; or as a business connector to help us develop new ideas and arrive at the best possible strategy to help us identify and cultivate potential corporate partners, to support, drive, and help us to deliver our plans.
We are equally keen to hear from candidates who do not meet these specific criteria but believe they could actively contribute to our thinking and to our future success and resilience.
Previous experience as a Trustee is not necessary, as we are committed to full and appropriate induction, mentoring, training, and support for all new Trustees.
Our Chair is responsible for providing effective strategic leadership and management to the Board of Trustees, enabling the Board to fulfil its responsibilities for the governance and strategic direction of Woman’s Trust and to deliver the objectives of our Governing Document.
You are, at all times, a spokesperson and representative of our organisation. This includes being an accessible and engaging ambassador for Woman’s Trust with national bodies and local statutory and voluntary sector organisations.
You will be expected to hold firm to Woman’s Trust’s ethos, ensuring that the Board works within our values and our constitution and help the Board, in this most challenging of financial environments, to find creative ways to deliver our vision of ‘a world where women have the resources to stop domestic abuse damaging their future.’
This post is open to female applicants only as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010.
We welcome applications from candidates with past experience of domestic abuse within their family or friends, but please do not apply if you are currently experiencing abuse.
Permanent, 4/5 days per week.
As our Communities Manager you will:
FoWA relies on the support and guidance of a dedicated and skilled Chair and Board of Trustees, who are actively involved in the organisation’s strategic direction, governance, and decision-making. All of whom will be fundamental in driving the new vision from concept to completion.
With you as their new Chair expected to share their passion for the enhancement, conservation, and care of Westonbirt. Working collaboratively with Foresty England and their CEO to help shape the long-term sustainable future of both Westonbirt Arboretum and the charity, horizon scan, broker new introductions, and effectively mobilise new opportunities. Act as an ambassador and a public face, support the CEO, and ensure that the board functions as a unit and works closely with the entire team at FoWA to achieve their strategic objectives.