Member at The Ryedale Learning Trust
The board seeks one member with previous experience in
- Legal/ Compliance
Applicants should have an extensive and demonstrable background in senior leadership roles, with strategic vision and knowledge of the non-executive director role. Candidates are expected to demonstrate the seven principles of public life set out by Lord Nolan.
Members have a similar role to the shareholders in a company limited by shares. They provide high-level oversight and scrutiny of the work of the trust board.
Most notably, members:
- define the trust's charitable object and governance structure;
- amend the articles of association;
- appoint or remove trustees;
- appoint the trust's auditors and receive the trust's annual audited accounts; and, ultimately,
- dissolve the academy trust if required.
Members will typically meet once per year with preparation time required. This translates to a commitment of around two hours per month.
Further information on the member role at a multi-academy trust is available on the gov.uk website.
Successful candidates will join a network of Ambassadors: experienced business leaders and professionals who have been appointed to board roles through the Academy Ambassadors Programme. All Ambassadors gain access to resources, guidance, networking events, our annual flagship conference, as well as webinars.
A full trust specification is available at https://www.academyambassadors.org/board-opportunities/ryedale-learning-trust.
People from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
We strongly recommend applying as early as you can to have the best possible chance of being considered as we may change the closing date if we have received sufficient applications.
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