We are currently recruiting for a fifth regional manager to join an existing team of four working on Inspiring Governance. Regional Managers are at the forefront of our work with employers (private/public and third-sector) and governor recruiters in their regions. As part of the Education and Employers charity and working closely with our key partner the NGA, you will be responsible for recruiting and placing suitably qualified people from the world of work into governance roles through the highly successful Inspiring Governance digital platform.
This new Regional Manager post will involve being the face of this exciting recruitment service in the North-West. The successful candidate will work closely with the central, London-based team to achieve pre-defined targets, increasing volunteer recruitment through new and existing national/local employer relationships in your region. Working closely with the NGA, who are responsible for driving up demand for the service, the Regional Manager will support governing boards to encourage them to recruit skilled volunteers to ensure their boards are effective.
The Inspiring Governance recruitment service uses an online technology. This is complemented by tailored recruitment – providing specialist help to boards with urgent or high-priority vacancies and in regional priority areas. The role will include extensive liaison with employers and professional bodies as well as individual volunteers to ensure that the service is successful in meeting its targets.
Read the full job description and apply here.
The Education and Employers Charity values having a diverse workforce. We are committed to equality of opportunity and welcome applications from individuals, regardless of their background.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 8th August at 5 pm and only successful candidates will be notified no later than Wednesday 22nd August that they have been shortlisted. Interviews will take place on Tuesday 4th September at the National Governance Association’s offices in Birmingham.