The University of Westminster is seeking to appoint an independent (non-governor) member with estate and property development expertise to our Resources Committee.
Our new member will be able to advise the Committee on proposals for major development projects and support monitoring of the effective implementation of our Estate strategy and delivery of capital projects.
You will have strategic level experience of estate and property development and a strong personal commitment to our values (progressive-compassionate-responsible), aims and objectives. You will act in the best interests of the University by scrutinising papers, contributing to discussions and decision-making across the remit of the Committee as well as focusing on key issues relevant to estate and property development. You will demonstrate integrity, strategic thinking, sound and independent judgement, and an ability to think creatively and work effectively as a member of a team.
A full role description including the main duties and selection criteria can be downloaded here.
The role is non-remunerated; we will reimburse reasonable expenses.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply please send a CV including details of paid and voluntary work and a letter explaining the motivation for the application and the skills and experience you can offer with reference to the selection criteria to Elaine McMillan: email@example.com.
To informally inquire about the position, contact Elaine at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07870 902276.
Closing date for applications: 18 January 2022
Preferred start date: February 2022
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