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Inclusive Multi Academy Trust - -224 days remaining
Closing Date 07/12/2018

c/o Laurance Haines School

Vicarage Road


  WD18 0DD

IMAT is looking for Trustees/Non-Executive Directors with experience in Branding/Marketing, Legal/Compliance, HR or Real estate/Property

Trusteeship is a voluntary, unpaid role for people who have the energy and skills to make a real contribution to shaping the future of our schools.  You do not need to have any specialist knowledge of education. 

The trust plans to expand and attract additional schools. This will form part of the ongoing planning and strategy development of the trust. To support these plans, IMAT seeks three new non-executive directors with Branding/Marketing, Legal/Compliance, HR or Real estate/Property experience to strengthen the board and support the positive progress its schools are making in the community.

Trustees – or non-executive directors - are both charity trustees and company directors of the academy trust; the role is to hold to account the executive and senior leadership team. The board of trustees manages the business of the academy trust and may exercise all the powers of the trust. The trustees ensure compliance with the trust’s charitable objects and with company and charity law.

Successful applicants will have the ability and determination to adapt and transfer their experience to an educational setting. They will have a willingness to devote time, an understanding of the legal duties and liabilities of trusteeship and the ability to challenge, evaluate and interpret information. With IMAT looking to grow as a trust, experience in growth management is desirable as is a strong understanding of corporate governance. The trust is interested in applications from diverse candidates.

To register interest, click https://www.academyambassadors.org/board-opportunities/inclusive-multi-academy-trust


More Information: https://www.inclusivemat.co.uk/news/?pid=0&nid=2&storyid=55