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Central School Of Ballet


Membership to the Board of Governors - Higher Education Representation

The Board of Governors is strongly populated with a broad range of skill sets and representation across core organisational needs to ensure the Central’s continued development and sustainability in challenging times. The Board is fully supported by a highly dedicated Senior Management Team. Effective governance is embedded throughout the organisation, and the fresh challenges presented by external frameworks are fully acknowledged. Collectively, the Board possesses very strong knowledge of the HE framework and practices; however, the Board is looking to appoint a member directly from the HE sector.

The ideal candidate will have a background in quality assurance within Higher Education or have worked at a high level within the university sector for a number of years. Enthusiasm and interest in the arts is also essential. In addition, we are looking for the individual to make a positive contribution as a fully participating member of the Board providing constructive challenge as Central moves forward as well as acting as an ambassador in attending performances and events, including for cultivation and fundraising purposes.

The post is unremunerated and runs for an initial term of three years. Meetings, generally four per academic year, are held in central London. The Terms of Reference for the Board of Governors are available upon request.

To apply please send your CV and covering letter by 25 May 2016 to: Emma Smith, Executive Manager and Company Secretary: governor@csbschool.co.uk

Please download the advert on the Right-hand side of this page for further details.

Central School of Ballet is an equal opportunities employer.In line with the School policy this post requires an enhanced DBS disclosure

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