MAT Board Member Vacancies
Join The Midland Academies Trust as a Director or Raising Achievement Board Member
The Midland Academies Trust (the Trust) is an independent, charitable organisation established by North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College to support local schools in North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire.
Over 1,900 students currently study at the Trust’s schools and academies and your involvement and contribution can help us to meet their needs.
The Trust is currently looking for enthusiastic, committed and motivated individuals to join its Board of Directors and a number of its academy Raising Achievement Boards.
We are keen to involve people of all ages and cultural backgrounds. You may have experience in education, business, community, social or charity work, financial or legal practice, or even be an entrepreneur. The broader your vocational field and cultural experience the better.
These voluntary roles bring many professional rewards such as boardroom experience which will add to your CV and be a positive step towards long-term career development, as well as offering a chance to support local communities
Board of Director Vacancies
As a Director you will actively contribute to the work of the Board and ensure Trust performance and success. We are looking for people with a passion for education who are able to take a strategic view and participate in boardroom discussions.
Raising Achievement Board Member Vacancies
As a member of a Raising Achievement Board you will work on behalf of the Board of Directors, to scrutinise and challenge the impact and effectiveness of educational performance at an academy/school level, and to support the improvement of student outcomes.
Details of role descriptions and person specifications are attached below:
RAB Parent Member
Expressions of interest are invited.
If you are interested in either role, please contact Rachel Marshall, Company Secretary on 024 7624 3333 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal chat or more information.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Last updated: Wednesday 28th March 2018
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