Chair to the Board of Directors

University College of Osteopathy
London (Central), London (Greater)
Voluntary- Expenses Paid
Closing date
11 Feb 2019
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The 100 year old University College of Osteopathy (UCO) is a dynamic and ambitious institution seeking to appoint an experienced individual as Chair to the Board to drive our strategic vision and help take UCO to the next level following the award of Taught Degree Awarding Powers and University College Title. We are also reviewing our estates requirements making this a particularly exciting time to be involved with the UCO.

The successful candidate will work closely with the Vice Chancellor, the Board of Directors and Clerk to the Board. We are looking for an individual with experience and expertise in strategic leadership and/or governance.  The UCO are looking to appoint a Chair, with experience in leading and cultivating a collaborative team environment, who will represent the organisation at external meetings and events and lead the institution into its next phase.

There are four Board Meetings per year (travel expenses shall be reimbursed) and other meetings as required.

If you would like discuss the role with the Vice-Chancellor, Charles Hunt or the Clerk to The Board prior to making an application, please contact Allan Scott on or 020 7089 5326.

To apply to chair the UCO Board of Directors at such an exciting time in our history, please email a covering letter limited to two to three sides of A4 which demonstrates how you fit the criteria detailing the skills and experience you would be able to contribute and send it, together with a copy of your CV, to by 11 February 2019.

Interviews with our Board Nominations Committee are likely to be held on Monday 4 March 2019. 

The UCO promotes diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community


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