Do you have the skills and enthusiasm, to lead a charity playing an important role in responding to the biodiversity crisis? Where is the data we need to know the impact of climate change on species?
The National Biodiversity Network Trust is a charitable organisation with a membership that collects, collates, shares and uses biodiversity data and information under the banner of the National Biodiversity Network (NBN). The NBN is the UK’s largest partnership for nature, its membership includes most of the UK’s national biological recording schemes and societies, many of the UK’s largest wildlife charities and Local Environmental Record Centres, as well as government agencies, research institutions, museums, botanic gardens and members of the public.
We are recruiting a new Chief Executive Officer to provide leadership and management, working closely with the Chair and Board of Trustees to set and implement the strategic direction of the organisation. As well as being responsible for the day to day management of the Trust, the CEO will be responsible for inspiring and influencing NBN members crucial to the successful delivery of the strategy and advocating for the wise and appropriate use of biodiversity data.
The ideal candidate will be an excellent communicator, skilled at partnership working and developing positive collaborations across a range of organisations. Skills in fundraising and identifying income generating opportunities will also be crucial to the role.
For further information and details on how to apply please see the CEO appointment brief available on our website www.nbn.org.uk
Closing date: 13 December 2020
Shortlisting results: 18 December 2020
Interviews: w/c 4 January 2021
These dates may be subject to change and candidates will be advised in advance should this happen. If you wish to have an informal discussion about the opportunity, have any queries on any aspect of the appointment process or need additional information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Jo Judge email@example.com