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11.01.2018

We are seeking a new Chair for our Board of Trustees

We are currently seeking to appoint a new Chair to lead our Board of Trustees and guide our organisation as we continue to innovate leadership development in the social sector. The new Chair will succeed John Kampfner who steps down at the end of his term later this year.

This is an exciting time in our organisational development. We are committed to building a more robust, courageous and agile social sector, focussing on the development of the next generation of leaders who today are beacons of social change. Building on our ten years of knowledge and insights, we have adopted a new strategy to reach people at all stages of their careers.

Working with our partners, we want to do even more as a facilitator and capacity builder, providing research and insights and engaging and helping more leaders to reach their full potential.  Digital transformation is at the heart of our plans, and we will continue to innovate to find new and effective ways of meeting need.

Our new Chair will be someone who commands respect and demonstrates the key attributes of leadership, encouraging the Board to give their best.  They will bring experience of leading new thinking and be highly motivated by the challenges and opportunities that face the social sector. Experience/understanding of digital technology and entrepreneurial energy will also be important. This is an unpaid position - the estimated time commitment for the role is one to two days per month.

Applications should be received by noon on Friday 2 February 2018.

Saxton Bampfylde Ltd is acting as an employment agency adviser to Clore Social Leadership on this appointment.  A candidate brief with full application details can be obtained from their website at using reference code UAQTA.  Alternatively email  or telephone 020 7227 0880 (during office hours).  

Contact us
0207 812 3770
5th Floor, Kings Place, 90 York Way
London, N19AG
info@cloresocialleadership.org.uk

Charity: 1136727
Reg: 7222275
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