We are looking for up to three independent members to join our Capital Committee.
We are particularly interested in applicants with a successful track record in refurbishment and development of public buildings including knowledge of the Equality Act 2010 and best practice regarding accessibility requirements. In addition, individuals will ideally have knowledge and experience of working within public and/or charitable sectors, and of working as part of a committee.
We are also keen to hear from applicants with managerial experience, an understanding of public or third sector organisations and, preferably, the delivery of professional services in a particular sector which ultimately benefits the public of Wales.
Practical knowledge and first-hand experience of dealing with the challenges in progressing and embedding environmental considerations under the Well-being of Future Generations Act 2015 faced by public organisations in the current environment, would also be beneficial.
The successful applicants will need to demonstrate a willingness to attend and participate in committee meetings, and to support the Arts Council’s aims, values and objectives outlined in its Corporate Plan For the Benefit of All.
We work in both English and Welsh and fluency in Welsh (both written and spoken) is desirable but not essential for this role.
Three year term initially. The position is unpaid, although we pay reasonable travel and subsistence expenses.
Committee meetings are usually held in various locations across Wales. They are usually held on a Friday. Full details, including how to apply can be found in the link below.
Closing date: 12:00 midday on 10 February 2020