Appointment of Members to North East Scotland College Regional Board

Do you have an active interest in education?

Are you passionate about promoting better outcomes for Scotland’s learners?

Applications are being invited for membership of the Regional Board of North East Scotland College.

The College's vision is to be a College that transforms lives and supports regional development. If you believe your skills and experience would benefit the College in delivering its vision and values and in continuing to offer the region’s learners high quality and innovative learning and teaching please see below for more information on this exciting opportunity.

Regional Board Information Pack PDF, 482.46 KB Find out more relating to the work of the Regional Board and current Board Members here Detailed information on the College’s role in the region can be found here

 

Why become a Board Member?

Read about the experience of two of our current Board Members below.

Anne Simpson, Member of the Regional Board PDF, 65.28 KB David Anderson, Member of the Regional Board PDF, 94.57 KB

Person specification

What skills and attributes can you bring to the Regional Board of NESCol?

Board Member Person Specification PDF, 62.45 KB

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How to apply

To apply for this exciting opportunity, simply download and complete the application form below.

You should then send your application alongside your CV or career history to: p.may@nescol.ac.uk. Alternatively, applications can be sent to the address noted on the form.

Board Member Application and Monitoring Form DOCX, 74.4 KB

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Enquiries

For further information on the role and the benefits of being a Board Members, please contact:

Pauline May, Secretary to the Regional Board
Email: p.may@nescol.ac.uk
Telephone: 01224 612025

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Useful information

Guide for Board Members in the College Sector: Your essential guide to being a board member
A Guide for Board Members describing the context of the role, its key duties and responsibilities.

Board Member Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions of Office for Non-Executive Board Members of Scottish Colleges.

The Code of Good Governance for Scotland’s Colleges
The Code of Good Governance codifies the principles of good governance for learners and learning that already exist in colleges and promotes accountability and continuous improvement in how colleges and regional strategic bodies are governed.

Scottish Funding Council
The Scottish Further and Higher Education Funding Council (SFC) is the national, strategic body that is responsible for funding teaching and learning provision, research and other activities in Scotland's colleges, universities and higher education institutions.

Colleges Scotland
Colleges Scotland supports the sector by ensuring that its views are heard and interests represented.

College Development Network (CDN)
College Development Network supports colleges in Scotland through training, events, specialist projects and network activity.

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