Independent candidates will bring senior board level experience having served in a non-executive capacity previously, while RICS professional candidates will ideally have non-executive or equivalent senior board experience. All candidates will bring strong interpersonal skills to the role, with a diplomatic approach and the ability to build consensus. RICS professional members must be Chartered Surveyors and in good standing.
We are looking for strategic thinkers, with outstanding analytical ability and an understanding of working with cultural and national differences.
The role is remunerated at a rate of £5,440 per annum. Remuneration and expenses will be paid in accordance with RICS policies.
The Board shall meet at least four times a year. Additional virtual attendance at catch-up calls and ad hoc meetings of task and finish groups set up to address individual matters are also likely to be required. The minimum time commitment for this role is approximately 15 days per annum.
Currently most meetings are held virtually but in normal circumstances, some meetings will be held at RICS headquarters at Parliament Square. The Board will ultimately meet at such places, times and dates as the Chair of the Board determines as according to the Standards and Regulation Board Terms of Reference. Some global travel may be required (subject to government guidelines).
The successful candidates will take up their new role in March 2022.