Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Great Lincolnshire LEP is still on the lookout for new non-exec directors

The Greater Lincolnshire LEP is seeking new Non-Executive Directors as it seeks to improve the lives and opportunities of communities and businesses in Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland.

The organisation is looking for at least three Non-Executive Directors from the private sector to join its Board, particularly focused on:

  • SMEs
  • Green energy
  • Young entrepreneurs

A spokesman said: “We are happy to consider experienced and new Non-Executive Directors.  You may be seeking your first non-executive board role to develop your strategic awareness and sharpen your decision making and critical thinking, and this could be a valuable opportunity.  Or you may be an experienced business leader who is passionate about the future of Greater Lincolnshire and wants to make an active contribution to its development. Either way, our Board is composed of leaders from a variety of professions, sectors and life journeys; we enjoy great conversations, stretch each other’s thinking, make things happen and learn together. We also encourage applications from female business leaders.”

These are voluntary roles, and Board Directors will be required to attend virtual or face-to-face meetings every six weeks, with opportunities to get involved in Task and Finish groups as required.

For further information contact Ruth Carver at ruth.carver@lincolnshire.gov.uk for an informal conversation or call on 07787 508000.  To apply please send a CV or covering letter to Amy O’Sullivan at the LEP at  amy.o’sullivan@lincolnshire.gov.uk  by 31st August 2022.


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