Sunday, January 30, 2011

Head hunters seek transition trustees for BW's move to charity sector

Leading head hunters Saxton Bampfylde have placed an advertisement in today's newspapers looking to recruit the further four Transition Trustees that Defra need to join three trustees from the board of British Waterways to oversee BW's move to what is being called a 'national trust' for the waterways.

The advertisement says, "The new organisation, which will combine the passion and commitment of a charity with the business acumen of the private sector, will come into being in Spring 2012."

And it goes on to say that candidates should "bring significant board level experience in large and complex organisations (in any sector). Specific areas of expertise that are particularly sought after include business and finance, heritage, sustainability and the environment, civil engineering, volunteering and community engagement, fund-raising and navigation and boating."

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