The LI is seeking senior members with key business skills to help it deliver its corporate strategy
A position for a non-trustee member of the Landscape Institute (LI) has opened up on the LI’s Finance and Risk Committee.
Meeting four times per year, the Committee helps steer the LI’s financial and investment decisions by making recommendations to the LI Board of Trustees.
The Committee comprises the Honorary Treasurer and between two and four other trustees. In addition, in order to broaden the range of skills on the Committee, up to two non-trustees may join.
The Committee is advertising now for a member with substantial business skills to help the LI deliver its ambitious five-year corporate strategy. Interested applicants should submit personal statements, no longer than a single side of A4, outlining their strategic skills and achievements and suitability for the role.
Existing Committee members will assess all applications.