City of London, London
almost 2 years ago
The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) is seeking to appoint two lay members to its Finance, Audit & Investment Committee. This is an exciting time to join the committee. Our new long-term strategy, published in 2017, sets out an ambitious vision and much strategic change is taking place including re-branding and digitalization. Income generation is a strategic priority for future sustainability and to finance future aspirations. This calls for development of a longer-term finance strategy, which is a new work stream for the Finance Committee.
Founded in 1932, the Association is the national professional organisation for nearly 11,000 members, representing the largest medical specialty in the NHS. It provides membership and education services, research funding, clinical guidelines, professional support (such as wellbeing a mentoring) and international work in low resource countries. It also publishes one of the world's leading anaesthetic journals and maintains a renowned museum. Trading as the Association of Anaesthetists are two legal entities: the AAGBI and its sister charitable organisation, the AAGBI Foundation, each with its own board of trustees/directors.
The Finance, Audit & Investment Committee plays a key role in the organisation's governance, reporting to the Board. Current membership of the committee includes two lay members, who are completing their term of office in September after three years in the role. The committee is now recruiting to fill these two vacancies which offer an opportunity to contribute to the strategic development and financial strategy of a leading medical organisation dedicated to promoting patient safety and quality of care in this country and worldwide.
We are keen to involve individuals with a background in finance strategy, business finance (e.g. a senior level executive with a business background) and the desire to make a difference within an organisation dedicated to patient safety which is going through strategic change, modernisation and development.
If you would like to find out more about this great opportunity, please contact our retained advisors at TPP Recruitment: Brigitte Stundner or Rob Hayter on firstname.lastname@example.org to request an information. Alternatively, please call 020 7198 6060.
The closing date is Monday 13th August 2018.