Chair - Homes EnglandClosed
|Appointing Department:||Department for Communities & Local Government|
|Sector:||Business, Finance & Skills|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Remuneration:||£95,000 per annum|
|Time Requirements:||Up to 2 days a week|
Closed for Applications
Final Interview Date
Jeremy Pocklington Added 01/11/2019
Permanent Secretary (Interim) • Departmental Official
Michael Jary Added 01/11/2019
Lead Non-Executive Director, MHCLG • Other Panel Member
Wendy Barnes Added 01/11/2019
Senior Independent Panel Member
Emma Fraser Added 02/03/2020
Housing Director • Other Panel Member
Ceri Smith Added 02/03/2020
Non Exec Board Member (Homes England) • Other Panel Member
The Homes England Chair will be vital in leading the Agency and the Board through a substantial period of change. The organisation and the Government will look to the Chair to shape the strategy of the Board at pace to drive the delivery of the homes the country needs.
The Chair will be responsible for the proper running of the Homes England Board. They will guide and influence the Agency at a strategic level providing confident, clear and consistent leadership. They will also lead the Agency’s relationship with the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, who they will meet on a regular basis.
The Chair will act as an ambassador for the Board and for Homes England, helping to build and develop collaborative strategic partnerships that support and promote Homes England’s core mission. The successful candidate will influence and network with key decision makers and stakeholders and explain how the organisation is transforming.
The Chair of the Homes England Board is expected to operate within the relevant standards and duties, including the Corporate governance code for central government departments, Managing Public Money and other relevant Cabinet Office guidance. These represent relevant benchmarks for good practice in corporate governance.
As the Chair of Homes England, there would be further organisation specific governance documents that would be expected to operate within, including the 2018 Framework Document with MHCLG. The Chair is responsible to the Secretary of State and for ensuring to support their wider strategic policies.
Further information is provided in the attached Candidate Brief.
- Comprehensive experience at Board level as a Chair or non-executive of a large organisation supporting, challenging and holding to account a strong executive team and conveying confidence in the organisation’s capability to deliver on its objectives.
- Extensive experience of stakeholder engagement in public facing positions, with proven influencing and networking abilities with diverse and high-profile key decision makers.
- Ability to show evidence of excellent judgement and ability to assimilate a range of perspectives and evidence.
- Proven track record of leadership within organisations of at least comparable scale and complexity.
- Strong commercial experience, along with notable financial and risk management acumen.
- A passion and enthusiasm for working with Government in meeting the challenges of the housing market.
- Evidence of leading organisational transformation
- Understanding of large-scale digital change programmes
- Experience in the housing (including social housing), infrastructure and/ or development sectors
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|Homes England MHCLG Public Appointments Further Information Form|