Civil Aviation Authority - Non-Executive Directors

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Body: Civil Aviation Authority
Appointing Department: Department for Transport
Sectors: Regulation, Transport
Location: London and Gatwick
Skills required: Accountancy, Audit and Risk, Change Management, IT / Digital
Number of Vacancies: 3
Remuneration: £25,000 per year. Non-Executive Members are also sometimes required to take part in panel hearings for safety or licensing matters, reimbursed at an additional day rate of £430.
Time Requirements: 60 days per annum

Campaign Timeline

  • Competition Launched

    14/01/2021

  • Closed for Applications

    25/02/2021

  • Panel Sift

    W/C 12/04/2021

  • Final Interview Date

    W/C 10/05/2021

  • Announcement

    TBC

 

Assessment Panel

Vacancy Description

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is a public corporation and the UK’s specialist independent aviation regulator. The CAA has specific responsibilities for aviation safety, security, management of UK airspace, economic regulation of some airports and air traffic control, enforcement of consumer protection rules, and the management of the ATOL financial protection scheme for holidaymakers.

The Opportunity

The Secretary of State for Transport is seeking to appoint three Non Executive Directors to join the Board of the CAA.

We are looking for outstanding individuals who can participate in setting the direction of a key transport regulator as the aviation sector recovers from the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic, and additional responsibilities as the UK leaves the European Aviation Safety Agency, and shaping the real-world experience of the multiple stakeholders the CAA serves.

 The Roles

The roles will provide independent and constructive challenge to the CAA’s executive team, ensuring the CAA delivers against its strategic objectives. We are looking for candidates with high level executive or non executive Board experience and the ability to contribute effectively across the breadth of the CAA’s work. One role is for a general Non Executive Director, while the one of the two others requires up to date experience of the aviation safety industry and the other a Chartered Accountant with experience of preparing or assuring complex annual reports and accounts.

Person Specification

You will have:

  • Management experience and knowledge of effective governance at a senior level in complex organisations in the private, public or voluntary sectors, preferably at Board level; and
  • excellent commercial business understanding.

You may have a background in one or more of the following

  • professional or voluntary work in transport operations including the development of people’s skills;
  • digital and technology experience to deliver and meet government aims for transport in a digital age; and
  • delivering a high level of customer service to a wide range of customers

We are particularly interested in candidates with a background in aviation, transport, central government, a major regulator or a major regulated organisation.

Attachments
CAA Non-Executive Directors Candidate Pack
CAA Non-Executive Directors Candidate Pack Accessible
Supporting Documentation form
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