Call for new Academic Member of the Small Business Charter Management Board

We would like to invite nominations from academics in Small Business Charter award holding schools who are interested in serving as members of the SBC Management Board for a period of three years, starting from June 2020. There is currently one position available for senior academics with experience of working with small businesses and who have been involved in SBC activities within their school.

A list of current Management Board members can be found here

About the Role

The SBC Management Board is comprised of the Patron, the Chair, up to six academics from award holding schools, up to six entrepreneurs, plus ex-officio and co-opted members. The Management Board meets four times annually, usually in London. Members of the Management Board are expected to take an active role in the governance of the Small Business Charter and to vote on whether new schools which have been through the assessment exercise should be granted the award, based on the assessors’ report and application documentation. The role is to support and promote the work of the SBC and oversee the effective management of it. The Management Board discusses and agrees the strategy and major projects of the SBC.

Members of the management board are not remunerated and not compensated for travel expenses.

If you would like to be considered to serve on the Management Board, please email a one page supporting statement with a copy of your CV to Roxanne Nazrudeen at Roxanne.Nazrudeen@charteredabs.org.

Deadline for nominations: Close of Business on 21 February 2020.

Selection Details

Nomination statements and CVs will be shared with the Management Board nominations committee; a sub-committee which consists of the Chair SBC, Vice Chair SBC, Executive Director, Chair Chartered ABS and a voting member of the SBC board. The nominations committee may decide to interview nominated candidates, and will select on the basis of what the candidates have to offer to the Management Board, while ensuring a fair representation of the types of schools which hold the award.

Applications from female academics are particularly encouraged.

You are welcome to contact Anne Kiem at the Chartered ABS or current members of the Management Board to discuss this role further.