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Risk everywhere! But let’s be honest, you probably wouldn’t want to Chair an Audit and Risk Committee if you couldn’t add value and if you thought the Board weren’t receptive to advice.
You may be a little different to the standard or conventional Audit and Risk Committee (ARC) Chair. Your interest may lean more towards strategic and regulatory risk and you aren’t afraid to challenge systems and processes to ensure they deliver what they are meant to.
Chairing ARC meetings, as well as being a member of Council will be familiar to you, you no doubt offer experience supporting an organisation’s responsibilities for risk management, control, governance and assurance. You enjoy contributing robustly to debates, helping your Committee reach consensual decisions whilst ensuring everyone gets equal ‘airtime’ during meetings.
You enjoy analysing complex information quickly, including financial reports and detailed business plans. Working to deadlines doesn’t faze you and you appreciate the value of an effective audit plan within a regulatory organisation.
You would be taking the reins from Heather Foster at the end of her second term, here’s what Heather had to say about the opportunity and the CLC:-
“The CLC might be a small organisation, but it is big in stature. It is an organisation with strong governance and an appetite for continued progression”
What is the CLC?
The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) is the specialist regulator of property and probate law services in England and Wales. Established by the Administration of Justice Act 1985, the CLC is an Approved Regulator under the Legal Services Act 2007 and is subject to the oversight regulation of the Legal Services Board.
The CLC regulates Practices and Licensed Conveyancers and probate practitioners in the provision of reserved legal activities and other non-reserved functions (including will writing). The CLC is also a licensing authority authorised to license and regulate Alternative Business Structures.
To be considered for the role of Audit and Risk Committee Chair you will need to fulfil the following criteria: –
How to apply?
Submit a supporting statement along with your CV detailing how your experience transfers into the position and why are you interested the opportunity to email@example.com
More information and a full job description can be found within the recruitment pack which you can access here
For the attention of agencies, this piece of recruitment is being managed by our Recruitment Partner and we do not welcome speculative applications.