Aug 132013

New Charter Housing Trust Group are seeking a new Chair of the Board

Chair of the Boardc.£20k

Ashton - under - Lyne, Lancashire

New Charter Housing Trust Group is a social landlord owning 18,700 homes, and also a major local social enterprise involved in a range of community businesses. The Group consists of New Charter Homes, Gedling Homes and Aksa Homes. We employ over 800 people and have a turnover of £93 million. Our mission is to provide great homes, great neighbourhoods and great people.

We are now seeking a new Chair of the Board who, in a climate of financial pressure, will continue to drive our focus on delivering outstanding customer experience.

You will have a successful track record in non-executive leadership and be able to deliver on good governance practices. You will share and promote our values, have strong communication skills and have an ability to inspire and engage our customers, employees, partners and stakeholders.

For an informal discussion, please contact Kelly Shaw on 07900 363803 or 020 3434 0990.


Full details of the application process can be found in the recruitment pack. Please download and review the recruitment pack and associated documents below:

Send an up to date CV and supporting statement, detailing how you meet the criteria for this role using the person specification, along with your completed compliance and equality and diversity forms.

We advise that your supporting statement is no longer than 3 pages and your CV no more than 3 pages. Your CV must contain dates worked and a brief description of your key responsibilities for each role including consultancy/project work

Once complete, please send your application in MS Word format by email to or by post to:

Campbell Tickell Recruitment
Olympic Office Centre
8 Fulton Road

Key Dates

Closing date: Friday 30 August 2013 at 12 noon

First interview: Monday 16 September 2013

Second interview: Early October 2013

Equal opportunities

We are committed to being an equal opportunities employer and welcome diversity in the workplace.

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