Volunteering


Expression of Interest for Nation Council Member Positions

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has two Scotland Nation Council Member vacancies. We are looking for senior, experienced and knowledgeable industry representatives from SME’s, large employers, and independent consultants etc. who can demonstrate a consultative and collaborative approach to partnership working within the Nation Council and with the CITB Board.

 

The Nations Councils have an important role in supporting the CITB Board in its strategic leadership, by providing insight into industry challenges, across nations, regions and sectors and acting as a sounding board for Trustees. In particular:

◾ To capture and articulate to the Board key issues affecting or likely to affect industry over a forecast period of 3 years
◾ Together with the other Nation Councils (England, Scotland and Cymru Wales) assist the Board to accurately prioritise
support for key issues affecting industry across Great Britain

◾ Review and advise the Board on CITB’s Strategic Business Plan (‘the Plan’) to ensure that the Plan appropriately addresses industry opportunities, pressures and priorities as identified through CITB’S evidence base, which the Nations Councils will help to enhance
◾ To make timely recommendations to the Board about extraordinary matters arising that may impact on the ability of the Board to
deliver the Plan


 

 


 

Each appointment of a Member is for a period of up to three years and is non-remunerated, although travel expenses will be paid. There are four meetings per year, held in their respective locations.

If you would be interested in either vacancy, or would like to submit an expression of interest in respect of future vacancies, please email your completed application form expressing which role you are applying for to: corporate.governance@citb.co.uk

The selection process will be via paper selection to include input from the Nation Chair. If you are successful in your application, you will be notified of the subsequent Nation Council meeting dates.