The CITB Board has three members who are retiring from the Board after their terms conclude having played an instrumental role in leading CITB’s reform process during their 4 years of service. We are exceptionally grateful for their invaluable contributions to CITB and British construction. Our retiring Trustees are:
The Board have completed a skills review and have written to DfE to commence the recruitment process. The skills review identified the following gaps that the Board will be looking to address through this recruitment,
This means that the Board will seek,
The Board will also be looking to achieve diversity balance through these positions. There are three aspects to this. The first is the gender balance where it is essential to have at least one new woman joining the Board and highly desirable to have two. The second is ethnic diversity where we would particularly welcome applicants from a BAME background to provide valuable perspectives and insight that reflects the diversity of our sector. The third is age, where it would be desirable to find a young professional who could contribute to the Board.
For more information our Trustee positions are now live on the Cabinet Office – Centre for Public Appointments, click here to view.