Do you want to help shape a fairer and more prosperous London? Our current Chair of Trustees Liz Peace is approaching the end of her term, so we are now recruiting for her successor.
We are looking for someone who wants to make London a better place to live, work and visit. You might be a changemaker or you might be a leader in your field. You are the kind of person who asks big questions about fairness and equity. You are someone with vision and a drive to make sure public policy shapes the future rather than just responding to it.
If you are interested in this position please click here to download the recruitment pack.
- Please follow this link to complete the short application information.
- You will be asked to share the skills and approach you would bring to the role (in 300 words), and what you think are the most critical challenges facing London following COVID-19 (300 words).
- You will also be asked to upload a short CV (via the online form). This should be saved as PDF. We do not need a cover letter.
If you have any problems using the online application form, or you have had a look at the recruitment pack and would like to have a chat, please email: [email protected].
Deadline – 9am on Wednesday 16 February 2022
Hear from our trustees
“Being Chair of Centre for London is about much more than just ensuring good governance. It offers a great opportunity to get really involved in an important and influential organisation finding solutions to London’s big problems.”
Liz Peace CBE, Chair of Trustees
“Centre for London is an influential convenor of the people and organisations that make London tick, and constructively challenges prevailing policy and thinking, with the sole aim of making London an even better, healthier, happier, more prosperous and fairer city that is fit for the future.”
Paul King, Trustee
“With a new Chief Executive, energetic staff team and committed Board, I can’t think of a better time to be part of Centre for London.”
Sonal Shah, Trustee