|Contact Name:||Mia Campbell|
|Job Published:||February 18, 2019 09:00|
Fraud Advisory Panel is currently looking for a new trustee director to join our board and provide oversight, governance and strategic leadership on a voluntary (unpaid) basis.
We are particularly interested in hearing from counter fraud professionals working in the financial services sector (specifically banking) with knowledge, experience or interest in online payments or cyber-related issues.
The board meets on a bi-monthly basis for two hours. As a small organisation, trustees are expected to be directly involved in work within their competence. In practice this means that most board members also sit on subcommittees, attend events and/or undertake other activities on an ad hoc basis.
The board aims to have a diverse make up and always welcomes applications from all professions and backgrounds, particularly those with direct experience of the services we deliver. You will assist us in developing and implementing a strategy that enables us to continue to be a leading independent voice on fraud and financial crime matters.
Fraud Advisory Panel is a membership organisation and as such we generally expect all our trustees to become members.
A job description is available upon request.
How to apply
All we need from you at this stage is a copy of your CV and a short supporting statement (of no more than a single side of A4) about why you wish to join the board and the contribution you think you can make to our aims and ambitions. Completed applications must be received by 17:00 Friday 08 March 2019.
If your skills and knowledge match our gaps, we’ll then be in touch to invite you to participate in a short interview (in person or by phone) in the last week of March.
The successful candidate will be invited to attend part of our board meeting at 16:00 on Wednesday 07 June before being formally nominated for appointment at our AGM at 12:00 on Tuesday 02 July in London.
About Fraud Advisory Panel
The Fraud Advisory Panel is the charity that champions best practice in fighting fraud. We do this by representing, supporting and assisting our members to improve fraud awareness, understanding and resilience throughout society. www.fraudadvisorypanel.org