Shape the Future of Leadership and Management through our Regional Structure

30 January 2020

The CMI North East,Yorkshire & Humberside (NEYH) Regional Board is currently inviting expressions of interest for new Board members to help support, shape and influence the important management and leadership work in our Regional Network.

As part of a wider review, we are now looking to strengthen our Regional Board. As such we are looking to appoint suitably qualified professional individuals with the motivation, drive, resilience and skills to assist the Board to continue to take the region forward from April, as we start to roll out more opportunities for our members to engage through local events and workshops.

If you are interested in developing your Board skills, and any of the exciting positions below match your professional skill set, we would kindly ask that you email an up-to-date CV along with a strong persuasive covering statement, setting out exactly the key skills, knowledge and experience that you would bring to the role. In addition, it would be helpful to understand why the role is of interest, so you are encouraged to set out your motivation for applying.

The following roles are available, and further information on each role can be found in the attached documents.

Board Secretary

Events Lead

Communications & Social Media Lead

'Why Volunteer with CMI' 

Please email your applications to: by Friday 21 February 2020

Delroy Beverley CCMI, MBA, BSc (Hons) 
Chairman - CMI North East, Yorkshire and Humberside (NEYH) Regional Board

Data: As part of our recruitment process, we will share information relevant to your application, including your name, current role, CV and other data you may have provided us with, with CMI Staff and CMI Regional/Devolved Nation Board Members who are involved in the recruitment process. We will use this data for the purpose of recruitment only.

Equal Opportunities:
When recruiting for volunteers for our Regional/Devolved Nation Boards, CMI welcomes applications from all sections of the CMI membership community regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion or sexual orientation.