RDAs seek board membersSeven of the English Regional Development Agencies (RDAs) are seeking to recruit board members.
Capita Resourcing is assisting the Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform to recruit the board members and the recruiting starts in June.
The RDAs are non-departmental public bodies with a primary role as strategic drivers of regional economic development. They help businesses compete and create opportunities for employment. They facilitate innovation and promote sustainable development. And they improve regional infrastructure, revitalising both urban and rural areas.
RDA board members use their strategic awareness of the complex issues affecting their regions, as well as their strong communication skills and credibility within their sectors, for the greater good. They join other men and women who represent a wide range of interests – business, education, local government, the voluntary sector, and trade unions – to ensure good governance and oversee each region's economic strategy.
The South East of England Development Agency will have positions for four board members, two representing businesses, one of which being a rural business, and two representing local authorities, available from the beginning of next month. These members will need to commit a minimum of two days per month for an initial period of three years. New board members are recruited on a yearly basis. Further information and an online application process will be available at www.rdaappointments.co.uk starting June 2nd. Applicants without access to the internet can contact 01256 383745. The deadline for applications is Monday 26th June at 4 p.m.
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