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Non-Executive Director (Poole)

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Occupational group
Health and Social Care - Adults
Salary details
Job term
Part Time
Appointment type
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Contact telephone
01202 797 888
Closing Date
16 May 2021
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Non-Executive Director, Poole

2 to 3 days per calendar month

£2,000 per annum

Tricuro delivers a diverse range of high-quality care that supports adults with physical disabilities, learning disabilities and mental health needs throughout Dorset.  We are looking for Non-Executive Directors, preferably with experience of Adult Social Care, who will support and guide the Tricuro Board to realise its vision of ‘improving lives and building independence’. 

Tricuro is one of the largest Local Authority Trading Companies in England, with over 1,500 employees and an income in excess of £42m per annum.  Our key stakeholders are Dorset Council (DC) and Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch Council (BCP).

Key responsibilities will include: 

  • Strategic direction – provide a wider view of external factors affecting the company and its business environment. Offering a creative, informed and constructive contribution to the objectives and plans devised by the Executive team.
  • Monitoring performance – monitor the performance of the Executive team, especially in the delivery of Tricuro’s strategy and objectives.  Whilst also driving the Executive team’s succession plan.
  • Remuneration – determining the appropriate levels of the Executive team’s remuneration to ensure independence and consistency.
  • Communication – help connect the business and board with networks of useful people and organisations, potentially representing Tricuro externally.
  • Risk – ensure the integrity of financial information and that financial controls and systems of risk management are robust and defensible.
  • Audit – support the Board to ensure that the company accounts represent, to the stakeholders, a true and fair reflection of its actions and financial performance and that the necessary internal control systems are put into place and monitored regularly and rigorously.
  • Quality Assurance – through the quality assurance board ensure that rigorous process and policies are in place that maintain statutory and regulatory compliance through accepted good practice regimes. 

The successful candidate will need to act independently and impartially.  They should offer extensive knowledge of all aspects of the social care sector in particular legislation, risks, budgeting and quality assurance. 

For a full job description/person specification and to apply, please click here or to arrange an informal discussion with our Chairperson, please leave your details using the following e-mail address enquiries@tricuro.co.uk