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Remuneration Committee Member

The Royal Institute of British Architects
Virtual, with occasional in person meetings in London
Unremunerated with expenses; Four meetings per annum (c. 6 days)
Closing date
5 Jul 2024

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) 

Remuneration Committee Member  

Location: Virtual, with occasional in person meetings in London

Unremunerated with expenses; Four meetings per annum (c. 6 days)

RIBA is a world-renowned, global organisation that operates as a professional membership body and a registered charity. We seek to bring architecture alive for the public, both in the UK and across the globe, promoting education and training to enhance the built environment. Supporting over 58,000 members and others to deliver better buildings and places, stronger communities and a sustainable environment is critical to our charitable purpose, and our commitment to inclusivity, ethics, sustainability, and promotion of the highest professional standards underpins all that we do. 

There has never been a more important or interesting time to get involved with RIBA. Our world is changing at pace and the context in which we operate is increasingly complex. There are many challenges and opportunities ahead that will impact the profession and society in the coming years; the climate change emergency, technology innovation and regulatory reform to name a few. It is consequently imperative that our organisation is performant and appropriately structured and equipped to support the profession and society we serve.

As an independent member of our Remuneration Committee, you will play an important governance role, reviewing and recommending remuneration policies for RIBA staff and senior management, and monitoring executive pay and benefits to ensure that we operate with fair and transparent compensation practices.

We are looking for a new committee member with skills and experience in at least one of the following: organisational development, strategic people management, culture change, business transformation or employment law and regulation.

Whilst non-executive experience and prior exposure to a professional body is helpful, they are not pre-requisite. The currency of your expertise, and your commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion is most important, so this might be an ideal first step to a non-executive career.

In this appointment, we are seeking diversity in its broadest sense, and welcome applications from all communities and professions.

For more information and to apply please click Apply or call Stephanie Wilson on +44 7880 382745 or Laura Turley on +44 7860 624733. 

Closing date: Friday 5 July 2024, 12:00

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