26 Jul 2021
The Chamber’s Board of Directors is comprised of both private sector and public sector representatives, working together to provide strategic direction and oversee governance of the Chamber’s activities.
Board Members play a key role in ensuring these services are the ones which will best support the local economy and meet the needs of need of St Helens, its businesses and people.
Our current Board Members bring a wide range of skills and experience to the Board and represent both large and smaller companies within the Borough.
10 of the Board are private sector Chamber Members appointed by the Nominations Committee to be non-executive Directors, with the remaining five being appointed from partner organisations and the public sector. The Chief Executive is an Executive Director. This results in a Board that is private sector led, but benefiting from public sector representation.
As a Board Member you would meet with the Board every two months to review the strategic direction of the organisation and reviews of financial and operational performance. You may also join one of several Board Sub-Groups, according to your skills and interests. These enable Board Members to work more closely with the Senior Management Team to ensure the Chamber’s activities meet local needs.
Board Members also regularly attend Chamber events and support activities such as new business mentoring and work experience.
All St Helens Chamber Members are welcome to express an interest in joining the Board. You may nominate yourself for election to the Board if you are: a senior person at local level of a private sector company, a sole trader or a partner of a private sector partnership.
Every nomination will be considered by the Nominations Committee.
To express your interest in becoming a Chamber Board Member email Clare Gravener, Company Secretary at email@example.com or call 01744 742066.
Nominations close on 1st September.
Further details can also be found at www.sthelenschamber.com/about/joining-the-chamber-board