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Looking for a new Chair of Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership


Gloucestershire Local Nature Partnership (GLNP) is looking for a new chair to replace Doug Hulyer, who is stepping down after a successful six years in role.  


GLNP is a partnership made up of over 30 organisations from public, private and third sector bodies from across the county, all working together to recognise the importance of embedding nature's value in local decisions for the benefit of nature, people and the economy.  

 

The chair’s role is a voluntary position, with the responsibility of leading the Board and the wider partnership at this exciting time as we roll-out our new strategy.  

 

They will chair sessions of the Board (currently meeting six times annually) and of the wider partnership (currently two meetings annually); and will represent the LNP at national, regional and local meetings.  

 

Working with the GLNP Partnership Manager (paid role hosted by Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust), the chair will oversee the work of the partnership, and help ensure that the Board’s aims are delivered.  


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GLNP welcomes applications from candidates with a diverse range of backgrounds. The chair needs to have these qualities: 

 

  • A strategic understanding of environmental issues 

  • A good understanding of how nature relates to the economy and to people’s health and well-being 

  • Good knowledge of Gloucestershire

  • A recognised profile/network in Gloucestershire

  • The ability to lead a partnership of different interests 

  • Excellent chairing skills 

 

The time commitment averages out about two days a month. Most of the work is in Gloucestershire but some attendance at regional and London events may be required.  

 

To find out more about the role or to have an informal conversation with the Vice Chair or current Chair, please contact Nicola Hillary, GLNP Partnership Manager at: nicola.hillary@gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk

 

To apply, please send your CV and a short covering letter outlining your motivation for applying and suitability for the role to Nicola Hillary, GLNP Partnership Manager nicola.hillary@gloucestershirewildlifetrust.co.uk by end of Tuesday 28th May 2024. 

 

Interviews will be on Thursday 13th June 2024 at Robinswood Hill. 

 

An appointment recommendation will be made to the GLNP Board meeting on Tuesday 16th  July and we hope that the successful candidate will be able to attend this meeting as part of the handover process. 

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