Appointment of Independent Governors >

The Glasgow School of Art wishes to appoint new external Independent Governors who share the commitment to the institution’s ambition and values. The institution is seeking Independent Governors who will play an active role in helping the GSA to realise its potential, extend its impact and achieve its goals. Working with the Board, the Director and the Senior Leadership Group, you will help the GSA to maintain strong governance in support of the delivery of both the core business and the GSA’s strategic ambitions.

 


APPLICATION PROCESS

Full details of the Independent Governor role can be found by downloading the application pack. 

A PDF version of the pack is also available here.

The closing date for the receipt of applications is 28 May 2021.

Applications should be submitted in the form of a CV and covering letter detailing your suitability for the post. Please also complete and return an Equality Monitoring form.

Please submit your application, together with the Equality Monitoring form, to Dr Craig Williamson, Registrar and Secretary, preferably by email to this address:

boardrecruitment21@gsa.ac.uk  

Alternatively, hard copy applications may be posted to:

Dr Craig Williamson
Registrar and Secretary
The Glasgow School of Art
167 Renfrew Street
Glasgow, G3 6RQ

 

EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY STATEMENT

Working with difference and promoting equality underpins our ambition and purpose. Our studio based learning, research and collaboration transforms thinking and our individual and collective contributions influence the day-to-day lives of people across local and global communities.

As a community we are committed to creating and sustaining learning and working environments where difference is respected and the widest possible range of cultural and social perspectives are valued. We treat each other fairly, according to need, and minimise barriers to participation for all.

By fostering environments in which difference nourishes new questions and possibilities and where respect is a catalyst for the removal of barriers, we support the learning and development of individuals and our collective contribution to the common good.

GSA publishes appropriately anonymised equality and diversity monitoring statistics pertaining to its student body, staff body and Board of Governors on its website.