Goldsmiths invites expressions of interest from individuals wishing to become members of the Council. Council membership always starts on 1 September, with the next round of appointments taking effect on 2014. Applications are accepted at any time in case of unforeseen vacancies, including from candidates not available until 1 September 2015.
Candidates should have a strong interest in education and in the range of creative, artistic and social fields which are a focus of Goldsmiths' work. The College seeks a variety of qualities in its external Council members, including involvement in a profession or industry relevant to Goldsmiths graduates; business, financial, legal, fundraising or management expertise; as well as contributions to community life in South East London.
Candidates for Council membership are automatically considered for places on other committees, including those which do not require concurrent membership of Council (including Audit Committee - see below). No information is prepared specifically for applicants apart from the documents which can be downloaded below; however any specific queries may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and members applying for Council may also find it helpful to consult the Council Members' Website, which is primarily intended for serving members.
An application for Council consists, for all candidates, of a curriculum vitae (Word or rtf format), plus two completed forms downloaded from the links below:
When completed, these two forms plus the curriculum vitae should be sent to email@example.com please. (For those who prefer not to transmit their documents by email, there is a postal address on the form to which they can be sent in printed form.) Thank you for your interest in Goldsmiths' work.
Goldsmiths, University of London also considers applications for places on its Audit Committee - a committee of its governing body, Council - to serve for three years from 1 September 2014 (or 1 September 2015). Some places can be held without concurrent Council membership.
For details of how to apply please see the further particulars downloadable below. (There is no application form but all candidates are asked to submit and Equal Opportunities Monitoring form.)
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form [Word file - which also contains an opportunity for candidates who are Goldsmiths graduates to update their alumni records]
Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
(For those who prefer not to transmit their documents by email, there is a postal address on the form to which they can be sent in printed form.)
Thank you for your interest in Goldsmiths' work
(For those who prefer not to transmit their documents by email, there is a postal address on the form to which all documents can be sent in printed form.)
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