The Senior Leadership Team at Hull College is comprised of:
Principal & CEO
Vice Principal Curriculum
Vice Principal Quality & Learner Experience
Vice Principal of Finance and Corporate Services
Vice Principal of HR
Are you interested in shaping the strategy and character of your local Further Education college? Here at Hull College, we are always interested in hearing from members of the community who wish to serve on our Board of Governors.
A Governor is a voluntary, unpaid role but there are many rewards that come with it - the opportunity to gain Board level experience, to share your expertise and perspective in a meaningful and rewarding environment and to develop new skills that will benefit your own career.
We welcome all applications but are currently particularly interested in individuals with experience or knowledge in Engineering, working with young people (including SEND) and LGBT+ Communities.
Applications are open now and close on Friday 19th May - if you would like more information about the role or apply, click here to download an application form or get in touch with our Director of Governance, Catherine Sykes, via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Governor & Chair of Corporation
Director of Governance
Governor, Vice Chair of Corporation and Chair of Standards Committee
Principal & CEO/Ex-Officio
Governor, Vice Chair of Corporation
Safeguarding Link Governor
Governor & Chair of HE Advisory Committee
Co-Opted Governor of Finance & Resources Committee
Governor and Chair of Finance & Resources Committee
Staff Governor (Support)
Staff Governor (Academic)
The Corporation, or Governing Body, is responsible for the mission and strategic direction of the College, determines policy and monitors the performance of the College.
The Corporation’s Legal Constitution is set out in the Instrument and Articles of Government document.
The Standing orders describe the way in which Corporation business is conducted.
The key policies governing Governor’s meetings and decision making can be found below, as well as their Code of Conduct and requirement to make relevant declarations of interest. The College’s Governors conduct themselves in accordance with best corporate governance standards and the Nolan Principles of Public Life.
The Corporation and its Committees meet regularly throughout the academic year as set out in the Calendar below.
The work of the Corporation and its Committees is planned prior to the start of each academic year as set out in the Work Cycle below.
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