Could you help us deliver retirement services to those who have served or worked for the Church?
Thank you for considering an appointment as Trustee of the Church of England Pensions Board.
The range of issues considered by the Board is complex and diverse. We operate within a published set of values, including behaving with openness and transparency, understanding our customers and their needs, and valuing our people and the contribution that they make. In doing this we are very much aware that we are part of the Church of England and that we provide a range of retirement services to those who have served or worked for the Church. We administer pensions for over 40,000 people working for more than 700 employers, and housing over 2500 retired clergy and their dependants. Pensions and charitable funds under investment total in excess of £2.8bn
Continuing to improve what we offer to our customers, our beneficiaries and to the Church as a whole, underpins all we do. This is reflected in our six core strategic objectives which guides our annual delivery plan.
If appointed, you will be working with other trustees and with members of the Executive Team to ensure that we deliver on our objectives and that the best interests of our customers are met are secure.
For this appointment we are seeking an experienced trustee or non-executive board member, who has worked in a complex governance framework. Prior experience within pensions or housing would be advantageous as would a professional background in IT/Cyber security project management. We are also keen to increase the diversity of our board and currently women, BAME and disabled members are unrepresented. I am keen to redress this.
Thankyou for your interest. I look forward to receiving your application.