We are recruiting a Non-Executive Member for the UK Space Agency's Steering Board.
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The UK Space Agency Steering Board currently consists of four independent members (including the Chair), the Agency’s CEO, Senior Information Risk Owner and a Deputy Director representing BEIS.
The Steering Board’s role is to:
- Advise on external drivers, strategic direction and development of targets, within the framework of the UK Space Agency’s objectives, BEIS and wider Government objectives
- Bring an external perspective to provide a strategic challenge on the business and corporate plans and review and endorse the annual report and accounts for submission by the Accounting Officer
- Advise on and monitor performance including setting of targets and performance against them, as well as providing an independent assessment of the targets and the underlying processes
- Advise on major business developments which imply a significant change in the Agency’s role or activities and on its exposure to and management of risk
- Advocate and advise in relation to the promotion and awareness of the work of the UK Space Agency with stakeholders and partners
- Act as critical friend to the CEO and Executive Board
Published: 14 November 2016
From: UK Space Agency