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Position TitleOrganizationJob/Reference NumberLocationDate Posted
First Vice President & Head of Client Services Group​European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (EBRD)1703-191NA​London, UK​​​03/31/2017
Director General, Chief Digital Information Officer​HM Revenue & Customs​1703-063L​London, UK​04/03/2017
Chair​​University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust​1610-029L​London, UK​04/07/2017
Director General, Customer Compliance​HM Revenue & Customs​1704-019L​London, UK​04/21/2017
Director General, Customer Services​HM Revenue & Customs​1704-023L​London, UK​04/21/2017
Chief Executive​Health Innovation Manchester​1702-034L​Manchester​05/19/2017
President​University of Luxembourg​1705-031L​Luxembourg​05/25/2017
Chief Financial Officer​​Africa50​1705-009BL​Casablanca​05/25/2017
General Counsel​Africa50​1705-008BL​Casablanca​​05/25/2017
Chief Finance Officer​British Council​1611-058L​​London, UK​05/31/2017
Executive Director​​The Global Fund To Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria​1705-048L​Geneva​​06/08/2017
Strategy Director​University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH)​1512-027L2​London, UK​​​06/13/2017
Permanent Secretary​The Department for International Development (DFID)​1706-014L​​London, UK​​​​06/14/2017
Directeur du Département Transition Politique et Civile​Agence Française de Développement​1705-004BL​​​Brussels, Belgium​​​​​06/22/2017

European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (EBRD)
First Vice President & Head of Client Services Group


London, UK
1703-191NA

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD, the Bank) seeks to appoint a new First Vice President & Head of Client Services Group (FVP). S/he will be deputy to the President. S/he will be responsible for all banking operations, and the policy engagement and partnerships work of the Bank. A major objective of the role will be to ensure that investments, policy engagement and advisory services are aligned and integrated to deliver maximum transition impact in the EBRD’s countries of operation. S/he will manage 1500 staff and report directly to the President, and play a critical role in the leadership of the EBRD, serving as a member of the Executive Committee and chair of the Bank’s Operations and Equity Committees. The EBRD, which has global membership, is active operationally in 36 countries across Europe, Central Asia, and the Mediterranean, supporting them in realizing their potential as market-oriented economies. The EBRD invests around €9 billion each year in project financing for banks, industries, and businesses. It is an active investor in strategic sectors fostering sustainable long-term growth. The Bank’s investments and policy work contribute to transition resilience, market integration, and tackling critical global and regional challenges.

The term of appointment is for a fixed term of four years with the potential for renewal based on performance.

EBRD has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to assist with this appointment. A position specification with further information about the role is available via the link below.

To apply:

  • Please send a full CV together with a supporting statement, briefly highlighting your experience and skills against the requirements of the role, to responses@russellreynolds.com​​
  • Please include the role title and the reference number 1703-191NA in the subject of your e-mail.

Closing Date 12 May 2017

Job Specification Documents:

HM Revenue & Customs
Director General, Chief Digital Information Officer


London, United Kingdom
1703-063L

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is one of the largest government departments and one of the UK’s biggest organisations. HMRC collect around £540 billion a year in revenue from 50 million individual customers and five million businesses across the UK. As part of HMRC’s continued drive to increase tax compliance to narrow the £36 billion tax gap, HMRC have embarked on a major transformational programme to redirect more of its people and resources to compliance activities, modernising systems and re-engineering processes to become more customer-orientated. By 2020 HMRC will be one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations anywhere in the world. With one of the largest and most complex IT estates in the country, the scale and complexity of some of HMRC’s programmes is unrivalled and will make a huge difference not just to the government but ultimately to the UK as a whole.​

HMRC is looking to recruit a new Director General (DG) Chief Digital Information Officer (CDIO). This is a substantial and challenging role with significant involvement in the Government’s digital agenda as well as leading on HMRC’s digital strategy. The CDIO will shape and transform the way HMRC work - developing the capability to provide better online services to the taxpayer and customer to achieve faster and more effective models of delivery at optimal cost. The role requires the ability to engage and lead people as well as position HMRC in the cross government agenda playing a full role across Whitehall and supporting smaller government departments. The CDIO will lead the 2200 people strong department and manage an expenditure of more than £800million.

The candidate for the role will bring a proven track record of successfully leading a large-scale IT division with extensive experience and professional capabilities, including high level digital strategy expertise gained from a multi-channel business. S/he will possess Board level leadership experience of driving an extensive and challenging change programme across large, complex and multi-functional private or public sector organisations. S/he will be a successful manager of complex multi-location teams and be able to work within a rapidly evolving environment. S/he will have proven ability to challenge, influence and debate as is befitting of a Director-General level role. Experience likely to be drawn from a previous CIO role (or equivalent) in similar large, complex and multidimensional organisation.

You must be a national of the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, the Commonwealth, the EEA, Switzerland or Turkey to be eligible to apply for this role.

HM Revenue & Customs has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to assist with this appointment. For further information on the position and additional details on qualifications, requirements, terms and conditions of service and how to apply please follow the link to the position specification below.

The closing date for applications is 5 May 2017

The Civil Service is committed to equal opportunities in employment, with the aim of ensuring that everyone who applies receives fair treatment and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of age, disability, race, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital status, religion or belief.

The Civil Service Commission provides assurance that selection for appointment to the Civil Service is on merit on the basis of fair and open competition.

Closing Date Friday 5 May 2017

Job Specification Documents:

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Chair


London, UK
1610-029L

UCLH seeks new Trust Chair

Attractive package

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH) is one of the most complex NHS trusts in the UK. It serves a diverse population locally and nationally and has an annual turnover of over £0.9bn. The Trust provides a comprehensive range of acute and specialist clinical services across its seven central London sites. Already a high performing Trust, UCLH aspires to become a world-leading research hospital across all areas of care and treatment.

UCLH is seeking to appoint a truly exceptional individual as Chair. The Chair will provide the leadership to both the Board of Directors and the Council of Governors. The Board works closely with the Council, and sets the overall policy and strategic direction for the Trust, approves UCLH’s business plan, and monitors delivery of performance against objectives to ensure the Trust consistently delivers high quality, safe and cost effective clinical services.

The successful candidate will have substantial experience at board level, ideally gained within an organisation of comparable size and complexity in the public, private or voluntary sectors. The Chair will have an enabling style with first class chairing skills, and engender respect at all levels of the organisation. The ability to influence and persuade at the highest levels in private and public sector contexts will be important.

He/She will provide credible support and challenge to the Trust and have experience of building strong alliances with a wide and diverse range of stakeholders. Candidates should demonstrate an interest in healthcare and a true appreciation of NHS values and its political and operational environment. A commitment to UCLH’s values and to the needs of UCLH patients, staff, and the local and national communities served by the Trust, will clearly be required.

UCLH is committed to equality of opportunity for all and welcomes applications from a diverse range of people.

Individuals who are resident within one of London’s 32 boroughs or have been patients of UCLH in the past three years will be eligible for appointment as Chair.

For more information about the role requirements and how to apply, please click on the links.

Closing Date Noon, Friday 5 May 2017

Job Specification Documents:

HM Revenue & Customs
Director General, Customer Compliance


London, UK
1704-019L

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is one of the largest government departments and one of the UK’s biggest organisations. HMRC collects around £540 billion a year in revenue from 50 million individual customers and five million businesses across the UK. As part of HMRC’s continued drive to increase tax compliance and narrow the £36 billion tax gap, it has embarked on a major transformational programme to redirect more of its people and resources to compliance activities, modernising systems and re-engineering processes to become more customer-orientated. ​

HMRC is looking to recruit a new Director General (DG) Customer Compliance, reporting directly to the Chief Executive. This is a substantial and challenging role with full responsibility for HMRC’s enforcement and compliance strategy. The post holder will be a key influencer in shaping HMRC’s joined-up strategy on data and risk analysis sharing, operational responses on key strategic compliance, as well as on security and law enforcement challenges. S/he will contribute significantly to reducing the tax gap, bringing in close to £25bn of revenue from HMRC’s compliance activities in 2016/2017. The DG, Customer Compliance will lead circa 25,000 staff making up the Customer Compliance population, and work effectively across several government departments, in particular, the Home Office (including UK Borders Agency and Law Enforcement Agencies), HM Treasury and groups representing customers and taxpayers, as well as with Ministers.

The successful candidate will have proven strategic and people leadership capabilities, ideally acquired within a large, complex and highly distributed organisation. S/he will have a strong working knowledge of a wide range of business sectors, as well as a track record of meeting and exceeding delivery objectives. The new DG, Customer Compliance will have a sustained record of high performance and leading for results, leveraging effective influencing and relationship building skills. S/he will need to demonstrate an ability to translate large systems thinking into tangible implementation plans and hard deliverables. As the future leader of one of the UK’s largest law enforcement agencies, s/he will ideally bring experience, or at least familiarity with, either enforcement or compliance. Although knowledge of taxation would be an advantage, it is more important that candidates possess the broader skills to deliver successful business outcomes and transformations on a large scale.

HM Revenue & Customs has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to support this recruitment. For further information on the position and additional details on qualifications, requirements, terms and conditions of service and how to apply, please follow the link to the position specification below.

The closing date for applications is 15 May 2017

The Civil Service is committed to equal opportunities in employment, with the aim of ensuring that everyone who applies receives fair treatment and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of age, disability, race, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital status, religion or belief.

The Civil Service Commission provides assurance that selection for appointment to the Civil Service is on merit on the basis of fair and open competition.

Closing Date 15 May 2017

Job Specification Documents:

HM Revenue & Customs
Director General, Customer Services


London, UK
1704-023L

​HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is one of the largest government departments and one of the UK’s biggest organisations. HMRC collects around £540 billion a year in revenue from 50 million individual customers and five million businesses across the UK. As part of HMRC’s continued drive to increase tax compliance and narrow the £36 billion tax gap, it has embarked on a major transformational programme to redirect more of its people and resources to compliance activities, modernising systems and re-engineering processes to become more customer-orientated.

HMRC has a direct impact on almost every person and business in the UK and as such is committed to becoming one of the best customer services organisations in the world. As part of this commitment, HMRC is looking to recruit a new Director General (DG), Customer Services. Reporting directly to the Chief Executive, the successful candidate will have accountability for all customer-facing operations, including services provided to individuals, businesses, tax credit/child benefit customers, and the debt management function. This is a substantial and challenging role, with leadership responsibility for circa 25,000 staff making up the Customer Services Group (CSG). The DG, Customer Services will deliver major transformational change across the CSG, driving operational excellence and continuous improvement in all aspects of the operations and shared services.

The successful candidate will have proven strategic and people leadership capabilities, ideally acquired within a large, complex and highly distributed organisation. S/he will have experience leading large-scale, multi-channel operations across multiple locations. The DG, Customer Services will have a strong change and delivery track record. Previous experience of driving a digital or multi-channel transformation will be advantageous. Importantly, s/he must demonstrate the ability to deliver major change as well as day-to-day operational excellence. Superior communication, influencing and relationship management skills are critical given the wide range of stakeholders. The successful candidate will be an inspirational leader, fostering a collegiate environment and embodying HMRC corporate values.

HM Revenue & Customs has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to support this recruitment. For further information on the position and additional details on qualifications, requirements, terms and conditions of service and how to apply, please visit follow the link to the below position specification.

The closing date for applications is 15 May 2017.

The Civil Service is committed to equal opportunities in employment, with the aim of ensuring that everyone who applies receives fair treatment and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of age, disability, race, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital status, religion or belief.

The Civil Service Commission provides assurance that selection for appointment to the Civil Service is on merit on the basis of fair and open competition.

Closing Date 15 May 2017

Job Specification Documents:

Health Innovation Manchester
Chief Executive


Manchester
1702-034L

Attractive package

Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership comprise all 37 NHS organisations and councils with devolved control over NHS decision-making and expenditure. The Partnership has established Health Innovation Manchester (HInM) to pull through innovations, which will support delivery of its health and care goals by aligning these to the collective power of Greater Manchester’s academic and research assets and to industry-driven innovation.

HInM is an academic, clinical, and industry Partnership, with an exceptional Board that reflects the leadership of its member organisations, and that reinforces the importance attached to HInM’s objectives and role. A key focus of HInM’s new business plan will be to strengthen its board membership with the appointment of a new Chief Executive. This is a high-profile appointment and the successful candidate will need advocacy and influencing skills of the highest order, and across multiple stakeholder groups - local, regional, national, and international, both public and private sectors, and ranging from the highly specialised to lay members of the public and community groups. It is a shaping role; HInM is still a new body, with high expectations. The new Chief Executive will need to build quickly on the partners’ deep commitment and ambition, articulate a vision and forward plan that inspires both trust and respect, and translate this into initiatives and successes that will energise colleagues and stakeholders. An ability to think clearly and practically is essential, but so is the capacity to be comfortable with ambiguity and complexity.

For this exceptional opportunity, candidates may come from either the public or private sectors, and may have worked in academic or research roles. An understanding of the pressures facing these sectors, and an intelligent perspective of how the combined skills of academic research and of industry can contribute to major improvement in standards of health and social care, will be important. Knowledge of the health or social care sectors may be useful, along with a strong track record of delivery and success in roles where extensive shaping has been required and where new business models have been needed to unlock potential and deliver agreed outcomes. A strong appreciation of the commercial drivers of potential industry partners, and of how these differ across sectors and between corporate businesses and SMEs will be important. Understanding different perspectives on, and attitudes to risk, will be important, as will be the ability to work with industry in developing new business models that facilitate accelerated innovation, and meet both private and public sector objectives.

Candidates will need to be comfortable with ambiguity, agile in diagnosing situations and able to deploy a wide range of influencing and shaping skills to drive delivery whilst deepening engagement and ownership from a wide range of partners and building trust and respect.

Closing date: Noon, Friday 2 June 2017

For more information about the role requirements and how to apply, please click on the links.

Closing Date Noon, Friday 2 June 2017

Job Specification Documents:

University of Luxembourg
President


Luxembourg
1705-031L

Founded in 2003, the University of Luxembourg is the first and only university of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Multilingual and international, it is a modern institution with a friendly atmosphere. The primary focus of the University is research and the bulk of the degrees offered are at masters and doctoral level. It undertakes work in a broad range of disciplines and was ranked joint first for its international outlook in the THE World University Rankings 2016 and this is reflected in the composition of both staff and student bodies.

The University has three academic faculties devoted to first-rate teaching and research: the Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication; the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance; and the Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education. It also has three interdisciplinary centres, which foster research excellence and knowledge transfer: the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine and the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History.

The President of the University of Luxembourg, as its Chief Executive, will play a significant role in the continued growth of the Institution. The University’s new head will consolidate the successful achievements of the first decade and extend the activities in selected areas. Its administrative centre and much of its work is based in the Belval quarter; the creative regeneration of this industrial site makes for a stimulating learning environment and is a metaphor for the University’s innovative power.

The President will be a unifying leader internally, heading a dedicated team, and a powerful advocate externally. The successful candidate for this role will be an academic of international stature, with extensive leadership experience in research-led higher education institutions. He or she will have confirmed proficiency in English and French.

The President will model the character of the University: cosmopolitan, committed to excellence, and clear-sighted. He or she will possess a strong personal research track record and this will be combined with experience of successful management of complex academic organisations. A gifted communicator, the President will be able to engage effectively with a wide variety of audiences, both academic and non-academic, and will relish the leadership role played by the University in Luxembourg’s cultural and social life.

To apply, please send a full CV together with a supporting statement, briefly highlighting your experience and skills against the requirements of the role, to responses@russellreynolds.com, including the reference number 1705-031L and the job role in the subject title. All applications will be acknowledged.

The closing date for the receipt of applications is 23rd June 2017.

Job Specification Documents:

Africa50
Chief Financial Officer


Casablanca
1705-009BL

Africa50 is a specialized international financial institution created at the initiative of the African Development Bank (AfDB) and capitalized so far by the AfDB, 23 African countries and two African Central Banks. Subsequent funding is expected to come from African countries that are not yet investors in Africa50, but also from non-sovereign investors both in Africa and outside Africa. Africa50 aims to help accelerate infrastructure development in Africa leveraging the strong support of its government shareholders and the AfDB and has a mandate to operate commercially. Africa50’s committed capitalization is expected to reach $1 billion in the near term. The target is to raise $3 billion over the medium term to invest in commercially viable infrastructure projects across Africa. Africa50 has its headquarters in Casablanca. It enjoys all immunities and privileges recognized to International Financial Institutions.

Chief Financial Officer
Africa50 is seeking a Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”), who will be a key member of the Senior Leadership Team. The CFO supervises the finance unit and is the chief financial spokesperson for the organization.

The ideal candidate will have strong experience in supervising the financial activities of a fund or a finance unit of a major investment vehicle and in being the chief financial spokesperson for the organization, bringing strong expertise in budget management, financial control, cost benefit analysis, forecasting and in securing sufficient funding, ideally both from public and private sectors.

The role requires a minimum of 15 years of proven leadership and relevant experience; an advanced degree in a related field of study or a relevant bachelor degree with considerable experience in senior management levels in public/private/multilateral sectors is also required. Fluency in English and/or French is required.

To apply:

  • Please send a full CV together with a supporting statement, briefly highlighting your experience and skills against the requirements of the role, to Africa50@russellreynolds.com
  • Please include the role title and the reference number 1705-009BL in the subject of your e-mail.

Closing Date 18 June 2017

Job Specification Documents:

Africa50
General Counsel


Casablanca
1705-008BL

Africa50 is a specialized international financial institution created at the initiative of the African Development Bank (AfDB) and capitalized so far by the AfDB, 23 African countries and two African Central Banks. Subsequent funding is expected to come from African countries that are not yet investors in Africa50, but also from non-sovereign investors both in Africa and outside Africa. Africa50 aims to help accelerate infrastructure development in Africa leveraging the strong support of its government shareholders and the AfDB and has a mandate to operate commercially. Africa50’s committed capitalization is expected to reach $1 billion in the near term. The target is to raise $3 billion over the medium term to invest in commercially viable infrastructure projects across Africa. Africa50 has its headquarters in Casablanca. It enjoys all immunities and privileges recognized to International Financial Institutions.

General Counsel
Africa50 is seeking a General Counsel, who will be a key member of the Senior Leadership Team. The General Counsel will protect the interest of Africa50 from legal liability and, as necessary, provide legal defense in cases against or by Africa50. The General Counsel reports directly to the CEO and will provide legal support, advice and services to the Board, to the Senior Leadership Team, as well as to the investment team of Africa50.

The ideal candidate will have a strong experience directing the legal and compliance activities of a fund or financial institution, including ensuring that the business is in compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements.

The role requires a minimum of 15 years of proven leadership and relevant experience; an advanced degree in a related field of study or a relevant bachelor degree with considerable experience in senior management levels in public/private/multilateral sectors is also required. Fluency in English and/or French is required.

To apply:

  • Please send a full CV together with a supporting statement, briefly highlighting your experience and skills against the requirements of the role, to Africa50@russellreynolds.com
  • Please include the role title and the reference number 1705-008BL in the subject of your e-mail.

Closing Date 18 June 2017

Job Specification Documents:

British Council
Chief Finance Officer


London / Attractive Package
1611-058L

​The British Council is a leading UK international organisation making a major contribution to the UK’s soft power and cultural relations. It is a charity governed by Royal Charter and a Non-Governmental Departmental Body, founded to create a ‘friendly knowledge and understanding’ between the people of the UK and the wider world. The Council makes a positive contribution to the countries in which it works, using the cultural assets of the UK in the areas of education, English language, arts, sport, science, innovation, creativity and the sharing of the UK’s values and ways of living. On the ground in over 100 countries and with over 10,000 staff, it makes a lasting difference to the UK’s international standing, increasing the country’s influence by growing the number of people who know and trust the UK.

As the British Council has evolved, so have the sources of funding and its income of circa £1bn is generated from an evolving mix of public funding, commercial activity and partnership funds. The global reach of the organisation also increasingly requires the setting up of subsidiary entities to support trading in a range of different jurisdictions and to engage in significant conversations with national Governments overseas. At the same time, the Council’s NDPB status requires strong stakeholder management with UK Government and, in particular, the FCO, the Council’s sponsoring Department. These factors bring an attendant complexity in governance and financial management for the British Council.

A new Corporate Plan sets out significant ambitions for the period 2016-2019. The Chief Finance Officer (CFO) is a key strategic post within the British Council with a broad leadership remit extending across the global organisation. As an Executive Director of the Board, the CFO supports the Chief Executive in the development and implementation of the overall strategic direction and delivery across the organisation, covering a number of different support functions in addition to Finance. The CFO leads on the financial strategy and management of the British Council, including representing the organisation in a number of strategically important external fora, both within Central Government and beyond.

The British Councils seeks a new CFO, an individual with a successful track record as a CFO in an organisation with a significant global transformation agenda, leading a multi-location finance team, or in an international setting. Experience of dealing with a diverse range of issues across multiple, politically challenging and complex stakeholder environments will be important. In addition, experience of leading negotiations with governments will be advantageous.

This individual will already be skilled in working in an international matrix, preferably at Board level, and will possess an understanding of the challenges associated with the development and implementation of change programmes (people, programmes, systems) across many jurisdictions, and with a wide range of senior stakeholders. Proven success in leading significant people change within an international function and beyond will be important, along with leading global teams in a range of professional functions. The ability to manage shared services operations remotely and ensure the successful delivery of high quality services and outstanding value for month is paramount.

For more information about the role requirements and how to apply, please click on the link to Position Specification.

Closing date: Noon, Thursday 15 June 2017

Closing Date Noon, Thursday 15 January 2017

Job Specification Documents:

The Global Fund To Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
Executive Director


Geneva
1705-048L

The Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund) intends to appoint a new Executive Director in 2017. This exciting leadership role, with a tremendous impact in global health, demands high quality candidates with strong ambition for achievement.

The Global Fund is a 21st-century partnership organization designed to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics. Founded in 2002, the Global Fund is a partnership between governments, civil society, the private sector and people affected by the diseases.

The Global Fund raises and invests nearly US$4 billion a year to support programs run by local experts in more than 100 countries. Programs supported by the Global Fund have saved more than 20 million lives.

The Global Fund recently launched a new strategy 2017-2022 to invest for maximum impact. The strategy is aligned fully with partner plans and the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The strategy aims to support countries in implementing ambitious efforts and building sustainable and resilient health systems, securing the gains as countries transition from Global Fund support. It includes efforts to mobilize resources from traditional and new sources and via innovative financing strategies, and support increased domestic investment.

As the leader of the Global Fund’s Secretariat, the next Executive Director must manage a complex and highly able team, oversee resource mobilization, and represent the Global Fund to a range of external audiences.

The successful candidate will be a transformational leader who is both an accomplished executive, manager of large organizations, and a compelling advocate and ambassador. S/he will bring a clear understanding of global public health issues and the wider development architecture, and will have experience of engaging at the highest levels with governments, UN organizations, the business sector, and civil society partners. As the new Executive Director builds on the Global Fund’s immense achievements, s/he will need strategic leadership to position it in a changing global landscape. To do so will require both gravitas and the suppleness of style to engage effectively from grassroots to head of state level.

The Global Fund actively seeks talented leaders from all over the world. It sees diversity as a strength and will extend its outreach in this effort as widely as possible.

To apply:

  • Please send a full CV together with a supporting statement, briefly highlighting your experience and skills against the requirements of the role, to responses@russellreynolds.com
  • Please include the role title and the reference number 1705-048L in the subject of your e-mail.

Closing Date 21 July 2017

The Global Fund has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to assist with this appointment.

All appropriately qualified people regardless of sex, sexual orientation and/or gender identities, and individuals who are living with HIV are encouraged to apply. The Global Fund Board is highly committed to diversity

Closing Date 21 July 2017

Job Specification Documents:

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH)
Strategy Director


London, UK
1512-027L2

​As one of the largest and highest profile Foundation Trusts in the UK, UCLH comprises the state-of-the-art University College Hospital and six leading-edge specialist hospitals, providing world-class acute and specialist services for patients locally, nationally and internationally. Our agenda has never been more exciting as we deliver on one of the largest and most innovative transformation programmes in the NHS.

With a turnover of over £930m and over 8,400 staff, we balance the provision of nationally recognised specialist services with delivering high- quality acute services to our local populations in Camden, Islington, Barnet, Enfield, Haringey and Westminster. We require an outstanding Director to develop and secure our strategy to deliver top quality patient care, excellent education and world class research. The successful candidate will join a strong executive and on taking up post will lead the development of our new strategic aims for the period 2018-2022. Working in close partnership with the Chief Executive, they will bring an exceptional leadership contribution to the delivery of the next stages of the Five Year Forward View, our local Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) and alliances with health and care partners and partnerships. Our commitment to secure digital transformation in a leading academic and research partnership will allow the Director to work at the leading edge of change in one of its most dynamic and successful NHS Trusts.

For further information about the role including full details of how to apply, please follow the link below to the position specification.

Closing Date Noon, Thursday 29 June 2017

Job Specification Documents:

The Department for International Development (DFID)
Permanent Secretary


London, UK
1706-014L

The Department for International Development (DFID) is a dynamic, professional and diverse government department and a world leader in the fight against poverty. The UK Government is determined to help end extreme poverty around the world. We believe that international development is not just the right thing to do, but also in our national interest as a bold, outward looking nation as we leave the EU. DFID has over 3000 staff with head offices located in London and East Kilbride (near Glasgow) along with substantial teams in more than 30 countries across Africa, Asia and the Middle East. DFID’s budget is £10 billion in 2016/17 and set to remain at similar levels up to 2020.

DFID works in partnership with other UK departments, governments, multi-lateral organisations, the private sector, and civil society to help lift countries out of poverty. It is committed to the delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals. Institutional reform is a major objective and closer coordination with private sector partners is also a critical priority. The Permanent Secretary leads the work of the Department in support of Ministers’ objectives. S/he manages DFID’s staff, providing clear vision and direction, and is chief policy adviser to the Secretary of State and her Ministerial team. S/he will also contribute to the collective leadership of the Civil Service as a whole, ensuring that the Government’s Global Britain agenda is successfully delivered.

From a public or private sector background, the successful candidate will bring a profound understanding of working in developing countries. S/he will be an accomplished leader of large and distributed teams. S/he will demonstrate the ability to forge strong relationships with a complex network of partners, nationally and internationally, across public and private sectors.

The Department for International Development has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to assist with this appointment. For further information on the position and additional details on qualifications, requirements, terms and how to apply, please follow the link below to the position specification.
The closing date for applications is noon on Friday 30 June 2017.

The Civil Service is committed to equal opportunities in employment, with the aim of ensuring that everyone who applies receives fair treatment and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of age, disability, race, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital status, religion or belief.

The Civil Service Commission provides assurance that selection for appointment to the Civil Service is on merit on the basis of fair and open competition

Closing Date Friday 30 June 2017

Job Specification Documents:

Agence Française de Développement
Directeur du Département Transition Politique et Civile


Brussels, Belgium
1705-004BL

L’Agence Française de Développement (AFD), a public financial institution that implements the policy defined by the French Government, works to combat poverty and promote sustainable development. AFD operates on four continents via a network of 75 offices and finances and supports projects that improve living conditions for populations, boost economic growth and protect the planet. In 2016, AFD earmarked EUR 9.4bn to finance projects in developing countries and for overseas France.

AfD is looking to recruit a ‘Directeur du Département Transition Politique et Civile’ (DTPC). The objective of the DTPC will be to support beneficiaries (states, communities, etc.) on the governance of their institutions in order to (i) ensure the proper deployment, use and steering of the funding granted; (ii) prevent diversion, corruption or appropriation of funds, (iii) guarantee respect for fundamental rights.

To fill this DPTC position, AFD is seeking an expert on governance and capacity building issues. Fluency in French is required, as well as field experience, a knowledge of Africa and evolvement in the public spheres. He/she must have a strong personal involvement and a significant academic and professional career of at least 15 years, out of which at least 5 years in managerial positions in governance activities (on all or part of the themes specifically dealt with by the department) and capacity building. Ideally the candidate will have participated in governance restructurings of governments or institutions similar to those that AFD supports.

To apply:
Please send a full CV together with a supporting statement, briefly highlighting your experience and skills against the requirements of the role, to AFD@russellreynolds.com
Please include the role title and the reference number 1705-004BL in the subject of your e-mail.
Kindly note that the job description for this position is available in French only. Fluency in French is a requirement for this role.

Closing Date 15 July 2017

L’Agence Française de Développement has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to assist with this appointment.

All appropriately qualified people regardless of sex, sexual orientation and/or gender identities, and individuals who are living with HIV are encouraged to apply.

Pour postuler:
Veuillez envoyer votre curriculum vitae complet avec une lettre de candidature, en soulignant brièvement votre expérience et vos compétences en fonction des exigences du poste, à AFD@russellreynolds.com
Veuillez inclure le titre du poste et le numéro de référence 1705-004BL dans le sujet de votre e-mail.
Veuillez également noter que la description pour ce poste est disponible en français uniquement. La maîtrise du français est une exigence pour ce poste.

Date de clôture 15 juillet 2017

L'Agence Française de Développement a retenu Russell Reynolds Associates pour aider dans cette recherche.

Toutes les personnes dûment qualifiées, quel que soit leur sexe, leur orientation sexuelle et / ou leur identité sexuelle, y compris les personnes vivant avec le VIH, sont encouragées à postuler.

Closing Date 15 July 2017

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