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Organization

Position Title

Job/Reference Number

Location

Closing Date

London School of Economics

President/Vice Chancellor

2212-058L

London, United Kingdom

03/20/2023

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

Managing Director, Deputy General Counsel

P2212-053L

London, United Kingdom

02/12/2023

British Business Bank

Chair

P2210-169L

United Kingdom

02/20/2023

The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS)

Director-General & Chief Executive

2211-066L

London

02/17/2023

Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance

Chief Risk Officer

2212-037L

Geneva, Switzerland

01/27/2023

University College London

Vice President (Operations)

P2210-100L

United Kingdom

01/22/2023

United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund

Chief, Risk and Compliance

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New York, USA

01/11/2023

Competition and Markets Authority

Chief Data & Technology Insights Officer

P2210-161L

London, Edinburgh or Manchester

01/03/2023

Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance

Chief People and Experience Officer

2210-022L

Geneva

12/22/2022

Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria

Chair and Vice-Chair

2206-077L

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The London School of Economics and Political Science
President/Vice Chancellor

London, United Kingdom
2208-067L

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is one of the world’s leading universities.

Founded in 1895, LSE has an outstanding international reputation as a world-leading research and educational institution. The LSE is ambitious about its future and aims to remain at the heart of the most important global debates of our time. Following the successful tenure of Baroness (Minouche) Shafik, the Council intends to appoint a new President/Vice Chancellor.

The President/Vice Chancellor leads the academic community, oversees management of the School, and represents the School externally. Qualified candidates should bring a track record of exceptional leadership in large complex organizations. The successful candidate will have clear strategic vision, team leadership qualities,  experience in leading through uncertain times, and change management skills, as well as the ability to balance active participation in internal academic governance with extensive external engagement. While candidates need not be academics, they must be able to demonstrate a solid understanding of the culture of academic institutions and of the social sciences.

Candidates must have a demonstrated ability to collaborate and build relationships across diverse constituencies internally and externally, including with governments, partner organisations, alumni, and donors and other supporters of the School. They should have the ability to represent the School  in national and international contexts. They must also bring the enthusiasm, energy, and commitment to inspire and lead an exceptional and ambitious university that contributes to the solution of global and national issues and the education of future leaders from around the world. Candidates will have a demonstrated commitment to the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all that they do.

The LSE welcomes candidates with no previous experience in academic institutions from within the UK and internationally, values diversity, and strives to promote equity at all levels. Russell Reynolds Associates has been appointed to support this appointment for LSE. For further information about this role please follow the link to the position specification, or call +44 (20) 7198 1826 for further assistance.

The closing date for applications is 12:00 noon, 20 March 2023.

Position Specification


The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Managing Director, Deputy General Counsel

London, United Kingdom
P2212-053L

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD, the Bank) seeks to appoint a new Managing Director, Deputy General Counsel (DGC).

Reporting to the General Counsel, the DGC will be an accomplished leader and legal professional and will serve as a critical member in the leadership of the Office of the General Counsel. The successful candidate will bring a sophisticated understanding of the legal complexity inherent in multi-jurisdictional development financing institutions, and will provide effective, forward-thinking legal and policy advice on all corporate and administrative affairs, treasury, and human resources legal matters. Experience leading the delivery of legal reform advisory would also be an important additional strength.  The ideal candidate will have a profound understanding of the architecture of international financial institutions and bring considerable experience as a successful and dynamic manager of complex teams. The DGC will play a critical role in wider institutional leadership and will serve as a member of senior management committees and ad-hoc working groups.

The EBRD, which has global membership, is active operationally in about 40 countries and territories across Europe, Central Asia and the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean, supporting them in realising their potential as market-oriented economies. The EBRD invests in excess of €10 billion each year in project financing for banks, industries, and businesses. It is an active investor in strategic sectors fostering sustainable long-term growth and a pioneer in Green and Climate Finance. The Bank’s investments and policy work contribute to transition resilience, market integration, and tackling critical global and regional challenges including the war on Ukraine and the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

The term of appointment is for a fixed-term of four years, with potential to renew for a second term.

EBRD has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to assist with this appointment. For further information on the position and additional details on qualifications, requirements, and how to apply, please visit: https://jobs.ebrd.com/job-invite/33129/

The closing date for applications is 23:59 on 12th February 2023.

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British Business Bank
Chair

United Kingdom
P2210-169L

The British Business Bank (BBB) is the UK Government’s economic development bank. Established in November 2014, its mission is to drive sustainable growth and prosperity across the UK and to enable the transition to a net zero economy, by improving access to finance for smaller businesses. Its remit is to design, deliver and efficiently manage UK-wide smaller business access to finance programmes for the UK government. The British Business Bank’s core programmes support over £12.2bn of finance to more than 96,000 smaller businesses. The British Business Bank is also responsible for administering the government’s three Coronavirus loan schemes and its Future Fund, together responsible for delivering £80.4bn in finance to 1.67m businesses. These schemes are now closed to new applications.

In addition to increasing the supply and diversity of finance for UK small businesses, the Bank also works to raise awareness of finance options available to smaller businesses, providing independent and impartial information, and serves as a centre of expertise on smaller business finance in the UK, providing advice and support to Government.

British Business Bank is currently seeking to appoint a new Chair to join its Board of Directors who are collectively responsible for the long-term sustainable success of the Bank. The Chair is responsible for the development and leadership of the Board and for ensuring its effectiveness in all aspects of its role, and for ensuring that BBB’s policies and actions support the government’s wider strategic policies and that its affairs are conducted with probity. They will lead the Board in overseeing delivery of the required business performance, ensuring that the Board contributes fully to deciding strategy and that it has sufficient and appropriate information to monitor performance effectively. Establishing a positive relationship with the Chief Executive, Chief Finance Officer and the other members of the senior management team is an important element of the role, providing appropriate challenge and support to drive business performance. Additionally, the Chair will ensure the Bank continues to be well governed and will establish regular engagement with the government, acting as an ambassador for the Bank with other banks, investors, Government and Ministers, amongst other stakeholders.

This high profile and important role is an exciting opportunity to support a critical part of the UK’s economy. The successful candidate will be an outstanding individual with the highest levels of integrity, authority and independence. They will be highly passionate and motivated in driving sustainable growth and prosperity across the UK by improving access to finance for smaller businesses and enabling them to succeed in the transition to a net zero economy. Essential criteria include significant board experience and strong credibility to lead the Board of a public sector bank, with significant experience gained through senior leadership roles in a commercial/financial services business or in economic development/economic policy making. Excellent interpersonal skills are needed, with the required emotional intelligence to provide support and constructively challenge the Senior Leadership Team and develop excellent working relationships with Board members and the government. The skills and understanding to operate successfully in the public sector will be important, including the ability to represent the Bank to, and engage effectively with, senior political decisions makers and other stakeholders across Whitehall. The time commitment is expected to be two days per week.

The Bank’s ability to deliver on its mission, purpose and strategy is dependent on committed colleagues with appropriate expertise and experience, who work collaboratively and creatively, striving to create an inspiring culture and environment, based on shared values. Staff are recruited from a diversity of backgrounds and bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and ideas from the public and private sectors, sharing a passion for the Bank’s mission and purpose. The Bank encourages applications from talented individuals from all backgrounds.

The closing date for applications is 13:00 on Monday 20th February 2023.

The British Business Bank has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to advise on this appointment. For further information about the position and additional details on qualifications, requirements, terms and conditions of service and how to apply, please review the position specification below.

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The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS)
Director-General & Chief Executive

London
2211-066L

The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) is a world-leading authority on global security, political risk, and military conflict. It is international in composition, perspective and reach, shaping the strategic agenda globally. The IISS is well-known for its authoritative annual assessment of national defence capabilities around the world, The Military Balance. It conducts bespoke research for government and corporate clients. It convenes governments and business leaders to consult on defence and security issues, notably at the Shangri-La Dialogue for the Indo-Pacific region and the Manama Dialogue for the Gulf, and the wider Middle East as well as in more discreet formats. The Institute has offices in Singapore, Berlin, Bahrain, and Washington, DC, in addition to its London headquarters. It has a staff of some 160 people and an annual turnover of more than £25 million.

The Board of the IISS is launching a search for a new Director-General & Chief Executive, who will assume the role on 1 October 2023 when the present DG and CE moves to a fixed term position as Executive Chairman.

The successful candidate will build on the considerable success of recent years, sustain the collegial and quality-focussed culture of IISS, and identify new opportunities to apply its insights in a dynamic and challenging external environment. This is a rare opportunity to lead an organisation which informs international defence and strategic policy making at the highest level.

The new Director-General & Chief Executive will bring vision, intelligence, and social skill. Qualified candidates will have relevant knowledge of the policy arena and be effective communicators to a wide range of audiences. They will have a track record of international relationship building at the highest levels of government and business. They will be proven managers of high-performing teams, accustomed to setting direction and providing support. They will combine this with a keen commercial sense, strong fundraising skills, and a sound instinct for where the IISS can continue to make a distinctive contribution.

Location: London, United Kingdom
Competitive compensation and benefits will be offered
The IISS has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to advise on this appointment. Please see at the below link the position specification for further information and additional details on qualifications, requirements, terms, and conditions of service. The closing date for applications is 23:59 on 17th February 2023.

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Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance
Chief Risk Officer

Geneva, Switzerland
2212-037L

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance is a public-private partnership that helps vaccinate half the world’s children against some of the world’s deadliest diseases. Since its inception in 2000, Gavi has helped to immunize a whole generation – over 981 million children – and prevented more than 16 million future deaths, helping to halve child mortality in 73 lower-income countries. Gavi also plays a key role in improving global health security by supporting health systems as well as funding global stockpiles for Ebola, cholera, meningococcal and yellow fever vaccines.

Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance is seeking to appoint a Chief Risk Officer (CRO). The new CRO will lead Gavi’s Risk function and ensure that there is an organisation-wide understanding of risk, both financial and non-financial. This is a key role, responsible for the effective implementation of an enterprise-wide Risk function and engagement across the enterprise to elevate risk management and awareness understanding. The remit will encompass strategic, operational, financial, and programmatic dimensions of risk. The CRO will have a critical role within Gavi, at a time when both the scale of its operations and complexity has increased dramatically.

The successful candidate will report to the Chief Operating Officer and be part of the Senior Management Team of Gavi. Candidates will be skilled at operating in highly complex multi-country organisations and the challenge of working with partners in resource-constrained environments. S/he will bring strong technical knowledge and be able to advise and guide to elevate risk awareness across all facets of Gavi. S/he will be able to influence change and have the capability to deliver as CRO but also to represent the Senior Management Team beyond their immediate remit. S/he will be able to lead strong and diverse teams and be highly effective communicators to a range of audiences.

In support of Gavi’s commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion, we hire globally and welcome applications regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, national origin, family status, sex, gender identity or expression, physical characteristics, race, religion, spirituality or sexual orientation.

Gavi has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to assist with this appointment.
Please send your applications to responses@russellreynolds.com by 27 January 2023.
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Competitive compensation and benefits will be offered. For further information, visit: Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

Position Specification


University College London
Vice President (Operations)

UK
P2210-100L

Ranked second in the UK for research power, UCL’s progressive and interdisciplinary approach, collaborating with local and international partners, has influenced progress on a range of issues – from tackling inequalities and climate change, and addressing health challenges including COVID-19, HIV and cancer. UCL’s researchers have helped preserve ancient heritage for future generations, transformed social care policy and practice, and worked with industry to supply cutting-edge technology for international space missions.

Reporting to the President & Provost, Dr Michael Spence, the Vice President (Operations) will be a core member of the senior leadership team accountable for the institutional leadership of a large Professional Services portfolio including estates and infrastructure; digital services; research and student administration, technical services, and the central administration team. They will oversee the alignment of central teams and professional services colleagues in faculties ensuring that UCL operations are aligned to deliver an effective service to support and power UCL’s academic mission, and an excellent and integrated student and staff experience. The successful candidate will also lead delivery of the programme of change and service transformation set out in the Strategic Plan 2022-2027.

Candidates will bring significant experience in leading large service functions and operational transformation in organisations of similar scale and complexity, as well as a demonstrable track record of delivering creative and innovative solutions to challenges. The successful candidate will be a skilled strategic thinker and an excellent communicator who is able to engage and build relationships with a diverse community of stakeholders. Broad understanding of the higher education landscape and experience working in unionised environments is desirable but not essential.

The closing date for applications is 23:59 on Sunday 22nd January 2023.

UCL has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to advise on this appointment. For further information about the position and additional details on qualifications, requirements, terms and conditions of service and how to apply, please review the position specification below. Any queries can be submitted to responses@russellreynolds.com 

Position Specification


United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund – Office of Investment Management
Chief, Risk and Compliance

New York, USA
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Org. Setting and Reporting
The United Nations Secretary-General is responsible for the investment of the assets of the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund (UNJSPF). The Secretary-General has delegated this responsibility to the Representative of the Secretary-General for the investment of the assets of the UNJSPF (RSG). The RSG heads the Office of Investment Management (OIM), which manages approximately $70+ billion multi-asset class, global investment portfolio, about 85% of which is actively managed in-house. Asset classes under management comprise of global equities, fixed income, foreign exchange, private equity, real estate, infrastructure, timber, and commodities. OIM’s staff are all based in New York and come from over 30 countries. For more information, please visit OIM's website at https://oim.unjspf.org/.

This position leads the Risk and Compliance Section of the Office of Investment Management (OIM) of the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund (UNJSPF). The incumbent will report to the Representative of the Secretary-General for the investment of the assets of the UNJSPF.

Responsibilities
Within delegated authority, the incumbent would perform the following functions:

  • Assists the Representative of the Secretary-General (RSG) of OIM in the development and implementation of the Fund's policy on investment risk control (public equities, fixed income and private markets risks), operational risk, compliance and investment performance. Assists the RSG OIM in formulating the substantive work programme of the Risk & Compliance Section, determining priorities and allocating resources for the completion of outputs and their timely delivery.
  • Provides advice and support to senior management in special reviews of OIM objectives and related policies and procedures. Identifies potential management reviews of high sensitivity and complexity in areas such as risk management, compliance, investment performance. Defines problems to be addressed in management reviews.
  • Monitors, emerging risks and integrates risk management principles consistent with the strategic framework and the risk budget of the Fund. Proposes the risk budget for all asset classes to the Risk Committee and monitors the tracking risk at the total Fund and various portfolio levels.
  • Performs oversight and monitoring of operational risk, including risk from service-provider relationships by verifying Master Record Keeper(MRK) and performance data in due diligence of MRK.
  • Focal point for audit matters and testing of controls. Coordinates and oversees the preparation of reports for presentation to the Audit Committee on Enterprise-wide Risk Management and also coordinates a jointly EWRM working group with Pension Administration.
  • Identifies, assesses and monitors risks relating to standards of ethical behavior, in particular with regard to management of conflicts of interest, personal trading or the handling of confidential and inside information.
  • Oversees the management of activities undertaken by the Risk & Compliance Section to ensure that programmed activities are carried out in a timely fashion on all aspects of the Fund's operations, and makes recommendations on possible strategies and measures.
  • Ensures that all outputs produced by the Section under his/her supervision meet required standards before completion to ensure they comply with the relevant mandates
  • Coordinates the work carried out by different work units of OIM and by other agencies and bodies of the United Nations System.
  • Undertakes or oversees the programmatic tasks necessary for the functioning of OIM in relation to the Risk & Compliance Section including preparation of budgets, reporting on budget/programme, performance, evaluation of staff performance, interviews of candidates for job openings, evaluation of candidates and preparation of inputs for results based budgeting.
  • Coordinates and oversees the preparation of reports for presentation to the Investments Committee, Pension Board, and intergovernmental bodies, such as the Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions (ACABQ), the Fifth Committee, the General Assembly and other policy-making organs, as appropriate. Ensures independent reporting of the Fund’s performance to all advisory and governing bodies.
  • Manages, guides, develops and trains staff under his/her supervision.
  • Serves as Chair of the Risk Management Committee and of the Compliance Committee.
  • Represents OIM at international, national and regional meetings as necessary.
  • Leads team members efforts to collect and analyze data and provides insight to identify trends or patterns for data-driven planning, decision-making, presentation and reporting. Ensures that everyone can discover, access, integrate and share the data they need.

Education
Advanced university degree (Master's degree or equivalent degree) in finance, business management or related area is required. A first-level university degree in any of these fields, in combination with two additional years of qualifying work experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Work Experience
A minimum of 15 years of progressively responsible experience in investment and operational risk management, investment performance measurement and compliance for pension plans or financial institutions is required.

Experience in market and operational risk management is required.

Compliance oversight experience in an investment management organization is required.

Applicants are urged to carefully follow all instructions available in the online recruitment platform, Inspira. Please go to https://careers.un.org/lbw/jobdetail.aspx?id=195548&Lang=en-US to apply.

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Competition and Markets Authority
Chief Data & Technology Insights Officer

London, Edinburgh or Manchester
P2210-161L

The Competition and Markets Authority is an independent non-Ministerial government department and is the UK’s lead competition and consumer authority. We work to ensure that consumers get a good deal when buying goods and services, and that businesses operate within the law.

Advances in digital technologies have led to the growth of powerful platform businesses and substantial increases in the collection and use of data, computing power, and the development and use of algorithms. These advances have reshaped our economy and society and delivered substantial benefits to consumers, but are also raising new challenges, including for competition policy and consumer protection.

In this context, the CMA established a new Data, Technology and Analytics (DaTA) unit in early 2019, to increase its digital capabilities and support its work. There are now nearly 50 team members across technology insight, data science, engineering, behavioural science, eDiscovery and digital forensics with the headcount planned to grow to around 65. With the creation of the new Digital Markets Unit in the CMA, demand for the skills of the DaTA unit will increase further.

Reporting to the Chief Economic Advisor, who is part of the Senior Executive Team, the Chief Data & Technology Insights Officer will be responsible for the strategy and delivery of the Data, Technology and Analytics (DaTA) unit. The role has a strong focus on ensuring the CMA understands how technology works in markets.

The CMA has an exciting and challenging agenda – to contribute to faster economic growth, deliver positive competition outcomes and make markets work well for consumers, businesses and the economy. We have a vital role to play in the UK economy through our many and varied roles and responsibilities, and while we are in no doubt as to the size of the task, we’re encouraged by the progress we have made so far, and excited to take up the challenge of delivering tangible results for UK consumers and businesses, especially post EU exit.

This is a fantastic opportunity to lead a team in an area of importance, make a real difference to consumers at a critical time, and shape the CMA’s and other regulators’ data strategies, in partnership with a wide range of senior professionals working in the sector and academic world.

Right now, the Competition and Markets Authority is a particularly exciting and interesting place to work – and is set to become even more so over the next few years.

CMA has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to advise on this appointment. The closing date for applications is 23:59 on Tuesday 3rd January 2023. For further information on the position and additional details on qualifications, requirements, terms and conditions of service and how to apply, please review the position specification below.

 

Position Specification


Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance
Chief People & Experience Officer

Geneva
2210-022L

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance is a public-private partnership that helps vaccinate half the world’s children against some of the world’s deadliest diseases. Since its inception in 2000, Gavi has helped to immunize a whole generation – over 981 million children – and prevented more than 16 million future deaths, helping to halve child mortality in 73 lower-income countries. Gavi also plays a key role in improving global health security by supporting health systems as well as funding global stockpiles for Ebola, cholera, meningococcal and yellow fever vaccines.

Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance is seeking to appoint its new Chief People & Experience Officer who will lead the Human Resource team and ensure the delivery of high-quality, fit-for-purpose Human Resource services across Gavi, with a strong focus on strategic business partnering and collaboration with relevant enabling functions teams. In addition, the Chief People & Experience Officer will drive ongoing cultural change within Gavi, aligned with Gavi values and with a keen focus on diversity, equity and inclusion, as well as employee health and wellbeing.

The Chief People & Experience Officer is a critical role within Gavi. The successful candidate will report to the Chief Operating Officer and be part of the Senior Management Team of Gavi. Gavi is seeking to attract a well-rounded Human Resource leader, covering all major aspects of the function with experience of working in the public as well as in the private sector. The successful candidates is characterized by high energy, high resilience and high gravitas and displays impeccable levels of integrity, loyalty and trustworthiness.

In support of Gavi’s commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion, we hire globally and welcome applications regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, national origin, family status, sex, gender identity or expression, physical characteristics, race, religion, spirituality or sexual orientation.

Gavi has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to assist with this appointment.
Please send your applications to responses@russellreynolds.com by 22 December 2022.
Please include the role title and reference number 2210-022L in the subject of your email.
Location: Geneva, Switzerland

Competitive compensation and benefits will be offered. For further information, visit:  Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

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TSB Banking Group plc
Non-Executive Director, Consumer & Digital

2208-067L

TSB is a customer-focused, purpose-led UK retail Bank, with a comprehensive proposition portfolio for consumers and businesses that includes current accounts, credit cards, mortgages and loans and multichannel distribution through 220 branches, telephone and digital services. Relaunched as an independent bank in 2013, it went public in 2014 and was then acquired by Banco Sabadell Group in 2015. Sabadell shares TSB’s focus on local people, businesses and communities, its values and its commitment to transparency. The bank is financially strong with a balance sheet of c.£35Bn in deposits and c.£38Bn in lending. TSB’s purpose of “Money Confidence. For everyone. Every day” is more relevant than ever. And with a brand that heritage stretching back to the start of the Savings bank movement over 200 years ago, TSB has developed a strong ESG proposition, covering all aspects of its contribution to People and Planet, through its Do What Matters Plan.”

This is an opportunity to join the high calibre board of a significant UK challenger bank, with a new CEO and considerable ambition. There is an established customer-focused culture in the business, a new three-year strategy focused on disrupting the status quo with new propositions, being more agile, responsive and progressive; delivering digital products and propositions in a more agile, innovative and personalised way, whilst delivering value to customers.

For further information about the position and additional details on qualifications, requirements, terms and conditions of service and how to apply, please review the specification below.

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Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria
Chair and Vice-Chair of the Board

2206-077L

The Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund) intends to appoint a new Chair and Vice-Chair in 2023 for a three-year term. The Board Chair and Vice-Chair lead the Board who determines the Global Fund’s strategy and policies, and act as ambassadors and advocates for its work.

Created 20 years ago, the Global Fund is a worldwide partnership to defeat HIV, TB and malaria and ensure a healthier, safer, more equitable future for all. We raise and invest US$4 billion a year to fight the deadliest infectious diseases, challenge the injustice that fuels them and strengthen health systems in more than 100 countries. We unite world leaders, communities, civil society, health workers and the private sector to find out what works and take it to scale – so the world makes more progress, more rapidly.

The Global Fund’s bold new Strategy, Fighting Pandemics and Building a Healthier and More Equitable World, sets out how the Global Fund partnership aims to accelerate impact as 2030 draws closer and contribute to a world free of the burden of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria with better, more equitable, health for all, as set out in Sustainable Development Goal 3.

The Global Fund’s Board includes 20 voting members, with equal representation of implementers and donors. Non-governmental organisations, communities affected by HIV, TB and malaria, the private sector, and private foundations are also represented as voting members. In addition, there are eight non-voting members, including the Board Chair and Vice Chair, representatives of partner organisations including the World Health Organization and World Bank, and the Additional Public Donors constituency.

The Global Fund actively seeks talented leaders from all over the world. The Chair and Vice-Chair will be responsible for guiding the deliberations of a Board comprised of an extraordinarily diverse mix of stakeholders and partners. Both will be figures of real stature and track records of accomplishment which equip them to serve the Global Fund in its strategic deliberations and in its communication to external partners. The Board Leadership will bring deep experience of working with multi-stakeholder governance bodies. Between them, the Chair and Vice-Chair will possess an understanding of the global public health architecture and of the governance process of the Global Fund, as well as transferrable leadership experience from other sectors. The Chair and Vice-Chair of the Global Fund Board are eligible to receive an honorarium pursuant to the Honorarium Framework of the Global Fund.

The Global Fund has retained Russell Reynolds Associates to assist with these appointments. For further information on the positions and additional details on qualifications, requirements, terms and conditions of service and how to express interest, please follow the link to the position specification below.

All appropriately qualified people regardless of their nationality, ethnicity, sex, marital status, civil partnership status, disability, age, religion, political belief, sexual orientation, health status or trans-gender status, and individuals who are living with HIV are encouraged to apply. The Global Fund Board is highly committed to diversity.

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