Workspace Advisory Group Members x4
Advise the Deputy Mayor and the LEAP on London’s Workspace agenda
The Mayor is inviting applications from leading individuals from London’s Workspace sector to join the London Workspace Advisory Group. We are now seeking to appoint up to four Members to work alongside the existing Members of the group.
The Group will advise the Deputy Mayor for Business and the London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP) on issues related to availability, affordability, growth, development and long-term sustainability of London’s workspaces. Members will play an integral part in making sure the capital’s workspace sector can flourish and support London’s micro businesses and SME community.
In order to complement the existing membership of the Group, we are looking to recruit individuals that can represent:
- Users of workspace;
- Workspace providers, including:
- representation from outer London social enterprises;
- providers with at least more than 10 spaces across London; and
- providers of wet lab facilities;
- Developers that include workspaces among their portfolios.
We are keen to ensure that members are as diverse as London’s communities, bringing excellent knowledge of the opportunities and challenges facing the sector and ability to raise its profile. Members will have a genuine passion for the sector and will be able to provide expert advice which will deliver real improvements.
The Group will consist of 15 members who between them will cover a range of expertise and provide thought leadership on the key issues across the broad agenda of workspace in London. Members will reflect different sectors of the workspace community, including outer London borough workspaces, large providers, users of workspaces, developers and Wet Labs.
For information on the role of the and application criteria, download the application pack
How to Apply
Candidates are invited to apply by submitting a CV and covering letter (max 5 sides combined). The CV should include details of employment, public appointments, qualifications history and the name and contact details of two referees willing to provide a reference. It should also include any relevant information regarding your eligibility for appointment and any directorships you hold.
The covering letter should provide details of the relevant experience that equips you to serve as a Member of the Workspace Advisory Board, in particular addressing person specification criteria as outlined under candidate requirements. Candidates should also explain why they would like to become members of the Group and if they have expertise and experience in one or more areas set out in the profile of successful candidates. APPLICATION PACK
For an informal discussion, please contact Maria Diaz-Palomares at Maria.Diaz-Palomares@london.gov.uk
If you have any queries regarding the application process or if you require information in an alternative format, please email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting reference WAG2019.
To apply, please visit our website.
Application closing date: Thursday 28 February 2019 at 23:59 GMT.
Interview date: week commencing 18 March 2019.
London's diversity is its biggest asset and we strive to reflect London's diversity in all board appointments. The aim is that the London Workspace Advisory Group reflects London’s diversity so welcome applications from all sections of the community, and from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.