Do you want to be the CTC Chief Executive

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Philip Benstead
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Do you want to be the CTC Chief Executive

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http://www.ctc.org.uk/desktopdefault.aspx?tabid=3352


Chief Executive

Based Guildford, Surrey, Salary £70,000 pa

CTC is the UK’s national cyclists’ organisation, one of the largest and
most respected cycling organisations in the world. We bring together
nearly 70,000 members and volunteers who participate in and promote
all types of cycling from commuting to mountain biking.

Our vision is to be an innovative, thriving organisation of cyclists and
supporters working to promote cycling for all; cycling that is accessible
and safe; cycling that is enjoyable and functional; cycling that enriches
lives and communities.

We are seeking an exceptional candidate to be our new Chief Executive.
Apply to us if:

You have a track record as a visionary leader in the business, voluntary or
government sectors; you have a successful track record of management
and implementation in a complex environment with multiple stakeholders
and you can be an ambassador and figurehead for CTC and cycling at all
levels.

For a full job description, person specification and details of the application
process go to our web site http://www.ctc.org.uk/vacancies.

A full CV together with a detailed covering letter expanding on your
application should be sent in confidence to Sue Cherry, CTC, Parklands,
Railton Road, Guildford, Surrey GU2 9JX or email sue.cherry@ctc.org.uk
to be received no later than 10.00am Tuesday 10th January, 2012.
CTC Charitable Trust is an equal opportunities employer. Charity Number 1104324
Philip Benstead | Life Member Former CTC Councillor/Trustee
Organizing events and representing cyclist in southeast since 1988
Bikeability Instructor/Mechanic
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Re: Do you want to be the CTC Chief Executive

Post by Regulator »

They had to put 'visionary' in... :roll:

The completion of some grant funded development projects during 2012 and their only partial replacement through a Local Sustainable Transport Fund is leading to some redundancies and a management restructure with a strong regional team approach. Behind the scenes we have invested in stronger operational and financial management and much improved accounting system. A long awaited new website and better integration of our web and new media presence will be delivered early in 2012


No <inappropriate phrase removed> Sherlock... Some might be tempted to say 'we told you so'.

Plus it is interesting to note that the employer would appear to be the CTC Charitable Trust, rather than the Club.
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