|Salary:||£50,000 to £52,000|
|Placed On:||28th February 2023|
|Closes:||28th April 2023|
12 Month Fixed Term Contract
£50k - £52k (depending on experience) plus pension, private health incl. dental, 30 days annual leave, flexible working around core hours, 36-hour working week
London (NW1) with hybrid working
We are recruiting the new role of Corporate Governance (CG) – Risk & Assurance Manager to join our small CG team, within the Office of the General Counsel (GC) at The Alan Turing Institute. Our CG team has responsibility for secretarial and corporate governance support services to the Board, its subsidiary (Turing Innovations Ltd) and its Board Committee. It also supports the organisation with risk management processes, some aspects of related compliance and assurance processes, e.g. due diligence, export controls, regulatory assurance, and international risk assessments as well as managing the escalation of key decisions to the appropriate level within the Turing and research ethics assessments. It’s an exciting time to join us and undertake interesting work relating to our research in data science and artificial intelligence (AI).
About the role: Its purpose is to support the Senior Governance Manager and the GC /Company Secretary in supporting the Turing in delivering relevant areas of activity required to provide assurance to the Trustees, Executive and Senior Management that staff have both awareness of and are adhering to key risk and CG related policies/procedures. This a role with reach; our new CG – Risk & Assessment Manager will work with stakeholders at various levels of seniority at the Turing in a supportive and collaborative way. Key areas of responsibility can be viewed in detail on our web site, they include:
About you: Your profile will include an undergraduate degree plus a CG and/or other risk/compliance /assurance relevant UK qualification: Plus, the following:
About us: The Alan Turing Institute, as the UK’s national institute for data science and AI, plays an important part in driving forward advances in these technologies.
There is recognition of the importance of these technologies to our economic and social future: the so-called fourth industrial revolution. The technical challenge of keeping our data secure and private has grown in urgency and importance.
After launching in 2015 with six founding members including five universities, the Institute has grown an extensive network of university partners from across the UK and launched a number of major partnerships with industry, public and third sector. Today it is home to 500+ researchers and a talented business team. We are a regulated charity incorporated in England and Wales.
We are located at the British Library in the heart of London’s Knowledge Quarter (easy reach of Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston). We work a hybrid model of remote and office working and are happy to discuss this with applicants. For more information about The Alan Turing Institute visit www.turing.ac.uk The Alan Turing Institute is committed to equality diversity and inclusion and to eliminating discrimination. All employees are expected to embrace, follow and promote our EDI Principles and Our Values.
Please call Elaine Rippon, our exclusively retained Consultant at Oakleigh Resourcing on 01477 534491 to chat about your interest in the role. You can also view the full Role Profile on www.oakleighresourcing.co.uk To apply please email your CV with covering letter supporting your interest in the role to email@example.com
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