The Wellington Loop Trust is currently seeking nominations for three Trustee vacancies. Nominations will close at 4pm on Friday 5 August.
Who can be nominated as a Trustee?
Nominees for the role of Trustee need to have experience and interest in the following areas: collaborative learning, governance and financial control, strategic planning, digital technologies and education. There is no requirement for Trustees to be employees of member schools. It is important to note that Trustees do not act as representatives of any particular school but rather act in the best interests of the Trust and the wider education community.
The term of appointment for each Trustee is three years.
Nomination and appointment process
Self-nomination is expected.
Nominations close at 4pm, Friday 5 August and should be forwarded electronically, using the appropriate form below, to Robyn McInnes, Operations Manager, Wellington Loop Trust at firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the close of nominations, new Trustees will be appointed by the Principals of the member schools of the Wellington Loop Trust, acting together in their capacity as the Electoral College of the Trust. Once appointed, Trustees are expected to attend monthly meetings and fully engage in the governance and work of the Trust.
Additional information for prospective nominees
In considering the role of Trustee, please ensure that you look at:
If further information is required, prospective nominees are also welcome to email: email@example.com