The board is the executive body of Republic which deals with strategy, finances and monitoring of campaign progress. The board receives reports and proposals from the CEO, discusses and decides overall strategy and direction and takes responsibility for good governance and financial management.
The board does not take tactical or operational decisions, which are delegated to Republic's staff.
What does a director do?
The role of director carries various responsibilities, including legal responsibilities under companies law.
Broadly speaking a director's role is to attend board meetings, read reports and proposals and to apply their judgement to any decisions that need to be made. Directors are also expected to attend Republic's national events and offer support to the CEO where appropriate. Directors aren't involved in the running of the campaign unless recruited separately as volunteers in one of our campaign teams.
We are not currently recruiting new directors. If you'd like to find out more please call Graham Smith on 07747 608 770.
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