Voluntary basis
The Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion (enei) is the leading employer network promoting equality and inclusion in the workplace. Our role is to promote practical improvements in equality and inclusion by employers across the whole spectrum. We do this by sharing ideas across our growing membership network, promoting best practice, providing training and consultancy ,and seeking to influence government, business and Trade Unions to deliver practical change. Launched in 2011 we are the UK’s leading employer network covering all aspects of equality and inclusion in the workplace.

The enei Board consists of a Chair, minimum of three (but up to 10) people elected by the Members at an Annual General Meeting; persons co-opted from enei Membership (see memorandum & articles for provisions). The Chief Executive and a nominated Director of the secretariat attend Board meetings. Elections for the Chair take place at the Annual General Meeting every three years with the Chair serving, normally, for a maximum of six consecutive years.  Members of the Board stand for election at the Annual General Meeting every year, and while Board members are eligible for re-election, they are normally expected to serve between 3-6 years. 

Download the candidate brief to find out about the role.

To make an application, please click on the apply now button below, with the following prepared:

  • your CV (no more than three sides)
  • a supporting statement that sets out why you are interested in this appointment and the experiences and qualities you believe you can bring in order to be successful in post.

Please also tell us about any dates when you are not available for interview.

Closing date
Friday 3rd July

Screening discussions
Mid July 2020

Agreement of the final shortlist
Late July 2020

Due diligence
July and August 2020

Final panel interviews
Monday 7th September (1000-1500)

Ratification / announcement of the appointment
8th October 2020

The Selection Panel will be Jonathan Rees; Claudine Adeyemi; Sarah Churchman, and Barry Mordsley.