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Non-executive Member of the Trustees’ Housing Committee

Church of England Pensions Board
Closing date
3 Jun 2024

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Housing & Social
Job Role
Manager, Consultant
Contract Type
Part Time

Church of England Pensions Board

Non-executive Member of the Trustees’ Housing Committee


The Pensions Board provides retirement services to those who work or minister for the Church of England.  We do this through operating ethical occupational pension schemes for the Church, and providing retirement housing for clergy and their spouses or partners who have lived in tied-housing during their ministry, mainly through affordable rental housing and supported housing schemes. 

We currently house around 2,700 customers, mostly in our rental properties, and we directly operate seven Community Living supported housing schemes.  We also have approximately 600 customers with legacy mortgage or shared ownership arrangements.  

We are now seeking to appoint a Member for our Housing Committee which is a non-Executive committee of the full board composed of Trustees and appointed Members. The Committee works with the Executive housing team, providing strategic oversight and guidance and ensuring that our customers receive a high quality housing service. There is a broad remit centred on shaping and scrutinising future strategy as well as current delivery of support with retirement housing to retiring and retired clergy. Previous knowledge of the Church of England is not required as it is your broader experience, insight, intellectual rigour and judgement that you will bring to the Committee.  
With a background in the operation and financing of large residential property portfolios within the private sector, you will be politically astute, capable of independent judgement and collaborative decision making. You will have the credibility, integrity and expertise necessary to operate as part of a high-profile committee, bringing external perspectives and insight and maintaining the highest standards of conduct and ethics

The Committee meets up to four times a year in March, July and November (an additional meeting is arranged in September if necessary). The appointments are unremunerated, carry a three-year term and are to commence from mid-2024. 

For more information and to apply, please click Apply, or for an informal discussion about the role, please contact Matt Malone of GatenbySanderson at

Closing date: 5pm on Monday 3rd June

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