Directors sought to steer port authority

New chairman Stuart Condie and, below, retiring chairman James May
New chairman Stuart Condie and, below, retiring chairman James May

SHOREHAM Port is looking for non-executive directors to join the authority’s board.

Candidates will need relevant senior and executive level experience and current knowledge in operations, commercial, infrastructure, asset management and development, property, or environment.

Shoreham Port bids farewell to three of its long-standing board members

Shoreham Port bids farewell to three of its long-standing board members

They will also be expected to demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and a familiarity with local and regional issues is desirable.

Chief executive Rodney Lunn said: “The port is set to see considerable development over the next five years and I look forward to welcoming our new board members to the team to help steer the direction of the port.”

High-calibre candidates are sought to join the board in January next year.

The appointments will be initially for three years, with a time commitment of about 15 days each year.

Download an application form from www.shoreham-port.co.uk/jobs or contact Nicky Goldsbrough by email at ngoldsbrough@shoreham-port.co.uk for more information.

Wednesday is the closing date for applications, with the interviews due to be held in the week beginning October 20.

As new members join the board, Shoreham bids farewell to three of its long-standing board members.

Mr May, Fiona Morris and Rachael Henderson will all be leaving Shoreham Port when their term comes to an end in December.

Chairman James May said: “I have seen the port develop and diversify significantly over my nine-year appointment.

“I will be handing my position as chairman on to Stuart Condie and I have every confidence that Stuart will continue to develop the port’s strategic agenda and keep Shoreham Port at the forefront of the local economy.”