Executive Director, Private Secretary to the Lord Mayor

Location
London (Greater)
Salary
Competitve
Posted
17 Dec 2020
Closes
15 Jan 2021
Job role
Director
Contract Type
Full time

Combining a unique pedigree with global reach and stature, the City of London Corporation is an organisation like no other. As the governing body of the Square Mile, one of the world’s greatest international business hubs, we have major impact, not just within London or the UK, but globally. By strengthening the connections, capacity and ambition of the City, we not only benefit the people who live, work and visit here, but we also contribute to London and the UK’s economy, society and environment.

The City and its place in the UK and the world is changing in unprecedented times. Now, a major programme of transformation has been set in motion to support pace, enterprise, agility and inclusivity for our diverse clients in the years ahead. Our new Target Operating Model marks an unprecedented moment of cultural change for the City of London Corporation and its ambitions ahead.

These world class ambitions require world class leadership.

We’re looking for exceptionally talented individuals who will embody the change and transformation and will be exemplars at this historic time for the City of London Corporation, leaving a lasting legacy for a centuries-old organisation and the City it serves.

The City of London Corporation aspires to be a leader in diversity, equality and inclusion. We are committed to building and supporting a strong, sustainable and cohesive society in the capital and beyond, and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Executive Director, Private Secretary to the Lord Mayor

This role will act as the chief political adviser to the Lord Mayor. Its purpose at the heart of the square mile will be to  uphold and develop the role and responsibilities of the Lord Mayor of the City of London in the promotion of the City of London Corporation’s policies, programmes and strategic aims through a combination of visits, meetings, speeches, statements, appearances and hospitality. Developing and maintaining close links with all key partners and stakeholders including the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, the Department for International Trade, the Royal Households, City Police, the Livery, international bodies and financial interests will be key part of this important role.

For a confidential conversation please contact our retained recruitment advisors at the McLean Partnership – Jonathan Swain on 07733 304094 or Rebecca Rampat on 07957 730837.