The LINX Board of Directors is responsible for making strategic and policy decisions, steering the overall direction of LINX and for the oversight and good governance of the Company.
Time commitment (approximately 24 days per year)
- Board meetings (typically in London): 8 to 12 days per year
- Subcommittee meetings: 4 x half day meetings per year
- Quarterly LINX member meetings: 4 x two day meetings
- Other ad hoc meetings (induction, appraisals, staff meetings, etc.) and outreach work.
Attendance in person is recommended, but video conferencing facilities are available as it is not always possible for every board member to be in London. In addition, board members interact regularly by e-mail. Board members may also be appointed as directors of LINX’s subsidiaries including LINX’s US-based companies.
Candidates should, where possible, be free from conflicts of interest.
You should ensure that your employer is supportive of your candidature.
Given the time commitments and type of candidates the company seeks to attract, the non-executive director role is remunerated. The remuneration policy can be found here.