Maps seeks new chair to lead board

Will work with DWP and Treasury

Holly Roach
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The Money and Pensions Service (Maps) is seeking a new candidate to chair its board.

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) body said it wants a chair with "exceptional communication and leadership skills" that will be able to "demonstrate alignment with Maps' broad social purpose, and a clear and demonstrable commitment to ensuring that senior strategic support and guidance is available to those functional areas operating within Maps' remit". The role requires three days' work per week and remuneration for the role begins at £80,000. The successful chair will work with both the DWP and HM Treasury ministers and officials and responsibilities will include taking p...

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