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LCC owns and operates six crematoria in the south of England, including the oldest and one of the newest in the country. Although unquoted, its shares are owned by a broad range of about 200 shareholders, with the Cremation Society of Great Britain, a charity, holding a controlling interest. Turnover is about £7 million. LCC’s head office is at Golders Green, north west London and the majority of board meetings are in central London. There are usually five formal board meetings a year with additional ad hoc meetings arranged from time to time as necessary.
The successful candidate will specifically bring financial expertise and is likely to have a leading accounting qualification. He/ she will join an existing team of non-executive directors with a variety of skills.
The new non-executive director will make a creative contribution to the board by providing independent oversight and constructive challenge to the managing director and executive finance team. He/ she will be involved with corporate governance, policy making and planning.
In addition to the usual responsibilities of a non-executive director, the successful candidate will be available to the chairman and executive team for general and financial advice as necessary. The new non-executive will represent the board in discussions with the auditors on matters arising from the audit and serve as secretary to the remuneration committee.