INVESTMENT COMMITTEE ADVISORS
The Dunhill Medical Trust is an independently endowed charity which not only funds some of the very best of the UK’s academic and clinical research into understanding the mechanisms of ageing and treating age-related diseases and frailty; but also supports some community-based organisations with impactful and innovative ideas to enhance the lives of those who need extra support in later life.
The Board of the Trust has three Committees reporting to it, of which the Investment Committee is one. The Trustees are now seeking two new Investment Committee members to help and advise the Trustees and staff in their endeavours.
We particularly welcome applications from candidates with a professional background in one or more of the following areas:
- as an investment practitioner;
- developing investment strategies and policies appropriate to charities; (particularly endowed charities), including asset allocation;
- appointment of investment managers and the administrative aspects of relationships with investment managers;
- monitoring and assessing the performance of investment managers;
- the environmental, social and governance aspects of investment.
Applications are invited from across the UK and committee meetings are held quarterly in central London (the time commitment is around 4-6 days per year).
Although the role is unpaid, reasonable expenses will be reimbursed.
This is a great opportunity for current practitioners to contribute to their continuing professional development in a small, friendly and well-governed organisation which is playing a significant role in improving the health and well-being of an ageing society.
Find out more and how to apply.
Closing date: 1st November, 2019 at noon.
The Dunhill Medical Trust is a company limited by guarantee. Registered in England: company number 07472301; charity number 1140372 Registered office: 5th Floor, 6 New Bridge Street, London EC4V 6AB. The Dunhill Medical Trust has no connection with the tobacco industry as defined by the Joint Protocol of Cancer Research and Universities UK on Tobacco Industry Funding to Universities (2004) with which it complies fully. Read more about our history.