In March this year, Mayhew announced that its CEO of 14 years, Caroline Yates, was to step into a new role focused on the charity’s international projects and that Howard Bridges was to join as Interim CEO while plans for the long-term leadership were developed.
Today, the next stage of this process begins and Mayhew is inviting applications from inspiring, motivational and strategic individuals who can support the staff and volunteer team to be there for more dogs, cats and communities over the coming years.
Mayhew’s Chair of the Board of Trustees, Julianne Hicks, said:
“It is a particularly exciting time to be joining Mayhew as we enter a period of ambitious development.”
“We now need to find the right person to lead our organisation and ensure that we deliver our aim to be consistently outstanding in the animal wellbeing sector. There is an exceptional opportunity for our new leader to build on a positive legacy and propel us to even greater success. ”
“If you love animals, are excited by a challenge, think you have what we are looking for and would like to join me and a motivated senior team, led by an engaged and driven Board, I would very much welcome your application.”
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