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CalMac is inviting applications from residents of the rural communities covered by the Clyde and Hebrides Ferry Services (CHFS) contract to form a Community Board which will have the primary purpose of being a voice of the communities on strategic issues. The Board will comprise 12 members plus an independent, paid, chairperson. It will be separate from the CalMac Board and CalMac will not be represented on the Board. Membership will be for 12 months in the first instance while the Board is set up, with the expectation that after that membership will be for 24 months, with the option of an extension. The Board will meet twice a year with travel and reasonable out of pocket expenses reimbursed.

The first Board meeting is proposed to take place in early October 2017. For details of the Board’s full terms of reference and an application form, please visit:

www.calmac.co.uk/careers/community-board

 

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