HUST has this afternoon launched a recruitment campaign for nominated directors to go onto the board of Hereford FC.

Richard Tomkins, the HUST Chairman, says ‘We are looking for three HUST members to fulfil these important roles to assist in delivering the HUST vision for our football club. I’d encourage any HUST member interested in the position to read the recruitment pack and put themselves forward. This is a voluntary role but we plan to ensure our directors are well supported by the HUST Board and wider membership so we can all pull together to drive our club forward’.

HUST Vice-Chair (community), Russell Cheasley, explains ‘We are looking to fill roles that manage the administration, community and volunteer aspects on the club board. These are really important areas for the club to focus on in the next few years of its development’.

HUST Vice-Chair (Governance), Craig Goodall, reports ‘this is the final crucial piece of the HUST Governance Review. From now on all HUST board level and officer roles will be subject to open and transparent appointment processes that involves member consultation. HUST nominated directors will be appointed for three year terms of office and will report regularly to the HUST Board so we can work together to ensure the long term sustainability of the club’.

Tomkins adds ‘a recruitment pack has been uploaded to our website for interested candidates. If anyone would like an informal conversation I’d encourage them to contact me on The application deadline is Friday 23rd February and interviews will take place week beginning 5 March 2018. I look forward to meeting and appointing our directors.’

The HUST Nominated Director Recruitment Pack can be downloaded here

By Editor

Lifelong Hereford supporter who has endured the rise and fall of the club through progressive generations. Sports journalist, broadcaster and commentator who will never forget his Edgar Street roots.

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