Huntingdonshire CAB looking for new chief executive

(l-r)Departing CEO of Rural Cambs CAB Beverley Howard alongside Chairman Peter Arch, Deputy Mayor B

(l-r)Departing CEO of Rural Cambs CAB Beverley Howard alongside Chairman Peter Arch, Deputy Mayor Bill Hensley, MP Jonathan Djanogly, Sarah Bellow of CAB, and Executive Leader of HDC Jason Ablewhite at the opening of Rural Cambs CAB at Huntingdon Town Hall. - Credit: Archant

THE Citizens Advice Bureau is looking for a new chief executive for its Huntingdonshire branches.

Trustees of Rural Cambs CAB are recruiting for a replacement for Beverley Howard, who has fulfilled the role for 10 years, managing the teams giving advice and information to people with money, legal and other problems.

Mrs Howard, who has decided to step down for family reasons, said: “It’s a busy job and needs someone who can be full-time.

“Hopefully we will get a good successor who can move the bureau on to the next stage.”

The post is being advertised with a salary of between £36,000 and £41,000 and involves overseeing the CAB’s staff and volunteers in Huntingdon, St Neots, Ely and Wisbech.


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Trustees want someone with a passion for serving the community and an understanding of the challenges faced by the voluntary sector.

Mrs Howard, who finishes at the end of September, said the successful applicant would also play a vital role in helping to establish a new contact centre in Huntingdon.

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Known as Right Advice, Right Time, the project will see the CAB working with Luminus Group, Disability Cambridgeshire, Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum (CHESS), Papworth Trust and Huntingdonshire District Council.

Led by the CAB, the organisations are planning to set up a one-stop shop for people seeking advice on a range of matters, making the best use of shared resources such as volunteers, premises and IT.

INFORMATION: For more details, send an email to admin@ruralcambscab.org.uk, call 01353 661964 or visit the website www.ruralcambscab.org.uk

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