Non-Executive Director

UK Debt Management Office

London, UK

Application Deadline
£18,000 per annum

Reporting to: Chief Executive Officer

Fees: £18,000 per annum

Team: Senior Management

The DMO is looking for a person with previous relevant financial markets experience at a senior level but who (or whose current employer) is no longer directly active in the DMO’s areas of debt capital markets to join its Advisory Board as a Non-Executive Director. In view of the DMO’s key role in government financing, the need for the highest levels of integrity and impartiality is paramount and the candidate is not expected to represent any specific constituency or stakeholder interest. The Non-Executive Director role is primarily to attend and participate actively in Advisory Board meetings and:

  • Support the Chief Executive and senior team
  • Enhance the range of skills and experience represented on the Board
  • Bring additional experience and judgement to the full array of Board issues;


The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following:

  • The highest levels of personal integrity, standing, authority and credibility
  • Strong strategic, analytical, interpersonal and teamwork skills
  • Influencing and communicating skills, including an ability to develop an effective and constructive relationship with the CEO, other executives, NEC and other NEDs
  • Strong knowledge of UK wholesale financial markets, ideally with a background in this field at a senior leve
  • Experience at a senior management level in a relevant environment

Desirable Criteria

  • Extensive experience in capital markets and/or treasury operations alongside associated risk and control issues
  • Experience of interacting with institutions in the public sector
  • Experience in a non-executive role

Seven principles of public life

Given the nature of public appointments, it is important that those appointed as members of public bodies maintain the confidence of the public. If there are any issues in your personal or professional history that could, if you were appointed, be misconstrued, cause embarrassment, or cause public confidence in the appointment to be jeopardised, it is important that you bring them to the attention of the Assessment Panel and provide details of the issue/s in your covering letter. In considering whether you wish to declare any issues, you should also reflect on any public statements you have made, including through social media. The panel may explore any issues with you before they make a recommendation on the appointment. Failure to disclose such information could result in an appointment either not being made or being terminated.

More information on the Seven Principles of Public Life can be found here

Application deadline 20 December 2022

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