The NSC Seeks Independent Directors

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National Shooting Centre Limited (trading subsidiary of the NRA) Seeks Independent Directors

 

The National Shooting Centre Limited (NSC) is the wholly owned trading subsidiary of the NRA. NSC operates trading activities from its base at Bisley Camp in Surrey; the main sources of income come from the operation of rifle and shotgun ranges, sale of ammunition, accommodation, food and beverages.

The NSC board of directors meet quarterly; directors also receive regular email traffic between meetings, which may require response. Directors are unpaid but can be reimbursed for expenses.

The NRA is seeking to recruit at least one Independent director (“Independent” excludes NRA employees / current Trustees / recently retired Trustees). Applicants with marketing and communication, hospitality, or clay pigeon shooting experience will be particularly welcome.

To register your interest of for further details please contact NRA Chairman John Webster chairman@nra.org.uk

The deadline for applications is Friday 22nd November 2019.

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