Remuneration Committee

Composition and membership

Composition and membership 2021/22

2021/22

PositionMember
Senior Pro-Chancellor (Chair) Christine Hodgson CBE
Pro Vice-Chancellor Jennifer Maxwell-Harris
(Chair of Remuneration Committee while VC pay is being reviewed)
Two lay members of Council John Sinnott, Tony Williams
Secretary Anne Lamb, Director of HR Services

At least three members must be present for meetings to be quorate.

The chair may invite the Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor to attend to share information related to the remuneration of senior staff who report through them, although they will not be present for the final decisions. The Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor will never be asked to attend for any discussion or decision of their own remuneration.

The Committee may decide to invite appropriate remuneration specialists to offer guidance and advice on particular issues, e.g. pension changes and tax implications.

Composition and membership 2020/21

2020/21

PositionMember
Senior Pro-Chancellor (Chair) Sir Peter Bonfield to 31/12/2020

Christine Hodgson CBE from 01/01/2021

Pro Vice-Chancellor Alan Hughes
(Chair of Remuneration Committee while VC pay is being reviewed)
Two lay members of Council Jane Tabor, Tony Williams
Secretary Adèle MacKinlay, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development

At least three members must be present for meetings to be quorate.

The chair may invite the Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor to attend to share information related to the remuneration of senior staff who report through them, although they will not be present for the final decisions. The Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor will never be asked to attend for any discussion or decision of their own remuneration.

The Committee may decide to invite appropriate remuneration specialists to offer guidance and advice on particular issues, e.g. pension changes and tax implications.

Composition and membership 2019/20

2019/20

PositionMember
Senior Pro-Chancellor (Chair) Sir Peter Bonfield
Honorary Treasurer Alan Hughes
(Chair of Remuneration Committee while VC pay is being reviewed)
Two lay members of Council Jane Tabor, Tony Williams
Secretary Adèle MacKinlay, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development

At least three members must be present for meetings to be quorate.

The chair may invite the Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor to attend to share information related to the remuneration of senior staff who report through them, although they will not be present for the final decisions. The Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor will never be asked to attend for any discussion or decision of their own remuneration.

The Committee may decide to invite appropriate remuneration specialists to offer guidance and advice on particular issues, e.g. pension changes and tax implications.

Composition and membership 2018/19

 2018/19

PositionMember
Senior Pro-Chancellor (Chair) Sir Peter Bonfield
Honorary Treasurer Alan Hughes
(Chair of Remuneration Committee while VC pay is being reviewed)
Two lay members of Council Jane Tabor, Tony Williams
Secretary Adèle MacKinlay, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development

At least three members must be present for meetings to be quorate.

The chair may invite the Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor to attend to share information related to the remuneration of senior staff who report through them, although they will not be present for the final decisions. The Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor will never be asked to attend for any discussion or decision of their own remuneration.

The Committee may decide to invite appropriate remuneration specialists to offer guidance and advice on particular issues, e.g. pension changes and tax implications.

Composition and membership 2017/18

2017/18

PositionMember
Senior Pro-Chancellor (Chair) Sir Peter Bonfield
Honorary Treasurer Alan Hughes
Two lay members of Council Jane Tabor, Jean Tomlin
Secretary Rob Allan

At least three members must be present for meetings to be quorate.

The chair may invite the Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor to attend to share information related to the remuneration of senior staff who report through them, although they will not be present for the final decisions. The Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor will never be asked to attend for any discussion or decision of their own remuneration.