Reference Number: 7843aa
About The Role:
MARS Bioimaging (MBI) is well poised for expansion after 10 years of research and 5 years focussed on the manufacture of the world’s first commercial pre-clinical mobile wrist scanners. As winners of the Supreme Champion Canterbury Award 2017, MBI is a fast-growing technology company, moving from a research-led environment to a commercially focussed manufacturing environment.
As part of its succession planning for the Board MBI is seeking to further strengthen its governance. MBI currently has three directors (including one independent director). The board wishes to appoint an independent chair to enhance diversity of thought and provide commercial input around future growth opportunities, ensuring MBI achieves its strategic and commercial objectives. The following specific experience is sought:
The board meets ten times a year in Christchurch. This is a well remunerated appointment.
MBI is committed to encouraging diversity and inclusivity within the technology sector. If you are an experienced chair and committed to the future of one of New Zealand's most exciting medical global innovators, we would like to hear from you.
About the Company:
MARS Bioimaging is a Christchurch-based medical imaging device innovator, founded in 2007 by world renowned mathematical medical physicist Prof. Phil Butler and highly acclaimed radiologist Prof. Anthony Butler. MBI brings together an interdisciplinary R&D team of physicists, radiologists, engineers, computer scientists, orthopaedic and other surgeons, mathematicians, biologists, and cancer researchers. MBI has established itself as the world’s leading research and development group in spectral x-ray CT imaging and has been delivering the world’s first commercial pre-clinical photon-counting spectral CT imaging systems.
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