The governing Board consists of 29 unpaid members and includes both elected and nominated members.
Eleven of the members are elected directly by the electorate in the parishes and wards that pay the precept. 17 are nominated by local authorities and one is nominated by the Church Commissioners
The Board meets at least four times a year, to consider the reports presented by its committees and officers, to set policies and strategic aims of the organisation and to address questions from the public.
All the Board and Committee meetings are open to the public, except where litigation or financially sensitive matters are involved. If you wish to ask a question of the Board please send this in writing to arrive at the office no later than 12 noon on the Tuesday prior to the Board Meeting.
Upcoming Board meetings
Board member profiles
Governance Handbook (PDF 8MB)
Board member attendance records (PDF)
The Board employs a team of staff under the management of the Chief Executive Officer and they undertake the day to day practical work. Staff are divided into four main teams - Administration, Conservation, Field Staff and the Wardens.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our team as a warden. We’re looking for someone to help care for this iconic landscape and help manage the hundreds of thousands of visitors to the Malvern Hills and Commons. We are recruiting a warden to undertake a range of regular patrol duties and practical tasks across the Malvern Hills and Commons landscape. The post involves a wide range of tasks including wardening and patrol, public engagement, volunteer leadership and practical conservation work.
Find out more about the main activities in the job description below.
Warden job description and person specification
Warden application form (word doc)
Warden application form (PDF)
Closing date for applications is 12 noon Monday 9th August.
Interviews to be held during the week of the 16th August.