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Are you looking for an interesting regulatory position where you can make a significant difference in terms of social impact? Have you gained expertise in the business world, in the public domain or the non-profit sector? Do you want to ‘give back’ to society using your knowledge and expertise? We are happy to act as an intermediary for a position as chair or member of a supervisory board.




Meaningful positions in the non -profit sector

DUX has been mediating executive and regulatory roles in the non-profit sector for over 20 years. We deal with highly skilled and motivated individuals who believe in making a meaningful difference in this sector. We have a wide range of regulatory roles at (international) NGOscharities , foundations, arts and culture institutes and funds. We are renowned for our personal approach, which is one of our key strengths.

The regulator of the future

The non-profit sector is changing fast, along with the rest of the world.  As they adapt to change, Arts and cultural organizations, NGOs and charities have to contend with important factors such as diversity and inclusivity in policymaking, the composition of the organization itself, and in its choice of regulators. Digitization, sustainability, good governance and transparency are also crucial elements that need reviewing in times of change. At the same time, society has become more sceptical and often distrustful of publicly funded institutions.

The regulator of the future will be expected to be capable of competing in this environment.  He or she will need to be dependable, knowledgeable, have a proven track record of success, as well as being perceptive and sensitive to current societal issues. In addition, any regulator will typically need to possess a thorough understanding of the dynamics at play within the public sector. Our clients believe in good governance and seek passionate and committed regulators.

Your competences

The job of regulator is substantial and comes with great responsibility. It is far more than just a side job. You share your expertise and knowledge with civil society organizations. You supervise the management, the board, provide solicited and unsolicited advice and also act as employer for the management board.

You are a strong networker, trustworthy, take responsibility for your actions, and keep abreast of relevant issues within in your sector by listening to stakeholders and the general public.  An understanding of the most recent digital innovations is an additional advantage, given the speed of operational developments. You also have excellent analytical abilities and are able to be self-reliant and impartial. An organization is strengthened by a supervisory board that is diverse in terms of both gender and background. We therefore encourage people from various ethnic or gender backgrounds to respond.

Our approach

DUX offers you genuine, personal attention. Using our people skills and our large network of contacts, we carefully consider what best suits you and the client. Our primary objective is to find the position that is best for you. Throughout the entire process, we work alongside you to guide and advise. We manage your personal details and document information diligently and appropriately.



We are always looking for experienced candidates to add to our network. Are you looking for a challenging regulatory position within the non-profit sector? Send us your CV with a summary of your work experience and tell us which organizations or sectors interest you the most. We like to get to know you personally and to discover a position that accurately matches your profile and aspirations.

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Successful placement

Karin van Gilst, chair of the Supervisory Board

Rialto Film

“DUX has a huge network in the cultural sector and the media world. And knows how to make connections in a very pleasant, personal way.”

I once told senior consultant Jitteke Runia about my passion for film and she made the link with this role.

”The intake interviews went well on all fronts, there was a real click and a sense of added value. The process went really smoothly. Rialto is happy and I’m happy.”

Read the detailed testimony from Karin here.

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Source: Rialto