Independent Chair – Inter-Departmental Working Group

Mother and Baby Homes/Magdalene Laundries and Historical Clerical Child Abuse

The Department of Health and The Executive Office invite applications for the appointment of an Independent Chair to the Inter-Departmental Working Group (IDWG) set up to consider historic Mother and Baby Homes / Magdalene Laundries and historical clerical abuse of children which fell outside the terms of reference of the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry.  Continue reading

Voluntary Board Members wanted…

The Institute for Conflict Research is an independent, specialist, non profit organisation specialising in issues relating to conflict, human rights, social transformation and social justice.

What We’re Looking For

The board of the Institute for Conflict Research (ICR) are seeking to recruit up to 3 board members to help develop and grow the organisation to meet it’s strategic goals and objectives. The organisation has commissioned and will be beginning an independent review of the organisation and would like to take the opportunity to also develop its board alongside this review.

Currently the organisation has a total of 5 trustees which comprises a chairperson, secretary, treasurer and 2 trustees. We are looking to further expand on our board to future proof the organisation and bring in valuable experience and knowledge that would help the organisation deliver on its key objectives.

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Independent Board Members wanted….

Belfast City Centre Management Ltd are on the search for new Independent Board Members to assist in pursuing a new strategic direction for the Company

BCCM is the organisation behind improving business life, public spaces and the safety of Belfast city centre. Established in 2000 as a partnership between the public and private sectors, it has historically been funded by Belfast City Council, the Department for Communities and the private sector. Continue reading

National Trust on the search for Board Members

Playing our Part

Regional Advisory Board Members – Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland’s leading conservation charity the National Trust is seeking to recruit to its Northern Ireland Regional Advisory Board.

The Regional Advisory Board is a group of volunteers of all ages and from all walks of life which advises and supports the Trust’s management team in Northern Ireland across a full range of conservation and business activities. Continue reading

Chair and Members sought for Historic Buildings Council

The Department for Communities invites applications for the appointment of a Chair and 7 Members to HBC.

The role of the Council is to provide independent advice to the Department on the listing of buildings, the general state of listed buildings and other matters related to their preservation. This is an opportunity for individuals to make a significant contribution to Northern Ireland’s historic environment.

Applications are welcome from a wide range of people who have an interest in public service, including those with experiences such as community involvement or charitable and voluntary work. We would particularly welcome applications from women, people with a disability, young people and people from minority ethnic groups for these positions. A Guaranteed Interview Scheme is in place for those applicants with a disability.

Further information on the competition including the criteria for the positions can be found in the Candidate Information Booklet.

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Treasurer wanted at Athletics NI

The Treasurer will play a key role in ensuring the financial health and management of the organisation. The post holder will be required to have an aptitude for finance and relevant supporting qualifications and experience, particularly within Athletics.

The Treasurer will need to work within the Board structure to help ensure that Athletics NI is managed and controlled appropriately; to ensure it is accountable to its legitimate interest groups and stakeholders and to ensure that it maintains the highest level of governance and accountability.  Continue reading