Non Executive Directors wanted by the Northern Ireland Audit Office

The Northern Ireland Audit office is seeking to appoint three Non Executive Directors  to work closely with the Comptroller & Auditor General and the Chair. Ideally with a range of experience across;

  • HR & Organisational Development
  • Finance and Risk Management
  • Digital Technology strategy,

(one of whom will act as Chair of the Audit and Risk Assurance Committee).  Continue reading

Board Members wanted by NI Screen

The Department for the Economy is seeking to appoint nine new members to the board of NI Screen.

You will need to demonstrate one specialist skill from this list of eight:

  • high-end television and film production
  • television, independent film and animation production
  • game development
  • Irish language, culture and heritage
  • Ulster-Scots language, culture and heritage
  • digital transformation of education
  • financial management
  • film or screen culture

If shortlisted for interview, you will be asked questions on your chosen skill plus two other general skills.   Continue reading

Voluntary Committee Opportunity

We are currently seeking nominations to join our IoD Northern Ireland Committee

The IoD is committed to ensuring we represented a broad and diverse mix from the Northern Ireland business community. We would particularly welcome and encourage applications from IoD members: North West & Newry area; young directors; with an expertise in Brexit or with an expertise in Management & Leadership.   Continue reading

Regional Advisory Board Members (Northern Ireland) wanted by the National Trust

Northern Ireland’s leading conservation charity the National Trust is seeking to recruit a new member to the 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

Board Members wanted by Garvagh Enterprise Trust…

For all those with an entrepreneurial & creative spirit!

Garvagh High School closed in August 2013 which triggered an extensive community conversation on the potential of the 4-acre site nestled in the 600 acre Garvagh Forest; once all part of the Canning Family estate who established Garvagh.

Garvagh Enterprise Trust (GET), a company limited by guarantee, was established in 2015 to explore the regeneration potential of the former Garvagh High School site as a shared innovation hub growing learning, innovation and well-being. Over the last two years we have been exploring the feasibility of a community asset transfer with the support of Development Trusts NI from the Department of Education.   Continue reading