The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland invites applications for appointment to the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission. A number of Commissioner positions, will become vacant in September 2017 when the terms of office of the current members expire. Membership of the NIHRC is a challenging and rewarding opportunity
All Commissioners will be expected to:
- Ensure the Commission fulfils its functions in accordance with its statutory remit as defined in legislation.
- Act in a way that promotes high standards of public finance, including the promotion of regularity, propriety and value for money;
- Ensure that the Commission’s activities are conducted in an efficient and effective manner.
- Ensure that strategies are developed for meeting the Commission’s overall objectives in accordance with Government’s policies and priorities and the wider context.
- Monitor the Commission’s performance to ensure that it fully meets its aims, objectives and performance targets.
- Ensure that the Commission’s control, regulation and monitoring of its activities ensure value for money within a framework of best practice, regularity and propriety.
- Appoint the Director should this vacancy arise and ensure that his/her performance is regularly assessed against clear objectives and targets.
- Attend Commission meetings regularly.
- Act as representatives of the Commission as required, e.g. at events, seminars or other functions
Women’s Aid Federation Board Northern Ireland is seeking to appoint new members to ensure we have the capacity and skills to oversee the next phase of our work; we are seeking members with a broad range of skills and are particularly interested in individuals with experience of policy and/or lobbying, finance/accountancy, marketing and work at senior/board level in the third sector. The roles are unpaid voluntary positions. Reasonable expenses are paid.
We ask that Board members are able to attend board meetings, and participate in the life of the organisation between board meetings, advising the staff team and acting in an ambassadorial role for the organisation. Board meetings are currently held each month ( excluding January & July) in Belfast on a Saturday morning. Positions are advertised for a period of 3 years (term may be renewed). Continue reading
Change Lives One Meeting at a Time!
Nexus NI is a voluntary organisation with impact, committed to supporting those who have been affected by sexual violence, promoting sexual health and education and supporting professionals through training. We have more than 30 years’ experience in our field and our services are delivered across Northern Ireland.
We have a voluntary Board of Directors who have two main roles; Supporting and scrutinising the CEO on the basis of the Good Corporate Governance and assisting in the formulating of strategy to achieve Nexus NI’s objectives.
We are looking for people who have expertise / experience in:
- Counselling / Psychotherapy
- PR / Marketing Communications
- Accountancy/ Finance
- Property/Estate Management
- Digital Media
Individuals are asked to commit the time necessary to responsibly fulfill their commitment to Nexus NI. The board meetings occur bi-monthly, with some committee meetings across the year.
As a board member of Nexus NI you have the opportunity to do the following:
- Help to steer the strategic direction of a charity with over 30 years’ experience within its field
- Avail of personal and professional development opportunities during your tenure
- Develop within the board into office bearer roles
- Have an impact in the lives of those who have been affected by sexual violence
- Opportunity to develop further professional networks
This is a voluntary position and the initial appointment would be for a period of 3 years. If you would be interested in learning more about these opportunities please view our website at www.nexusni.org or contact our Chief Executive Cara on email@example.com
Closing date for applications Monday 23rd January 2017 at 12noon.