Closing date Monday 18th February 2019
Closing date Monday 18th February 2019
Ardmonagh Family and Community Group Limited (AFCG) is a community based Health & Social Care charity with a mission statement which defines the overall purpose as:
“Enhance the quality of life for the residents of Belfast through the provision of relevant, accessible, affordable and well managed supported family and childcare services.”
We are seeking to appoint additional, high quality members to the Board of the organisation. Do you have expertise and ability in H.R./legal and/or Social Work? If so, we’d like to hear from you. Continue reading
Internal Audit is viewed as integral in enhancing accountability and general corporate performance in the public sector and has evolved to take a more comprehensive view of public sector performance. In this environment Audit & Risk Assurance Committees play a pivotal role in enhancing corporate governance in the public sector in general, and the Northern Ireland Housing Executive specifically, by providing an independent oversight over our governance, including our systems of internal controls.
Ireland’s regional body for shared ownership and a specialist registered housing association which has been operating successfully for over 38 years right at the leading edge of affordable housing policy. The organisation manages a stock of more than 8,000 properties and is currently committed to purchasing some £250m in property on behalf of at least 2,100 additional households before 2019. To support this activity they are seeking to maximise private sector funding to supplement and deliver greatest value from our government funding.
We are looking to co-opt non-executive Board members with independence of mind, strong communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to assimilate complex information and provide constructive challenge and fresh thinking.
To build a diverse team we are particularly interested in inviting applications from individuals with professional/technical skills and/or experience in at least one of the following areas:
Our Board meets approximately 7 times a year. The Board delegates certain responsibilities to its 2 committees. Committee meetings are held quarterly and Board Members usually also serve on one committee.
Request an application pack through our website
Packs can be made available in other formats and candidates who require assistance will be facilitated on request.
Closing date is 31st July 2017
Abbeyfield & Wesley is a charity and housing association providing a range of housing and support for older people, including sheltered schemes, supported housing and residential dementia care.
The Abbeyfield movement is celebrating its 60th anniversary and the original ethos is still as relevant today as it was in 1956:
There are three vacancies for voluntary board members. Whilst we are particularly looking for those with knowledge of finance, residential care and the needs of older people, we would also welcome applications from people with knowledge of PR and social media.
This is an exciting time for Abbeyfield & Wesley as we review our provision to ensure that we continue to meet the needs of the growing older population and are already in the process of expanding dementia services.
If you would like further information, role description and Expression of Interest Form please email email@example.com.
Abbeyfield & Wesley, 2 Wesley Court, Carrickfergus, BT38 8HS
Tel : 028 9336 3558 Inland Revenue Registered Charity Number – XN60438
‘Leading Change, Managing Growth, Delivering Excellence’
Reference Number AHB0/08/16
Ark Housing is a Registered Housing Association providing housing solutions for a range of people throughout Northern Ireland. We currently employ 40+ staff in various functions including property development, finance, management and maintenance, and also provide temporary accommodation and support services for families.
With the ongoing roll out of the Department’s Social Housing Reform Programme (SHRP), this is an exciting time to be part of the fundamental changes that will improve the delivery of social housing in Northern Ireland and which will impact on the services we provide to tenants. Board members play a vital role in meeting the challenges of governance and leadership in the Association and will have opportunities to network and influence the development of housing policy and strategy in Northern Ireland. Continue reading