Chairperson and Board Members wanted..

The Department of Justice is seeking to appoint a new Chairperson and three Board members to the Police Rehabilitation and Retraining Trust (PRRT). 

The PRRT is an Executive Non-Departmental Public Body of the Department of Justice which supports police officers planning to retire from service, or those who have already retired from the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) or the Royal Ulster Constabulary GC (RUC GC).  The appointments will begin in April 2019, for a term of four years, for the Chairperson and one Board member and a term of three years for the other two Board members.  Both positions are required to perform a representative role on behalf of the PRRT at a variety of events.    Continue reading

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

Independent Board Members sought

The Department of Justice is seeking to appoint nine members to the Northern Ireland Policing Board.

Details

  • remuneration: £15,000 a year
  • period of appointment: three independent members will be appointed in July 2018 for a three-year term, and six independent members in July 2019 (of those six, three will be appointed for three years and three for four years)
  • time commitment: a minimum of four days a month board business and will be required to perform a representative role on behalf of the board at a variety of events
  • appointment regulated by CPA NI
  • closing date: 12 noon on Thursday 3 May 2018

How to apply

You can find out more, including how to apply, at this link:

 

Board Members wanted at Victim Support NI

Victim Support NI is a voluntary organisation which helps people affected by crime. It provides a free and confidential service and each year, Victim Support NI offers help to over 55,000 people who have been affected by crime. The organisation offers practical and emotional support through its Community service for those trying to deal with being a victim of crime, while the Witness Service takes witnesses, victims and their families through the court procedure when involved in a criminal trial.    Continue reading