HMRC Professional Standards Committee – Independent Advisors x 4
|Appointing Department:||HM Revenue & Customs|
|Sector:||Charity & Public Sector|
|Number of Vacancies:||4|
|Remuneration:||£3,000 per annum|
|Time Requirements:||This is a non-executive position and the length of term is 2 years.|
This is not a ministerial appointment.
Closed for Applications
Final Interview Date
As an Independent Advisor you will play an important role in safeguarding the administration of the tax system and will support good practice in HMRC’s use of its powers and safeguards. You will provide sound judgement, drawing on your professional and expert experience to enrich the deliberations of the Committee and strengthen the advice it provides.
You can expect to provide input and advice on a broad collection of areas, ranging from the impact of modernising the tax system on vulnerable groups, the sharing of, and use of, customer data, the implementation of government policy and customer safeguards through to HMRC’s use of its powers. For example, the Committee might consider issues such as the use of voice biometrics to support better customer services, the consequences of HMRC going paperless for particular groups of customers, or how to improve the experience for particular customer groups where trust has broken down.
You will be an expert in your field and provide specialist knowledge – drawing on your expertise to support the Committee in its work, and ultimately in shaping HMRC by providing recommendations to existing governance and decision-making bodies.
HMRC will include the details of the Independent Advisors and the work of the Committee in our annual report.
We are looking for individuals who have expert knowledge or experience in one or more of the following:
- ethical considerations in organisational use of data and technology
- handling difficult moral issues that impact the public or third sector
- challenging organisational practices and principles in large corporate environments with a substantial customer base
- building and maintaining high levels of trust in regulated industries or enforcement environments
- the design and implementation of safeguards in organisations with enforcement powers
- overseeing an organisation’s corporate responsibility strategy to progress and deliver socially responsible objectives
Candidates must be able to make a personal contribution to the work of the Committee and will need to demonstrate:
- professional expertise and experience in ethical thinking and decision-making which support and improve standards and organisational outcomes
- the ability to analyse information and exercise judgement across a broad spectrum of policy and high-level human rights issues
proven experience in building relationships, influencing decision-making and offering appropriate challenge at senior organisational levels.
How to Apply
The recruitment process is being undertaken by Nurole on behalf of HMRC. Please refer to the candidate pack for full details.
(Please quote “HMRC2020” when requesting membership so Nurole can automatically invite you to join as a member and apply for the role)
|Candidate Pack - HMRC Professional Standards Committee - Independent Advisor|
This post is NOT regulated by The Commissioner for Public Appointments.