Member of Boundary Commission for Northern IrelandClosed
|Body:||Boundary Commission for Northern Ireland|
|Appointing Department:||Northern Ireland Office|
|Sectors:||Business, Finance & Skills, Charity & Public Sector, Regulation|
|Skills required:||Change Management, Legal / Judicial, Regulation, Transformation|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Remuneration:||The position attracts a daily remuneration of £505.50; or a half day of £252.75|
|Time Requirements:||The post is part-time. When a review is underway the Commission will usually meet every 4-6 weeks. Each meeting may require up to 1-2 days of a member’s time. In between reviews there will be a lesser commitment.|
Closed for Applications
Final Interview Date
A position of member will become vacant with the Boundary Commission for Northern Ireland in June 2019.
Members of the Commission need to work together to balance statistical, demographic, and sociological factors within the framework set out by statute.
The Commission works in an environment in which political pressures are significant, so it is therefore vital that Commission members must be, and seen to be politically impartial in the fulfilment of their duties.
The member role is a challenging but rewarding opportunity. It calls for someone with good judgement, resilience and sensitivity.
An outstanding individual is sought to become a member of the Boundary Commission for Northern Ireland:
- someone who has the ability to make reasoned judgements when conflicts arise;
- good knowledge and appreciation of the work of the Commission and the statutory constraints within which it must work;
- proven ability to communicate effectively; and
- an understanding of how to be an effective board member.
Commissioners should not have any party political affiliations which could be seen to affect their judgement and balance.
|BCNI - Member Application - Diversity form 2019|
|BCNI - Member Application form 2019|
|BCNI - Member Application - Candidate Information Booklet 2019|
|Guaranteed Interview Scheme Form|