Non-Magistrate members of the Cumbria & Lancashire Advisory CommitteeClosed
|Body:||Cumbria & Lancashire Advisory Committee|
|Appointing Department:||Ministry of Justice|
|Number of Vacancies:||4|
|Remuneration:||Unpaid – Such roles are voluntary although travel and subsistence may be claimed.|
|Time Requirements:||Travel may be required to assist other Advisory Committees.|
Closed for Applications
31/08/2020 at 00:00
Final Interview Date
The Advisory Committees for Magistrates’ Courts deal with the recruitment and recommendation for appointment of Magistrates within their areas.
The Advisory Committee consists of twenty-seven members: up to two thirds are Magistrates (18) with at least one third being non-Magistrate members (9).
The Cumbria & Lancashire Advisory Committee are currently recruiting Magistrate and non-Magistrate members.
Experience of the following is desirable, but not essential:
• Interviewing candidates in an employment context or for other public appointments/voluntary roles.
• Working with disciplinary/investigatory procedures.
Successful candidates will have good interpersonal skills and good judgement of character and will possess the ability to interview candidates for the Magistracy.
· All applicants must complete a standard application form.
· References will be sought for non-magistrate applicants.
· Advisory Committee Members conduct all interviews.
· The Panel will make its recommendations directly to the Lord Chancellor.
· Members of the Advisory Committees will normally be appointed for a nine-year term of office.
· Members are not normally appointed for a period that would extend beyond their 70th birthday.
Applicants must have time available to attend two committee meetings a year and be available to undertake a minimum of eight days of interviews per year.
New Committee Members are required to participate in mandatory training, which is currently two days. Details will be provided following appointment.
|Appendix 1B Part 2 (Application Form)|
|appendix 1d - OCPA-July-2018-Monitoring-Form|