Independent member of the Audit and Risk Committee
The General Chiropractic Council (GCC) wishes to appoint an independent member to its Audit and Risk Committee with effect from 21 June 2019. This follows the retirement of the current independent member. It is an interesting and rewarding role for a qualified finance professional. The role is remunerated and a commitment of 4-6 days per year is expected, including the attendance at three meetings of the Committee held in central London.
The independent member provides the Audit and Risk Committee with specialist accounting, financial, risk management and corporate governance advice to enable it to fulfil its role effectively. As well as this advisory role, the independent member may be asked to become involved in specific issues, applying his or her skills to the identification and development of practical solutions on issues before the Audit and Risk Committee.
The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following knowledge, experience, skills and abilities in their CV and at interview:
- Commitment to GCC’s strategy and values.
- Able to work in a way that demonstrates this commitment and to communicate this enthusiasm to others.
- Able to demonstrate an understanding of the legal duties, liabilities and responsibilities of boards and of the difference between governance functions and management functions. Previous board or committee experience is desirable.
- Holding a CCAB or similar qualification with experience of working in a commercial environment, ideally with knowledge of audit, risk management and corporate governance.
- Ability to work well as part of a diverse team.
- Strong environmental and strategic awareness and ability to identify emerging external factors that may impact on strategy implementation or plans.
- A good communicator with excellent leadership and interpersonal skills, objective and independent and able to challenge supportively.
- An understanding of the context in which GCC works (and a willingness to learn more).
- A commitment to Nolan's seven principles of public life, selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.
- A willingness to adhere to GCC’s governance practices.
- Ability to devote the necessary time to the role.
For more information, please click here to see the application pack (which has more details) or contact the GCC’s Director of Finance, Rui Domingues at [email protected]
To apply for the role then please email [email protected] with the following:
- a personal statement, indicating how your skills and experience match the requirements of the role (2 sides A4 max; min font size 12pt); and
- an up to date copy of your CV including one personal and one professional referee (3 sides A4 max; min font size 12pt)
Alternatively, you can post your application to:
Director of Finance
General Chiropractic Council
186 Kennington Park Road
London, SE11 4BT
The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 31 May 2019 and interviews will be held 18/19 June 2019.