Joint Independent Audit Committee Vacancies
South Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are seeking to appoint two new members to their already established Joint Independent Audit Committee (JIAC).
JIAC is a non-executive function of the organisations. Its main purpose is to provide independent assurance about the adequacy and effectiveness of the governance, risk, data quality, internal control and financial management arrangements of those organisations.
The successful applicants will have personal qualities of integrity and credibility as well as a passion in helping keep South Yorkshire a safe place to live, learn and work.
To complement the skills of our existing members we particularly welcome applications from those with skills, experience and a good understanding in at least one of the following areas:
- Principles of good governance, including risk management and decision making.
- Main areas of fraud risk to which the organisations are exposed.
- Treasury Management
Committee terms / participation
Members must reside or work in South Yorkshire and be independent of both the Force and the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Members will be appointed for a period of one 3-year term, and be eligible for re-appointment for one additional term.
The Committee will, under normal circumstances, meet at least 5 times per year. Meetings are scheduled to coincide with the key responsibilities and functions of the Committee. Members will be expected to carry out other duties in connection with their role including, but not limited to, reading reports, being available for advice, or asked to input into project groups.
This role attracts an allowance and all reasonable expenses incurred will be reimbursed.
For further information please take a look at the Recruitment pack here. Alternatively you can call the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire and ask for the Business Manager on Tel: 0114 296 4137 or email: email@example.com