Public Policy Board Member Opportunity Now Closed - Board Member Successfully Appointed
Voluntary with expenses
Co-Ownership are looking for an exceptional individual with experience of the public policy environment, who is willing to dedicate time and energy to our organisation, and share our passion to make the changes we want to see in homeownership by assisting those we serve.
Co-Ownership requires someone with experience of public affairs and have a demonstrable track record of shaping and influencing public policy from either within or without government in Northern Ireland. You will have an appreciation of the difference in strategic drivers between private, public and third sectors, and the implications this has for Co-Ownership as a professionally run, commercially-minded, not-for-profit organisation.
Skills and Competencies.
A strategic thinker, you will contribute your assessment of where the opportunities and challenges exist for Co-Ownership to influence public policy, and how to exploit these with a view to benefiting the organisation’s customers and fulfilling Co-Ownerships charitable objectives.
Your excellent stakeholder management and interpersonal skills will allow you to perform the challenge function needed for a healthy board, and to lend support to your board colleagues and the executive team when needed.
This is not an exhaustive list and if there are other skills and qualities that you feel relevant that would add value to the Co-Ownership board, we encourage you to make an application.
Minimum Candidate Requirements
Experience in Public Affairs, an understanding of the internal workings of governmental policy development and actively participating in discussions and decision making at board level.
We are inviting people from across all sectors who have the relevant skills and who connect with the mission and values of Co-Ownership to submit their CV. Co-Ownership is committed to diversity and equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
All new board members will be offered induction and supporting material.
How to Apply
The information pack is available to download on the right.
Application is made by submission of your CV to Con Collins at Engage. To do this, or for an informal discussion about the opportunity, please contact Con t: 028 9024 5356
Voluntary with expenses
Engage Board Recruitment Information Pack Co-ownership Public Policy Board Member