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Locations UK-GLASGOW
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 week ago(17/01/2022 17:30)
With a history dating back to 1903, Ferguson Marine, located in Port Glasgow, is the last remaining commercial shipbuilder on the lower Clyde, and is currently the only builder of merchant ships on the river. Ferguson Marine has a proud shipbuilding heritage.  Recent achievements include the building of three of the world's first roll-on/roll-off Hybrid powered car ferries: MV Catriona, MV Hallaig and MV Lochinvar.   Ferguson Marine has been through significant change in recent years, culminating in the previous business entering Administration in August 2019. The shipyard was taken into public ownership by the Scottish Government in December 2019 and now trades as Ferguson Marine (Port Glasgow) Limited.   Currently, Ferguson Marine is focused on building MV Glen Sannox, which is Ferguson's largest product ever built, and its sister ship currently known as Hull 802. There has been significant investment in the facilities developing a modern and capable shipyard.   The Board of Ferguson Marine comprises of a non-executive Chair, five non-executive directors and two executive directors, and provides overall strategic direction to the organisation to align with Scottish Ministers’ priorities and ensure the organisation can maintain itself as a sustainable and commercial entity. 
ID
2022-1634
# of Appointments
1
Locations UK-GLASGOW
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 week ago(17/01/2022 17:25)
With a history dating back to 1903, Ferguson Marine, located in Port Glasgow, is the last remaining commercial shipbuilder on the lower Clyde, and is currently the only builder of merchant ships on the river. Ferguson Marine has a proud shipbuilding heritage.  Recent achievements include the building of three of the world's first roll-on/roll-off Hybrid powered car ferries: MV Catriona, MV Hallaig and MV Lochinvar.   Ferguson Marine has been through significant change in recent years, culminating in the previous business entering Administration in August 2019. The shipyard was taken into public ownership by the Scottish Government in December 2019 and now trades as Ferguson Marine (Port Glasgow) Limited.   Currently, Ferguson Marine is focused on building MV Glen Sannox, which is Ferguson's largest product ever built, and its sister ship currently known as Hull 802. There has been significant investment in the facilities developing a modern and capable shipyard.   The Board of Ferguson Marine comprises of a non-executive Chair, five non-executive directors and two executive directors, and provides overall strategic direction to the organisation to align with Scottish Ministers’ priorities and ensure the organisation can maintain itself as a sustainable and commercial entity. 
ID
2022-1633
# of Appointments
1
Locations UK-GLASGOW
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 week ago(17/01/2022 17:20)
With a history dating back to 1903, Ferguson Marine, located in Port Glasgow, is the last remaining commercial shipbuilder on the lower Clyde, and is currently the only builder of merchant ships on the river. Ferguson Marine has a proud shipbuilding heritage.  Recent achievements include the building of three of the world's first roll-on/roll-off Hybrid powered car ferries: MV Catriona, MV Hallaig and MV Lochinvar.   Ferguson Marine has been through significant change in recent years, culminating in the previous business entering Administration in August 2019. The shipyard was taken into public ownership by the Scottish Government in December 2019 and now trades as Ferguson Marine (Port Glasgow) Limited.   Currently, Ferguson Marine is focused on building MV Glen Sannox, which is Ferguson's largest product ever built, and its sister ship currently known as Hull 802. There has been significant investment in the facilities developing a modern and capable shipyard.   The Board of Ferguson Marine comprises of a non-executive Chair, five non-executive directors and two executive directors, and provides overall strategic direction to the organisation to align with Scottish Ministers’ priorities and ensure the organisation can maintain itself as a sustainable and commercial entity. 
ID
2022-1632
# of Appointments
1
Locations UK-Scottish Borders-Galashiels
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 week ago(19/01/2022 15:51)
Will you help us to deliver our vision to provide excellent customer service, combining skills and technology to maximise efficiency and deliver best value to taxpayers in Scotland?   The Scottish Public Pensions Agency is recruiting a Non-Executive Member of the Management Advisory Board who will also be a member of the Audit and Risk Committee.
ID
2022-1539
# of Appointments
1
Locations UK-Dundee
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(24/12/2021 10:45)
  Would you like to make a difference and contribute to the work of the Care Inspectorate?  If so, these are roles which may interest you.  Scottish Ministers are looking to make three new appointments to the Board of the Care Inspectorate.   Every person in Scotland has the right to high-quality, safe and compassionate social care services that make a real and positive difference to their lives.  The Care Inspectorate is here to help make sure that happens. We promote rights, independence and choice, alongside safety and protection, for people experiencing care. We are a scrutiny body that supports and drives improvement. We provide public assurance and where we find care is not good enough, we will act.   This is an exciting period of great change in Scottish social care following the publication of the Independent Review of Adult Care in Scotland (www.gov.scot).  The Care Inspectorate will have a central role in shaping the future of social care in Scotland.    Remuneration:  Members receive £183.33 per day. Travel and subsistence allowances are also payable, however, the appointments are not pensionable.    Time commitment: The time commitment is up to two days per month.   Appointment details:  The appointment will be for up to 4 years at the end of which Scottish Ministers may consider reappointing you for a further term.  A non-executive member’s total period of appointment will not exceed eight years.   Location:  There are four formal Board Meetings per year, usually held at our offices in Dundee.  Most meetings are currently held online and we expect there to be a blend of virtual and in-person meetings in the future.   Interviews: Interviews will be held on Friday 4, Wednesday 9 & Tuesday 15 March.  Full details on how these will be conducted are in the Applicant Information Pack.   Further information: If you would like to find out more about the role, you are welcome to contact Peter Macleod, Chief Executive, either by email at peter.macleod@careinspectorate.gov.scot or on 01382 207122. 
ID
2021-1487
# of Appointments
3
Remuneration
GBP £4,399.92/Per Annum
Time Commitment
2 days per month
Public Body
Care Inspectorate